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1.1 Tonnes Of Cocaine Seized 100 Km South Of Martinique

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French authorities have announced the recent seizure of 1.1 tonnes of cocaine approximately 100 kilometers South of Martinique after interdicting a Venezuelan vessel.

According to a Facebook post by Force Armée Aux Antilles, a Barbados-based Regional Security (RSS) aircraft spotted the Venezuelan-flagged sailboat.

After that, the French Navy vessel Dumont d’Urville crew boarded the sailboat and seized 40 bales of cocaine weighing 1,165 kg.

By the international regulations in the fight against drug trafficking, the French law enforcers handed over the sailboat crew and their illicit cargo to the Venezuelan authorities at sea.

The Force Armée Aux Antilles release disclosed that Venezuelan authorities would destroy the drugs in Venezuela in the presence of a French representative while the suspects would go on trial.

The release praised the ‘excellent cooperation’ with the Barbados-based RSS.

Since the start of 2024, over fifteen tonnes of narcotics have been removed from distribution networks.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. There is a market for the white Americans and Europeans as they are all a bunch of crack heads who like the cocaine high so I do not see the fuss with America and France in our waters preventing people from making their money from white people as they are all a bunch of coke heads

  2. No, not all white Americans and Europeans are crack heads and actually applaud the efforts of law enforcement to stop the constant import of hard drugs and all the misery they bring with them, including addiction, violence, and corruption.
    Go visit some places and open your mind to change, and hopefully you’ll stop generalising and just like I’ve realised long ago that not all black people are drug dealers!

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