Peru: polic working in counter narcotics, under investigation at Lima international airport, for trafficking

Ten police officers in Peru drug (Dirandro) working in Lima International Airport were denounced by the prosecution for allegedly being involved in sending cocaine caches Mexican cops working for the Sinaloa cartel, reported the daily The Republic.

According to the newspaper, on June 25, 2012 there was a shootout between police at the international airport of Mexico, in which three drug agents who had discovered a package of cocaine on a flight from Lima were killed by five other policemen.

“The murderers were part of a mob of police in the pay of the Sinaloa cartel who worked at the airport in the Federal Capital and let in Mexican drug came from Peru. They knew what came flying cocaine because the criminal organization was also made by Peruvian anti-drug policemen assigned to the international pier “Lima Airport, the newspaper said. Read Article

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