Bolivian Narcotraffickers using clandestine airfields in Peru to transport to Brazil, Europe

Posted on September 23, 2013 • Filed under: Bolivia, Crime, Latin America Aviation, Peru reported that these clandestine airfields are used by Bolivian drug traffickers to transport loads up to there and from there distributed to Brazil and Europe. According to police reports, in the area of Vraem , Ene river basin, where yesterday there was the capture of five suspected drug traffickers , have a dozen clandestine airstrips. They are called uncontrolled airfields (CANC), are built by drug traffickers and coca for the planes to embark and transport the drug. PNP Colonel Jesus Joy Rojas, head of the Special Operations Division of Drug The Mazamari Sinchis ( Satipo ) reported that across the central forest, including areas outside the Vraem, there are about 46 clandestine airstrips. Read Article

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