posted on Jan, 13 2005 @ 01:46 PM
Colombian officials want 17,000 fighters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) caught so they have devised an unusual plan to capture
them. They (The Colombian government,) have invited the world's bounty hunters to search its mountains and jungles and then bring back rebel chiefs
in return for cash rewards. Rewards may be as high as $2 million on the heads of some outlaws
Colombia on Wednesday invited the world's bounty hunters to scour its jungles and mountains and drag back rebel chiefs in return for cash rewards.
"It would be great if all the bounty hunters in the world came to capture those bandits. The money's there for them, and the rewards are good,"
Vice President Francisco Santos told reporters.
The Colombian government has put rewards of up to about $2 million on the heads of outlaws like Manuel "Sureshot" Marulanda, veteran Marxist
commander of the 17,000 fighters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
This sounds like a plan to me, however I have one or two problems with it. How will those bounty hunters know the bad chiefs from the good chiefs?
What will happen if they shoot back at you, can you defend yourself?
Just curious, but how many of you would take on a job like this?