Uriel Henao

November 2, 2006

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In "A Story of a Mother and Her Two Sons," Uriel Henao sings of Marxist guerillas and right-wing paramilitaries. The song begins: "They say that they're looking for me and that because of what I do, I'm a criminal. But I don't believe those stories, nor in the rumors that people invent. All those who know me say this guy is not the same as before. [Why have you changed so much, brother? What happened to you?] It's that they knew me before I became a narco-trafficker."

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