List of people called by the Colombian Supreme court in the parapolitics scandal

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List of people called by the Colombian Supreme Court in the Colombian parapolitics scandal. Going to court doesn't mean being indicted.

  1. Mario Uribe, Álvaro Uribe's cousin, political ally and former senator
  2. Horacio Serpa, former presidential candidate[1]
  3. Luis Ernesto Mejía, former minister
  4. Álvaro Araújo Noguera
  5. Luis Humberto Gomez Gallo, former President of Congress
  6. Sergio Araújo Castro
  7. Coronel Hernán Mejía
  8. Lucas Gnecco Cerchar, former governor of Cesar Department
  9. Juan Carlos Vives
  10. Bernardo Hoyos, former mayor of Barranquilla
  11. Eleonora Pineda
  12. Salomón Saade, ex congresista
  13. Javier Castro Alfaro
  14. Álvaro Castro Socarrás
  15. Andrés Camilo Castro
  16. Rodith Trespalacios
  17. Édgar Arce
  18. John Medina Rojas
  19. Cesar Giraldo
  20. José Luis Laborde Gómez
  21. Coronel Orlando Páez Barón
  22. Luis Alberto Monsalvo
  23. José Gnecco Cerchar former Senator of Colombia
  24. Lilio de Gnecco
  25. Álvaro Morón
  26. Israel Obregón
  27. José Elías Cruz Romero
  28. Gerardo Jaime
  29. Santander Mejía Araújo
  30. Ricardo Chajin
  31. Luis Enrique Mora Zequeria
  32. Óscar Pavón
  33. Libardo García
  34. Jorge Vega
  35. Hernán Baute Arrázola
  36. Rafael Díaz Pérez
  37. Luis Fernando Barrios
  38. Martha Stumo
  39. Dino Gravini Donado
  40. Leonardo Melo
  41. Andrés Mesa
  42. José Morillo
  43. José María Sierra
  44. Carlos Tomás Severino
  45. José Domingo Dávila
  46. Martha Romero Villa
  47. Fernando Piscioti
  48. José David González
  49. Tico Velaides
  50. Lucho Bruges
  51. Aníbal Martínez
  52. Jaime Martínez
  53. Simón Villamizar
  54. Edilberto López Campo
  55. Rafael Díaz
  56. Isa Eljaude
  57. Roberto Martínez
  58. Handy Stumo
  59. Enrique Osorio de la Rosa
  60. Augusto Castro Pacheco
  61. Libardo Duarte
  62. Guillermo Sánchez Quintero
  63. José María Barrera
  64. Rafael Bolaños former Governor of Cesar Department
  65. Víctor Ochoa
  66. Juana Ramírez

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