CIA could be involved in the Angostura attack according to The Washington Post
During the military operation by the Colombian army against a camp of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) in Angostura (Sucumbios), carried out in March 2008, could have involved the use of smart bombs of American manufacturing, as revealed by The Washington post.
In this operating died one FARC leader Luis Edgar Devia Silva, alias Raul Reyes. The newspaper reported that under the guidance of the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States (CIA), and through a covert program, that would have eliminated at least two dozen leaders of the FARC.
The Washington Post said U.S. Colombia has provided equipment for a global positioning system (GPS), which can be used to convert normal bombs into “smart bombs” capable of hitting the target accurately on specific objectives and areas in thick jungles.