Jesús Cabrera Jaramillo, Jane Doe and John Doe. v. Carlos Mario Jiménez Naranjo
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||District Court for the Southern District of Florida, United States
||Plaintiffs' Complaint for Extrajudicial Killing; Torture; Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment; War Crimes; and Crimes Against Humanity; Jury Trial Demanded
||14 June 2010
- Jesús Cabrera Jaramillo
- Jane Doe
- John Doe
- Carlos Mario Jiménez Naranjo
- El Agricultor
- Lorenzo González Quinchía
- Javier Montañez
||Crimes against humanity, Torture, War crimes
||crimes against humanity, cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment, extrajudicial killing, torture, war crimes
|Other countries involved
This suit was filed by the Centre of Justice and Accountability on behalf of surviving family members of Eduardo Estrada Gutierrez and Alma Rosa Jaramillo Lafourie, both leaders of the nonprofit organization, Program for Peace and Development in the Middle Magdalena (PDP). Both Alma Rosa Jaramillo and Eduardo Estrada were allegedly killed by members of a paramilitary group in Colombia known as the Bloque Central Bolívar (BCB) controlled by Carlos Mario Jiménez Naranjo, alias Macaco or Javier Montañez.
The suit alleges torture, extrajudicial killing, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
The case is pending.