to connectVideoRaw video: Coast Guard sailors to jump into the moving of a drug smuggling submarine, officials say
Dramatic raw video showing the crew of a Coast Guard cutter will be jumping up and commandeering a submarine allegedly used to transport drugs in the Eastern Pacific ocean.
The coast guard on Thursday released a video of the service, members are jumping on the back of a moving drug trafficking vessel of 17,000 pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $232 million, according to the branch officer.
The video is from the 18th of June, showed members of the crew of the Cutter Munro to jump on the self-propelled semi-submersible vessel, which is suspected of carrying drugs, as the ship moved next to the knife, and in the eastern Pacific ocean. As a member of the crew, you may be considering busting open the trap door to find a strange man inside.
The coast guard released dramatic video Thursday of a department of members to jump on the back of a moving business ship with about 17,000 pounds of cocaine.
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The five suspected drug smugglers were found in the ship, Chief Petty Officer John Masson, the U. s. Coast Guard, told Fox News on Thursday.
The 17,000-kilogram of cocaine had an estimated street value of $232 million, according to a spokesman for the military wing.
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He said the self-propelled semi-submersible vessels, which are sometimes used by traffickers to smuggle drugs into the open sea. Arman confirmed that the ships are designed to have a large amount of drugs, and can be used in order to try and avoid detection.
“It’s going to be quite fast, and it is a fast-paced evolution of the sea is inherently dangerous,” Arman told Fox News, referring to the video. “We’re reducing those risks, as well as we can, but it shows that the efforts of the team in the keeping of these illicit drugs off our streets.”
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The video, which is part of a monthslong drug trafficking, in which 39,000 kg of cocaine, and 933 pounds of marijuana was seized in the international waters of the Eastern Pacific ocean, according to a news release.
The release said the drugs represent 14 of the individual suspected of a drug smuggling vessel is prohibited, and the disturbance off the coast of Mexico, Central america, and South America, three Coast Guard cutters, from May to July, 2019.”
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Arman, told Fox News that the activities will lead to the prosecution of the 55 suspected drug smugglers. He added that, while some of the alleged smugglers will be handed over to the federal government, while others will have to be brought back to their home countries, where they will meet with international regulatory authorities.
The Vice-President of the Pennies was made in San Diego, california, Thursday, Coast Guard members, discharged from the of the drugs that are seized. He tweeted about the “brave service” to the coast guard, to help, to save lives.
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Arman, told Fox News that the operation was a part of the Country’s first ever drug map since it was handed over in April 2017.