¡Los narcotraficantes utilizan submarinos!

(Drug traffickers use submarines!)

Un buque que parece a un submarino que llevó siete toneladas de cocaína fueron hundidas por el Servicio de guardacostas de Estados Unidos.

El submarino de cocaína . . . (The cocaine submarine . . .)

Imagen (Image): AFP

El submarino autopropulsado fue marcado por un avión de la Armada en aguas de América Central. El buque inestable fue hundido porque no podría ser remolcado al puerto. Cuatro días más temprano, otro submarino casero fue agarrado por el Servicio de guardacostas. ¡Los traficantes de drogas son suficiente sofisticados para utilizar submarinos!😯 Lea más aquí.

(A vessel resembling a submarine that carried seven tons of cocaine was sunk by the United States Coast Guard.

The self-propelled submarine was spotted by a Navy Aircraft in Central American waters. The unstable vessel was sunk because it could not be towed to port. Four days earlier, another homemade submarine was seized by the Coast Guard. Drug traffickers are sophisticated enough to use submarines!😯 Read more here.)


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2 Responses to ¡Los narcotraficantes utilizan submarinos!

  1. vishesh says:

    ha well…every moves on with time,more so,these kinda people🙂

  2. Yes, Vishesh, it seems that even drug traffickers are ahead of their times!🙂

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