Jorge Briceño Suárez

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Jorge Briceño Suárez (“Mono Jojoy”) Position: Second in command of the FARC; commander, Eastern Bloc of the FARC; member, FARC General Secretariat since April 1993. Background: Jorge Briceño Suárez was born in the Duda region of Colombia, in the jurisdiction of Uribe, Meta Department, in 1949. His father was the legendary guerrilla Juan de la Cruz Varela, and his mother was a peasant woman, Romelia Suárez. He grew up and learned to read and write within the FARC. For years, he was at the side of Manuel Marulanda Vélez (“Tirofijo”—Sureshot), who is considered his tutor and teacher. Mono Jojoy is a jovial-looking, heavy-set man who wears a handlebar moustache and who normally wears a simple green camouflage uniform and a black beret. He is another of the new secondgeneration FARC military chiefs who was born in the FARC. Both he and “Eliécer”created the FARC’s highly effective school for “special attack tactics,” which trains units to strike the enemy without suffering major casualties. Mono
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