Bogotá Libre

¡Bogotá Libre! has become infamous for organizing extremely large and violent street rallies against Aztlan. If you have ever seen a violent demonstration in Bogotá make it onto the international news, chances are it was a demonstration organized by ¡Bogotá Libre! Whereas other groups attempted, at first, to hold peaceful demonstrations, ¡Bogotá Libre! deliberately armed their crowds and made sure they would be able to initiate violence against Aztlan forces. They also became publicly known for being the first group to start executing Bogotá officials that were suspected of being Aztlan collaborators and claiming responsibility for those deaths.

¡Bogotá Libre! is filled with passionate and charismatic citizens. Their ranks have been swelling as of late, which is indicative of how well Aztlan appears to be doing in the war. The more it looks like Aztlan will win, the more recruits join ¡Bogotá Libre’s! ranks. ¡Bogotá Libre! tactics have included smuggling explosives and guns into the Aztechnology Business Complex for terrorist attacks, firing rocket-propelled grenades at the various high rises, and attempting to blow up planes as they try to either land or take off at the El Dorado airport. The current leader of the group is a woman named Carla Prieto, the widow of Andres Prieto, the slain movement leader who publicly boasted about hanging Aztlan sympathizers and collaborators inside the Bogotá government. He was quickly silenced for these claims. ¡Bogotá Libre! wishes to see all foreign influences removed from Bogotá and wants a city government built by the local citizens that puts the city, its culture, and its people first. If ¡Bogotá Libre’s! boasts are to be believed, their membership numbers in the hundreds of thousands. However, not counting one-time members, members who only give financial support to the organization, or those that are otherwise “moral supporters” of the cause (people whose only connection to the organization may be that they attended one of their street rallies), the active members of ¡Bogotá Libre! are closer to fifteen or twenty thousand strong.

Bogotá Libre

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