Bogotá, October 2 (teleSUR-RHC) -- Colombian Attorney General Eduardo Montalegre reported early Wednesday that four members of the Armed Forces would be arrested for allegedly spying on the peace process between the government and the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC).
According to Montalegre, military men of medium rank illegally recorded the government delegates as well as journalists covering the event taking place in Havana, reported Radio Caracol in Bogotá.
The Colombian attorney general added that the computers used by Humberto De la Calle, head of negotiations, will also be investigated in order to determine the origin of the recordings, as De la Calle had been complaining about his e-mails and cellphone being hacked.
These suspicions follow statements by Andres Fernando Sepulveda, the hacker who admitted spying on the peace process for former presidential candidate Oscar Ivan Zuluaga and Alvaro Uribe during the presidential electoral campaign earlier this year.
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