Úsuga evaded capture for years by moving between safe locations in the far away jungle vicinity. Gen. Jorge Luis Vargas, director of Colombia’s national police, said Saturday that Úsuga slept in rough conditions, hardly ever spending time in homes, and dined on his favorite jungle animals. Years of intelligence work, with assistance from the United States and United Kingdom, ultimately led Colombian special forces soldiers to his jungle hideout, Vargas said. He moved around with eight rings of bodyguards.
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