Colombian Government Apologizes for Police Killing as Protests Spread

BOGOTÁ, Colombia—A governing administration minister overseeing the law enforcement apologized for the demise of Bogotá gentleman in law enforcement custody and explained two officers have been fired, as authorities called for relaxed subsequent two evenings of protests and rioting that still left at minimum thirteen people dead.

“The Countrywide Law enforcement check with for forgiveness for any violation of the regulation or disregard of the norms from any of the members of this establishment,” Protection Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo explained Friday.