Ivan Marquez, November 1, 2017 (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)
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The former chief peace negotiator for Colombia's FARC rebel movement has decided to relocate to a rural camp for ex-guerrillas amid speculation he could soon be arrested as part of a U.S. drug investigation.The rebel leader known as Ivan Marquez alerted the Colombian government of his plans in a letter Thursday. The arrest made Santrich the first high-ranking leader in the peace process to be charged with criminal activity, unsettling rank and file rebels already concerned about the slow pace of implementation of the historic accord.Marquez has suggested he could be captured next and has accused the U.S. and Colombia of orchestrating the arrests to sabotage the peace process.
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