Paraguay: law enforcement interventions contribute to $200 million in losses for traffickers

Posted on April 8, 2013 • Filed under: Crime, Drug Activity, Paraguay, Police/Military Activity

The National Anti-Drug Secretariat ensures June 2012 to March this year, has caused a loss of over $ 200 million for drug traffickers. During that time, the 261 ran Senad interventions throughout the country, with actions to eradicate marijuana crops and constant attacks to micro. In nine months in office have made ​​record seizures, as in the case of 3,270 kilos of cocaine and the elimination of 1935 hectares of marijuana, preventing the release of at least 5805 tons of the drug,” the agency reported Read Article

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