There was that story about the lollipops , the , and the from a New Mexico fast food chain. There is no middle ground. Hundreds of kilograms of cocaine has been found concealed within pineapple shipped from South America. But cops in Spain discovered nearly a ton of the drug in these pineapples. The shocking statistic comes after another shipment of cocaine-filled pineapples was intercepted by police, this time en route from Costa Rica to Ireland. His websites are engaging, provocative, informative and sometimes off the wall, where you either like or you leave it. It culminated in the seizure of 745kg 1,642 pounds of cocaine, much of it allegedly concealed inside pineapples.
Spain's close ties to its former colonies in Latin America have made it a key entry point for cocaine smuggled across the Atlantic to Europe. Customs and Border Protection officers at the Port of Wilmington, Del. His websites are engaging, provocative, informative and sometimes off the wall, where you either like or you leave it. The Iberian police forces announced the big drug bust on Wednesday after arresting nine members of a gang that allegedly transported the drug from South America. According to a police spokesperson, the organization has been smuggling drugs into Spain since the 1970s, and started by sneaking hashish from Morocco then expanded into bringing cocaine from Latin America. The container also landed in Algeciras and was then tracked to a warehouse near Madrid.
According to police, the gang had set up real estate and financial infrastructure with a large presence in several West African countries. Keep out of reach of children and techno chin-strokers. Nine gang members were charged in connection with transporting the illegal drug from South America. Spain's close ties with Central America have made the European country a target for cocaine imports and criminals have become more creative in getting the drugs there. This is not the first time law enforcement in Spain have seized cocaine shipments found hidden inside fresh pineapples. A joint operation between Spanish and Portuguese police resulted in the seizure of 745kg of the drug. The Spanish police said the Thursday operation dismantled a family organization allegedly involved in drug trafficking in the southeastern Costa del Sol region that used real estate and financial infrastructure to forge an appearance of legality and avoid police and customs checks.
Hundreds of kilograms of cocaine has been found concealed within pineapple shipped from South America. Authorities told The Telegraph that cocaine has been found inside breast implants, wigs, a plaster cast encasing a man's broken leg and a 42-piece crockery set. Spain's National Police discovered nearly 150 pounds of cocaine packed inside hollowed out pineapples in Madrid. Pineapples are a symbol of warmth and hospitality, so it's hard to imagine that cocaine was smuggled in this delicious fruit. They also claimed the crime gang used highly sophisticated security measures to shield their movements, including the use of state-of-the-art electronic devices, coded messages and constantly changing vehicles to avoid detection. Authorities arrested seven people on suspicion of participating in the drug trade on August 26.
The news agency said Colombian-born Spanish nationals ran both businesses. A new level of drug-smuggling creativity was reached this week when hundreds of grams of were found hidden inside pineapple skins. They said a joint operation that unfolded over several months led to the arrests and broke up an international smuggling ring led by Colombians. Among the arrested is a 72-year-old man, the leader of the family group, who allegedly used one of his businesses to transport cocaine from Latin America — on this occasion from Costa Rica. On Sunday, police arrested three people in Madrid and four people in Barcelona after the 67 kilograms 148 pounds of cocaine were discovered. Again the cocaine was in vacuum-sealed packages concealed inside the bottom flaps of cardboard boxes.
The Iberian Peninsula is a major entry point for cocaine and other drugs to Europe, either directly from Latin America or via North and West Africa. How the drugs were concealed and police smashing into the contents inset. There was that story about the lollipops , the , and the from a New Mexico fast food chain. Just watch agents break apart the pineapples to get to it. We might have made that last one up. .
Memorising Wunderground may cause cancer. A new level of drug-smuggling creativity was reached this week when hundreds of grams of were found hidden inside pineapple skins. Keep out of reach of children and techno chin-strokers. The same goes for him, like him or leave him. In January, police in Portugal and Spain joined forces and discovered hundreds of kilograms of cocaine. Above, the 745kg of cocaine seized The seizure, from shipping containers, was part of an ongoing investigation across both countries that started April 2017, police said on Wednesday. The gang had two labs in Pinto and Nuevo Baztan near Madrid, the New York Daily News reported.
Kurt Clarke, deputy commander, Coast Guard Sector Delaware Bay in Philadelphia, said in the release. Officers nabbed the illegal shipment as it was being unloaded at MercaMadrid. Something needs to be done about this straight away. It culminated in the seizure of 745kg 1,642 pounds of cocaine, much of it allegedly concealed inside pineapples. They say that led to an import company shipping fruit from Panama to Portugal and to a search of ships at the port of Lisbon.
No compromises, only a passion for presenting reality as he sees it! The container also landed in Algeciras and was then tracked to a warehouse near Madrid. Police in Malaga, Spain reported making 11 arrests and the confiscation of a ton of cocaine hidden inside pineapples shipped from Costa Rica. We might have made that last one up. The cocaine was coated in the same pineapple-yellow wax that the latest shipment was found with and was hidden inside hollowed-out pineapples. The police detained three people as part of their investigation and have not ruled out more arrests. Wunderground is a fictionalised, satirical publication.