Coast Guard Offloads 26.5 Tons Of Cocaine Seized At Sea

Coast Guard Offloads 26.5 Tons Of Cocaine Seized At Sea


. BREAKING NEWS, A MASSIVE DRUG CALLED THE COAST GUARD BRINGS IN $750 MILLION WORTH OF COCAINE AMOUNTING TO MORE THAN 26 TONS. THE DRUGS RECEIVED AN — IN INTERNATIONAL WATERS OFF THE PACIFIC OCEAN, WE GO LIVE TO FORT EVERGLADES WITH MORE. Reporter: RIGHT NOW THE 26.5 TONS ARE ON BOARD THIS SHIP, THE UNITED STATES COAST GUARD CUTTER HAMILTON, THE FIRST NATIONAL SECURITY VESSEL ON THE EAST COAST OF FLORIDA FOR THE COAST GUARD, WE WILL SHOW YOU A LOOK AT THE TONS OF COCAINE IN A MOMENT. FIRST, THE COAST GUARD RELEASED SURVEILLANCE VIDEO OF TWO OF THE 22 INTERVENTIONS THAT RESULTED IN THE SEIZURE, THE COCAINE WAS SEIZED BY COAST GUARD AND ROYAL NAVAL SHIPS. LOOK AT ALL OF THE COCAINE ON BOARD THE COAST GUARD CUTTER, THE ADMIRAL FOR THE ATLANTIC AREA SAYS ALL OF THIS COCAINE IS WORTH ABOUT $2 BILLION ON THE STREETS OF THE UNITED STATES. $750 MILLION WHOLESALE BUT $2 BILLION ON THE STREETS AND THE CAPTAIN OF THE SHIP SAYS FOR A NEW VESSEL THIS IS A VERY SATISFYING DAY. COMMISSIONING A NEW SHIP IS A REMARKABLE AMOUNT OF WORK, TO SEE IT COME TO FULL FRUITION AND THEN COME BACK WITH THIS SUCCESS IS JUST VERY VERY GRATIFYING AND ALSO VERY TIRING. THERE IS SO MUCH COCAINE ON BOARD THAT YOU CAN SEE THIS CRANE NEXT TO THE SHIP, THE CRANE IS GOING TO BE USED TO OFFLOAD ALL OF THAT COCAINE, EVENTUALLY IT WILL BE TAKEN TO EACH OF THE INDIVIDUAL AGENCIES THAT ARE PROSECUTING THE CASE IS, WE ARE TOLD THROUGH THE SEIZURES OVER THE LAST FEW MONTHS THEY HAVE ROUNDED UP ABOUT 100 DRUG SMUGGLERS, SOME

4 thoughts on “Coast Guard Offloads 26.5 Tons Of Cocaine Seized At Sea

  • December 19, 2016 at 2:04 am
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    I literally live a quarter mile from the port…crazy

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  • July 29, 2018 at 8:29 pm
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    My white people don't worry more is on it's way, keep calm 😅🙂

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  • October 2, 2018 at 11:38 am
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    Cocaine 100% pura vinda do Brasil + 5545-91316904 📱

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  • March 12, 2019 at 6:10 pm
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    Throw it back in the sea. Give some poor fisherman a start

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