Monday, April 30, 2018

Narco submarine intercepted off the coast of Guatemala

Translated by Otis B Fly-Wheel for Borderland Beat from a Noreste article

Subject Matter: Narco submarine with 1 ton of cocaine intercepted
Recommendation: No prior subject matter knowledge required


A total of 967 kilos of cocaine, which was being transported on a mini-submarine in packets of football cards, was decommissioned by authorities in Guatemala, after the submarine was intercepted while sailing through the Pacific Ocean waters.

According to Yecenia Enriquez, spokeswoman for the Attorney General of Guatemala, during the operation they arrested and detained three men of Colombian origin. The submersible had departed from Colombia and was intercepted by elements of the armed services while carrying out a routine patrol in the Pacific Ocean area. The submersible was taken to a naval base where the drugs were offloaded and decommissioned.


"The submarine was manned by three Colombians, Edquener Vallejo Hurtado, Walter Obando Castro and Samuel Ballesine Quinonez", detailed Enriquez, who said that the decommissioned drugs would have a value of approximately 13.5 million dollars on the black market of the United States.

(Otis: I doubt this submarine is a true submersible, It looks like a surface vessel that is low profile and so has a very low radar cross section. It has its own radar on the roof of the cabin and doesn't appear to have a snorkel for a diesel engine to work under the surface. It could have a dual power, electric/diesel motor but I doubt it based on previously captured designs.)






53 comments:

  1. Another piece of shit trophy.

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    1. Probably a submarine Chapo gave Mencho.

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    2. I post decent and respectful posts and you, OTIS, fail to allow my posts through....why?

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    3. 1:27 es que, pos, tas feo bato, ya qué,
      but here between us, DD is the one that steals the best comments and then go and shows off on El Blog del Naco.

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    4. @5:44PM Be assured that I have never stolen any of your comments. Although you have posted quite a few, you have never posted one that was worth publishing, not even on BDN or even Info Wars.

      Just for the record, I have never even been to BDN site, afraid I would get infected with something.

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  2. Got that Neymar stamp of approval nice wrapping

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  3. Mass production, there's no time to put a stamp on it. Now they come with stickers...lol

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    1. Jajaja u notice that 2. Yea i see the quality control has gone down... Back in my days. Have had a few brinks PRINTS Had VERSACE-MGM-JAGUAR-MERCEDESBENZ-STAROFDAVID-AUDI-LACOSTE-MACDONALD had a couples with just number. The quality was great.. On these sticker right away i tell you no as good.

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    2. the stiker is to know which load its whose, when open they have the print

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    3. Also lets customers ask for a particular brand by name on the retail end.

      KB

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  4. Guatemala did not get a bribe beforehand, therforth it becomes public, was headed to the good USA.

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  5. CAF still pushing the loads.

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    1. Nope, Dope is being pushed by FAF, and CRF.

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    2. The Tijuana cartel no longer runs dope like that,might be el mayo's though.

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    3. 8:47 Yes and cardigan sweaters and penny loafers are still in style too!!

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    4. How could you all be this stupid, that shit was owned by dozens of Colombian, probably several dozens to minimize risk.Even Dairo Usuga couldn't solely invest in an 8 ton load, and why he or any big wig in Clan del Golfo do such a thing.As far as Mayo being one of many middle men, but for arguments sake let's say he and his compadres moves 8 into the states, after bribes, expected loss's, his partners getting a cut and if the Golfo's want him to wash it, he might be looking at 800kg, and that's not being conservative.Nevertheless it's alot for making some calls.

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    5. @8:31
      And can easily make 10 mil from 800. They probably send that amount once a quarter. Must be niiiiiccceee

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    6. That's funny... I am reading this and pushing a load at the same time.

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    7. I'm about to unload my load,I'm in the toilet

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    8. DECAF is pushing Daysies, for a few years now,
      But the millionaires they produced remain,
      behind thick curtains of money and power...

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  6. Otis the antenna belongs to the boat next to the sub

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  7. Otis, based on the picture that is a go-fast vessel (GFV). It looks to be sitting too high in the water to be a low profile vessel (LPV; though to be fair they are a sub-classification of the GFV so there is some crossover), but that may just be the photo. The LPVs tend sit further down when loaded, and the various coast guards don't generally offload them at sea because it's too much of a pain. It is definitely wide enough to support two engines, but not every vessel sports them.

    Definitely not a self-propelled semi-submersible (SPSS) though. That said, there have been SPSS models that included a radar on the roof. They also only need a snorkel if they are running diesel engines versus electric ones.

    KB

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  8. el mencha getting hit hard.

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  9. Were gonna be dry af now damnit...somebody got sum somewhere so...itll never stop theres alot of independent dealers too that have their own ways of transport.A walls not stoping anything...

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    1. Actually, the walls stop the lower level traffickers, forcing them to use the POEs. Also stops a decent number of human traffickers as the larger tunnels get noticed much faster.

      The walls may not stop everything, but they do curb certain behavior and force a change to another area that allows us to focus more rather than having to track 20 different methods of transport.

      That said, more of this stuff comes in by sea than people in the States care to admit.

      KB

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    2. Been dry this far up north. Raw is giving bitcoin a run for its money on markup.

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    3. Cena needs STEROIDS, why worry about cacaina?

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  10. Drogas Decomisadas become Confiscated Drugs when you translate.
    They become decommissioned after the drug addicts are done with the stash, the guatermalan government just took control until the ransom is paid.

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    1. EXACTLY ...well I'd say it is auctioned off to the highest bidder. Señores ke comience el bidding!

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  11. The drugs will just be sold to higher competitor and then continue on to the US....

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  12. ese viejo cartel de Tijuana navega en silencio por el pacifico

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  13. Since when does Gueatemala get involved in drug interception.

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    1. Since ages. There is a lot of comission to be made

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    2. Since before the US got president Jacobo Arbenz kicked out of power for not kissing as properly, in the early 60s...

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  14. Just 1 ton....the traffickers that were able to piece big loads together have died of in colombia

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    1. Unless it’s sacrifice 1 to get 30 home safe..Imagine directing all the attention to one specific area.... The art of diversion is a mofo.

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    2. All the big Colombian traffickers have moved to Venezuela; no worries of being arrested when your partner is someone in Maduro’s regime.

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    3. I agree with 11:02, it's gotta be a diversion.

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  15. dang no wonder cocaine’s quality is shit now adays and it looks like there’s a big push for the nasty stuff like meth and fentanyl which is everywhere you look around

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    1. Dude whatyatalkinbput? We are winning the WoD. There are no more drugs

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    2. Actually blow has been more popular these last 5 years because of pop culture and social media.

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  16. watch operation odessa on netflix

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    1. The Odessa File by Frederick Forssythe, based on real events and people is way better than any netflix.
      --The Real Odessa: How Peron Brought the Nazi War Crimiinals to Argentina by Uki Goni is even better, all true crime...

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    2. @11:17, 8:16 is referring to a new documentary that just came out, it is about some events in miami after the cocaine wars of the 1980's...I saw it and lover it

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  17. Heads will roll someone’s got to pay

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  18. My friend rides his jet ski from imperial beach to playas to get his candy never been stoped says no patrols

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    1. Tell your friend that LEO read this site and he should be worried about you.

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  19. Operation Odessa is wack.. bunch of LOUD ass thiefs and snitches

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  20. No wonder everyone is leaving all of the Central American nations ! The only jobs they seem to have are involved in the international drug trade !!!! Why are all of these nations who have been around for 500 years so incompetent in providing education, decent living conditions and jobs for their own people?

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    1. They haven't been around for 500 years. Speaking of education, have you read any good books lately? Why do you ask that question here? Try a history book, educate yourself please instead of poking fun at others misfortunes.

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    2. 12:50 I am sure you have heard of the Banana Republics, invented by US United Fruit co. and kept under the foot of the US later by the CIA and the School of the Americas until
      SOA WATCH forced the US to subcontract to private mercenary paramilitary corporations.
      --You see the backwardness of LatinAmerica?
      That is what more than 200 years of exploitation under guise of friendship leaves behind...and now that there is not much more left to give, the demands for more are starting again.

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  21. Well officer it's only for personal consumption.

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