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The custom-built submarines Narcos use to secretly ship tons of cocaine into America.
MEXICAN and South American cartels are using custom-built submarines to secretly ship tons of narcotics into the US.
The first incognito vessel was detected in 1993. It was built from wood and fiberglass, but could not fully submerge and only travelled at 10 miles per hour.
With billions of dollars in annual revenue at stake, Colombian gangs have since devised specialist machines to smuggle cocaine, heroin, cannabis and methamphetamine to American buyers.
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COAST GUARD BUST: U.S. Coast Guard offloads more than 50,000 lbs of cocaine and heroin in San Diego. It’s worth more than $679 million and was seized in 25 drug raids off the coast of Central and South America
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WARNING (DISTURBING) CONTENT: U.S. Coast Guard intercepted a submersible that was bringing a huge quantity of cocaine to the U.S. Midland. More than 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin valued at more than a half-a-billion dollars has been confiscated since August. This year a record $6 billion dollars in drugs have been intercepted with almost 600 suspected traffickers arrested. Most of the cocaine that arrives in the U.S. comes from California. Drug smugglers are coming up with ever more create ways to avoid détection. More than three tons of cocaine has been found on board a semi-submersible travelling towards the United States off the coast of California.
The drugs, which have a street value of several million dollars, were found as a result of a joint Coast Guard, CBP and Drug Enforcement Administration investigation. In this case, four people were captured who were travelling on board a so-called ‘narco sub’ that was allegedly bound for the U.S. ABC News reported how teams of heavily armed members of the Coast Guard rapidly surrounded the sub forcing the suspects to raise their hands in the air and to be taken into custody. On this occasion, the vessel was virtually invisible to the naked eye, with most of the boat beneath the surface. More than 455,034 pounds of cocaine, worth over $6.1 billion which has been intercepted by the Coast Guard in Fiscal Year 2017, surpassing 2016’s record of 443,000 pounds. It is just one of many ways drug traffickers are coming up with ever more elaborate schemes in order to smuggle drugs into the United States, including the use of submarines to get narcotics across the border. The problem is only getting worse with 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin valued at more than a half-a-billion dollars confiscated since August. Most of the cocaine consumed in the United States originates in Colombia. Good job! Suscribe thanks
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Senior officials announce record drug removals by U.S. forces operating in the Eastern Pacific Ocean during a drug offload aboard Coast Guard Cutter Stratton in San Diego, Sept. 20, 2017. The Coast Guard and its interagency partners seized more than 455,000 pounds of cocaine worth $6 billion in Fiscal Year 2017 and delivered more than 600 suspected smugglers to the Department of Justice for prosecution in the (U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 1st Class Rob Simpson/released)
The U.S. Coast Guard seized and offloaded more than 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin in San Diego worth more than $679 million
September 20, 2017. San Diego, California, USA.
Adm. Paul Zukunft speaks to press aboard the Coast Guard Cutter Stratton during the offload of 50, 550 pounds of cocaine and heroin worth more than $679 million from the Stratton in San Diego on Sept. 20,th. Attorney General Jeff Sessions also visited the crew and congratulated them for their successful seizure of cocaine and heroin.
The Coast Guard and its inter-agency partners seized over 455,000 pounds of cocaine worth more than $6 billion wholesale in Fiscal Year 2017, breaking the U.S. record for most cocaine seized in a single year. Includes video taken by Coast Guardsmen in high speed chase, arresting and confiscation of bales of narcotics taken from smugglers in both large and small vessels at sea.
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The U.S. coast guard has incredibly seized more than 50,000 pounds of cocaine and heroin, worth an estimated $679.3 million in San Diego, California. The record-breaking offload was combined from 25 separate seizures by four coast guard cutters and a navy ship since the beginning of August.