February 5, 2012 by staff
Manuel Noriega, The 77-year-old Noriega, who is incarcerated for crimes committed while in office, was taken from his prison cell to the Hospital Santo Tomas, police said, without elaborating on his condition.
The ex-military ruler, who has suffered several strokes in the past, spent 22 years behind bars in the United States and France on drug trafficking and money laundering charges before being extradited to Panama on December 11.
A military dictator from 1983 to 1989, Noriega faces three separate sentences after being convicted in absentia for crimes committed in Panama, including the murder of critics.
He also faces a series of other complaints for human rights abuses.
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