Ingrid Betancourt wants to free Colombia from an “Abduction of Corruption”

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Two decades ago Colombian presidential candidate, Ingrid Betancourt, was abducted by FARC guerillas. She was held captive for six years in the rainforest until she was rescued. She moved to France and stayed far away from politics. But now she’s back and running for the highest political position in the country.

Michelle Begue reports.