Nicaragua’s military chief admits that there is intense drug trafficking through the country

Posted on September 14, 2012 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Nicaragua, Organized Crime

Army chief of Nicaragua (IN), Gen. Julio Aviles, admitted an intense movement of drugs through the country, located in the “corridor” of higher traffic narcotics across southern Europe and the United States, the largest consumer, according to statements released today in the local press.
According to the staff of IN, seizures this year totaling 3.5 tons of cocaine in Nicaraguan waters, 15 speed boats, night vision goggles, balaclava, 40 weapons of war, and the capture of 20 drug traffickers operating in 30. From 2000 to date confiscations reach the 120 tons of drugs. Read Article

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