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Former Homeland Security Investigations Agent Christopher Ciccione admitted he took $20,000 in cash, a $12,000 Rolex watch and the services of Colombian prostitutes in exchange for dropping charges against a Cali cartel drug lord.
When a federal agent by the name of Christopher Ciccione decided to sell out to a powerful Cali cartel drug lord, the price of his integrity was surprisingly cheap.
For $20,000 in cash bribes, a sex party with Colombian prostitutes at a Marriott hotel in Bogota, a Rolex watch, cocktails and an expensive dinner, the former Homeland Security Investigations agent altered criminal records and told bold-faced lies to his colleagues, bosses and federal prosecutors.
The former South Florida-based agent’s corruption paid off hugely for his cartel buddy. He succeeded in getting federal drug-trafficking charges dropped against Jose Bayron Piedrahita Ceballos in one of the biggest cocaine-smuggling cases in U.S. history.
The drug lord, Piedrahita, will likely never face justice on the dismissed charges in the U.S., prosecutors said. But he was recently arrested in Colombia and may be extradited to face conspiracy, corruption, bribery and fraud charges linked to the agent’s prosecution.
Ciccione, 53, formerly of Sunrise, also admitted he outed informants, who were secretly working with U.S. law enforcement, putting their lives and their families’ lives in jeopardy.
For his crimes, Ciccione will spend three years in prison. He has to surrender by April 13.
In a brief interview on Friday, Ciccione was at a loss to explain why he gave in to temptation. He was making a salary of about $125,000 a year at the time and owned a home in the Savannah neighborhood in Sunrise.
“I don’t know what to say. I wish I had something meaningful I could offer but I really don’t,” he told the South Florida Sun Sentinel. “All I can say is I’m really sorry.”
His defense says that Ciccione, the father of six children between the ages of 4 and 28, was going through a difficult patch in his marriage and was drinking heavily.
The lies he told to his fellow agents caused several of them to be investigated because authorities wondered if they were in on the crime. One was a brand new agent who trusted and considered Ciccione a mentor. Ciccione repaid the respect by using the young agent as an unwitting “foil” to cover his own tracks.
Authorities say a Department of Homeland Security agent took bribes to help a Colombian cocaine trafficker avoid charges.
A Department of Justice news release says Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Christopher Ciccione was indicted by a federal grand jury in Florida on Monday on charges.
Authorities say a Department of Homeland Security agent took bribes to help a Colombian cocaine trafficker avoid charges.
A Department of Justice news release says Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent Christopher Ciccione was indicted by a federal grand jury in Florida on Monday on charges.
(The Associated Press)
Ciccione even tried to get permission for Piedrahita and his wife to legally enter the U.S. and live in Miami for up to a year. He lied and claimed they would qualify under a special legal program that allows non-citizens to enter the U.S. quickly to take part in legal proceedings where there is a supposed “significant public benefit” to the government.
The address the agent listed on the paperwork where Piedrahita and his wife would supposedly reside was Miami’s Mandarin Oriental hotel.
Piedrahita, 59, is a former Colombian army lieutenant who started his criminal career working for Pablo Escobar’s Medellin cartel. Piedrahita – whose nicknames include the Spanish words for “chubby cheeks” and “mountaineer” – went on to be a top boss with the Cali cartel. The feds later categorized him as a drug trafficker under the “narcotics kingpin” laws and he was in charge of the cocaine-producing labs that “produced and exported poison from Colombia to the U.S.,” prosecutors said.
Left vulnerable by his marital troubles and his drinking, Ciccione got too close to an informant in 2009, according to his defense attorney Marc Seitles.
He was supposed to be his handler. Instead, Seitles said, he became his friend.
The informant was Juan Carlos Velasco Cano, 48, a Colombian citizen and close associate of Piedrahita with old ties to the Cali cartel.
Velasco soon became the go-between for Ciccione and Piedrahita. He set up the bribes and recently pleaded guilty to the same conspiracy charge as Ciccione. Velasco is serving two years and three months in federal prison.
The Colombian criminals who honed in on the agent as being open to corruption were “extraordinarily shrewd and manipulative,” the defense said.
“He took the bait,” Seitles said.
Cocaine is making a comeback in South Florida.
Colombian cocaine production is at a record high, and traffickers are bringing the drug into the southern half of the Sunshine State more now than in the last decade, Drug Enforcement Administration officials say.
While Americans turned their attention.
Cocaine is making a comeback in South Florida.
Colombian cocaine production is at a record high, and traffickers are bringing the drug into the southern half of the Sunshine State more now than in the last decade, Drug Enforcement Administration officials say.

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