Saturday, June 8, 2019

Chiapas: Semar secures small plane with 490 kilograms of cocaine

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TUXTLA GUTIÉRREZ, Chis. - The Secretariat of Navy of Mexico (Semar) announced the securing of a CESSNA 120 aircraft, inside which were found 18 packages with alleged cocaine, weighing approximately 490 kilograms, in the vicinity of the Coastal municipality of Mapastepec.

The Semar reported that it obtained intelligence information from a suspicious aerial trace, so it immediately deployed an MI-17 helicopter which carried out coastal patrol flights, to proceed with its location and tracking of the CESSNA 120 aircraft.

Upon noticing the presence of the unit of the Mexican Navy, the plane began to make erratic flight patterns and go towards the sea and after a few minutes was ready to make a landing in a cleared area. 

The MI-17 helicopter landed next to the suspicious aircraft in the vicinity of Mapastepec, and when the helicopter was inspected, the alleged cocaine was found and placed under the protection of the authorities. An investigation has been launched.

18 comments:

  1. So what had what?
    SEMAR deployed a M17 helicopter to intercept a Cessna of suspicious behavior. The end result was the helicopter with cocaine?
    U lost me.

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  2. Heads will roll

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  3. What happened with the other 10

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  4. ...and when the helicopter was inspected, the alleged cocaine was found. Should read ...and when the airplane was inspected, the alleged cocaine was found.

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  5. Damn, that’s a decent amount seized. I wonder how much these guys in Mexico get the Kilos for. I’m assuming the price has increased with all the arrests of the big dogs of each cartel. Where I live now (Detroit) a Key is about $33,000 and that’s knowing the right people. Some folks might tell you 40K. The economics of the drug trade has always fascinated me.

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    1. 4-6k plus transportation

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    2. 490 keys thats nothing in chiapas thats where every thing comes in to mex straight to tapachula form their every thing goes to mexico city and form their to their point depends on the cartel buying em. and the big dogs arested that doesnt afect price of coke, coke is what it is thats wat every cartel take care of cuz its whats worth money. the big dogs arested dont afect the coke price at all

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    3. @7:59, Jesus Christ. 4-6K per Kilo. No wonder they risk their lives to cross this shit over. They are making ridiculous profits. Imagine, a “small” 100 kilo run can net them 2million easy and they could probably do that once a week. This 9-5 shit I’m doing is for the birds then.

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    4. @12:21, doesn’t it effect it a little bit because the big dogs usually negotiate the prices with the source countries. Unless they all have contingency plans for when they go away or get killed. But obviously, I don’t have first hand knowledge about that. Chiapas must have tons of coke just lying around, since it seems to be the first stop on the journey, per your comment.

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  6. So they landed the helicopter next to the plane...and found the coke in the HELICOPTER??.WHO TF WROTE THIS??And what happened from "the plane headed to sea" but a few minutes after "was ready to make a landing in a cleared area???"

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  7. 490kg of cocaine packaged and ready for transport! Quality guearanteed by SEMAR! Begin placing your bets señores!

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  8. quote:
    << The MI-17 "HELICOPTER".. landed next to the "SUSPICIOUS AIRCRAFT" in the vicinity of Mapastepec, and when the "HELICOPTER" was inspected, the alleged cocaine was found and placed under the protection of the authorities. >>


    hmmm i count ONE narco plane and ONE army helicopter originally, interestingly a helicopter is inspected and the alleged Team Nostril Nachos Nascar Necessitar Cup track fee is discovered and thankfully can be put under the connections of the appropriate Allforakeys. just typo? u say.... push yayo?=u pay to play. they say.. *shrug & a nod*

    -- next.

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  9. They secured the plane and it's drugs, but now they leave out the part, if the suspects we're arrested. It's the Navy, therefore they gave them time to escape. Unless it was ghosts driving the plane

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    1. Yes I to noticed that no one driving the plane was captured. Has to be ghosts for sure.

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  10. The aircraft in the photo appears to be a Cessna 210, 300 HP, turbocharged. Pretty heavy hauler for its size.

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  11. 7:33 small heavy loaded plane makes it vulnerable to a military chopper short on fuel, time to go back to zetas method,
    --move shit on foot and burros and make zetas of every the paletero and car washer they find on their way north.

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  12. 7:33 they could use fleas, they can haul 100 times their weight,
    but they don't fly, and they are happy at home with you.

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  13. It had to be Cds. That's how they roll.

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