VIDEO They were carrying 5 tons of cocaine in semi-submarine. Busted

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They were carrying 5 1/2 tons of cocaine (worth about 150 million euros) in a 12-meter semi-submersible. The U.S. Coast Guard arrested them a few days ago.

Sergio Davì, from Palermo to New York in an inflatable boat.

The “narco-submarine,” probably built by salvaging parts of an oil or gas drilling barge, was stopped by the U.S. Coast Guard in the eastern Pacific with four drug traffickers aboard who were arrested.

The operation was also made possible with the cooperation of Colombian authorities.

THE VIDEO.

This is not the first time this has happened. Some time ago, as we told you HERE, the U.S. Coast Guard, in the very same waters, stopped a narcos’ submarine that was carrying over 17,690 kilograms of cocaine and 432 kilograms of marijuana with a total estimated value of $569 million.

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