Around a dozen, vehicles were burned, and businesses and schools were closed as fear gripped ordinary Colombians in various parts of the country as they came across threatening pamphlets warning of an armed strike by the Gulf Clan in retaliation for Otoniel's extradition.
Despite several convictions in his native Colombia, Dairo Antonio Usuga, leader of the Gulf Clan drug-trafficking gang better known as “Otoniel” has been extradited to the United States on Wednesday to face various charges in both New York and Florida.
Colombian prosecutors have seized assets worth around US $ 37.2 believed to have been acquired by Gulf Clan leader Dairo Antonio Úsuga, a.k.a. “Otoniel,” with money from illegal deeds.
Colombian authorities have arrested Dairo Antonio Úsuga David in a military operation on the El Yoki hill, located in the San Pablo de Necoclí village (Antioquia), it was reported during the weekend.