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(CNN) — La hermana del presunto narcotraficante colombiano Dairo Úsuga, también conocido por el alias “Otoniel”, fue extraditada a Estados Unidos para enfrentar cargos de narcotráfico, anunció el viernes la Policía Nacional de Colombia.

Nini Johana Úsuga David, de 40 años, está acusada de lavado de dinero para el Clan del Golfo y de coordinar envíos de drogas al extranjero a través de intermediarios del Clan del Golfo, según documentos de la policía colombiana vistos por CNN.

Dairo Úsuga “Otoniel” se declara inocente de los cargos de narcotráfico

Úsuga fue extraditado a EE.UU. en mayo para enfrentar varios cargos, entre ellos liderar una empresa criminal y participar en una conspiración internacional de fabricación y distribución de cocaína, según el Departamento de Justicia. “Otoniel” Se declaró inocente de todos los cargos en un tribunal federal de la ciudad de Nueva York y también rechazó todos los cargos mientras estaba bajo arresto en Colombia.

Nini Úsuga David fue notificada de su extradición en marzo, a través de una resolución emitida por la Fiscalía General de los Estados Unidos, según informó la Policía Nacional de Colombia.

CNN contactó al abogado de Nini Úsuga David, quien se negó a comentar sobre el caso judicial.

Fernando Ramos y Abel Alvarado de CNN colaboraron a este reporte.

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Salman Rushdie Stabbed: Video Photos

Getty/Twitter Salman Rushdie stabbing scene

The “Satanic Verses” author Salman Rushdie was stabbed at a literary event in New York State on August 12, 20222, and the aftermath was captured on video.

Videos and photos showed the celebrated author lying on the ground as people gave him medical assistance. One video captured a man saying, “Oh my God” over and over again as the attack unfolded.

Watch: Sir Salman Rushdie is being attacked in NY #rushdie

— Doron Peskin (@PeskinDoron) August 12, 2022

New York Gov. Kathy Hochul told CNN that Rushdie is “alive” and “getting the care he needs.” A state trooper “stood up and saved his life and protected him as well as the moderator who was attacked as well,” the governor told CNN.

“Here is an individual who has spent decades speaking truth to power,” the governor said to CNN. “Someone who has been out there unafraid, despite the threats that have followed him his entire adult life it seems.”

According to The Guardian, Rushdie was in surgery after the attack.

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Videos Showed People Helping Rushdie & Him Being Rushed to a Helicopter

Author Salman Rushdie was attacked at a speaking event in Chautauqua, N.Y., on Friday by a man who stormed the stage and stabbed the writer in the neck, police said.

— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 12, 2022

One video (see above) showed Rushdie lying on the ground in the auditorium, surrounded by people who were trying to give him aid.

Another video showed Rushdie being taken on a stretcher to a helicopter.

Another video captured emergency responders rushing to Rushdie’s side.

A Man in a Black Shirt Jumped on Stage, Witnesses Say

Salman Rushdie was taken to the hospital by medical helicopter.
Author Salman Rushdie was stabbed after taking stage at a Chautauqua Institute event.

This man has been detained by police.-#NYPD#SalmanRushdie #Newyork

— Chaudhary Parvez (@ChaudharyParvez) August 12, 2022

A witness told CNN that a man in a black shirt appeared to be “punching” Rushdie after he “walking quickly” down an aisle and jumped on stage, and another witness told the cable news network that there were no metal detectives or security searches at the event.

In 1989, according to CNN, Iran’s leader issued a “fatwa,” calling for his death because of the book “The Satanic Verses,” arguing that it blasphemed Islam.

Rushdie Was Stabbed in the Neck, State Police Say

Eyewitness video captures the moment emergency responders rushed to help author Salman Rushdie after he was attacked on stage

— Reuters (@Reuters) August 12, 2022

In a news release, New York State Police revealed they “are investigating an attack on author Salman Rushdie prior to a speaking event at the Chautauqua Institution in Chautauqua, NY.”

On August 12, 2022, at about 11 a.m., “a male suspect ran up onto the stage and attacked Rushdie and an interviewer. Rushdie suffered an apparent stab wound to the neck, and was transported by helicopter to an area hospital. His condition is not yet known,” the news release said.

“The interviewer suffered a minor head injury. A State Trooper assigned to the event immediately took the suspect into custody. The Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office assisted at the scene.”

The suspect’s name has not been released.

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