Colombia's Best Cop

Friday, 15 June 2012

General Oscar Naranjo, former director of Colombia’s National Police, will be an advisor on fighting drug trafficking to Mexican presidential candidate Enrique Peña Nieto if he is elected.

Colombia's Best Cop

Naranjo has had an outstanding career in fighting the drug cartels in Colombia. He has won the high praise of American and Colombian officials and academics. Former American Ambassador Myles Frechette asserts: "It was Naranjo's analysis and many of the strategies he put together that slowly and eventually got Colombia to where it is today."


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