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American, Colombian Executed Near Plane Wreckage

Three other Americans missing from U.S. government aircrraft. The executed bodies of two people who had been aboard a U.S. government plane that crashed in southern Colombia have been found a mile from the incinerated craft, U.S. officials said Friday. The dead men were identified as Janis Thomas, an American who was shot once in the neck, and Sgt. Luis Alcides Cruz, a member of the Colombian army who was shot once in the chest, said a spokesman for Colombia’s attorney general. They had been with three other Americans aboard a Cessna 208 that suffered mechanical problems and crashed Thursday morning deep in territory controlled by leftist rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). The five appear to have survived the crash, in which the plane incinerated, but the two were later killed, the U.S. officials said. A separate report from the Colombian attorney general said the bodies bore signs of gunshot wounds. Full Story

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