And according to wikipedia (if i'm thinking of the right guy), he got some ridiculously light sentence because the longest sentence in his country (Colombia?) was like 20 years at the time. I may be completely wrong though.
Yeah from what I can gather, he is currently a free man. In 1998, he was released from the psychiatric wing of a Colombian hospital on $50 bail.Oh, and christianity strikes again:"He had been caught by a native tribe, who were preparing to execute him, when an American missionary intervened and persuaded them to hand him over to the state police."Way to go.
What's up with x-tianity?They're either persecuting people who don't deserve it, or freeing people who do. Agnosticism ftw.
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