Cartels begin to use Belize for new routes to smuggle drugs from South America

Posted on January 11, 2013 • Filed under: Belize, Crime, Drug Activity

Looking to find new routes to smuggle drugs from South America
Mexico City, ports, airstrips mangroves and nestled in the jungle of Belize small, are becoming the main entrance doors of the Mexican drug cartels in an attempt to find new routes for drug trafficking from South America. With the help of ultra light aircraft and fast boats, traffickers increasingly moving cocaine from South America to Mexico through Belize, according to U.S. drug agents and the Central American country. Read Article

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