Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Video link: Mexican Military Finds Abandoned Cessna w 358 Kilos of Coke in Chiapas

Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: DMUK
   
 Mexican military seizes $14 million worth of cocaine from small plane found abandoned on         clandestine air strip.

The Mexican military intercepted a cocaine shipment worth $14million Saturday, A Marines unit discovered an abandoned Cessna on a secret airstrip in Chiapas. The servicemen found 358 kilos of cocaine that in ten large bags. No arrests were made but the small plane and the drugs were turned over to Mexico's Attorney General office in Tapachula, Chiapas.

The Secretariat of the Navy said the successful operation was pulled off Saturday after intelligence reports revealed suspicious activity in the southern state of Chiapas.

The Marines deployed a special team aboard a helicopter, which spotted the Cessna on the secret runway 26 miles northwest of Port Chiapas, a municipality located off the Pacific coast in the southern state of Chiapas.

An inspection of the abandoned aircraft unearthed 10 sacks filled with 358 kilos of cocaine in plastic wrappers. The troops also found 14 canisters of jet fuel and two motorcycles were left behind as well.
                                     The military did not make any arrests in the operation. 

The confiscated cocaine shipment and small plane were turned over to Mexico's Attorney General's office in Tapachula, Chiapas.  

'With these actions the Secretariat of the Navy and Mexican Army contributes to the peacekeeping of citizens and endorses its commitment to combat illicit activities of organized crime using all operational means and intelligence seeking a safe Mexico,' the Secretariat of the Navy said in a statement.
It is the second time in almost two months that the Mexican armed forces have intercepted a drug shipment.

The military recovered a $20 million cocaine shipment that was unloaded off a jet parked on a Mexican highway near the Belize border on January 27. 

The two-seater aircraft used in ferrying the drugs that flew in from South America was registered in the United States. 

A day later, military fighter planes forced a 'narco jet' transporting $12 million in cocaine to land in an airfield in the Caribbean coastal state of Quintana Roo after it was detected in international airspace after flying in from Argentina.

NOTE: Full VIDEO on DMUK link at top 

19 comments:

  1. A gift to the Mexican Militar. The cocaina probably is water or smoke damage and CDS tells where plane is so good cocaina can fly in.

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    1. 11:25 CDS DON'T own that PLAZA, CJNG took it from them a few years BACK..

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    2. According to you cds nuthuggers if its a cds load its a gift😂 if its any other dto they losing loads and going broke😂😂 hilarious..

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    3. That hilarious. Water smoke damage. Lol. N word plzzz. Reliance insurance

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    4. Smokey cocaine? Watery cocaine? That stuff is wrapped so tight and so expensive. No gift for the military. How about the pilot got into cocaine and started seeing ghosts? Then he run away....

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    5. alerta general!!!
      Teniente Harinas en YOU TUBE
      por eso nadie quiere a los pinches chotas.
      se pasan de lanzas

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  2. Not abandoned, they just got to it first lol

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  3. Belize has had increasing landings over the past yr.

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    1. 12:23 pos a guebooo!
      The british still need some share of the Biz, Belize is their own Estado Associado, no? JAMAICA TOO, and all the gulf islands have their own little banks with tons tax heavens and tax shelters and big money laundering banks and ghost corporations, banks from UK, Russia, France, netherlands, US, they all launder money there

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    2. There are maps Chivis...

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  4. 11:27 they just got it to 1st base, phase 2 in the works.

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  5. It's not a 2 seater more like a 6 & that's not a u.s. registered plane!

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  6. We are dry in North Texas 😭😭😭😂😂

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    1. 4:20 we know tejas belongs to hard ass sheriffs and their poice officer kids escort the drugs home all over the place with their squad cars.
      --like Arizona, dry for all but the insiders and arpaio's friendz

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  7. Someone was late for work...

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  8. Which military forced it down over international airspace ?

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  9. COOL they found my stolen plane, Wondered where it was Pssst Mexico keep the coca
    but can I have my plane back PLEASE

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  10. Why move it yourself when you can have the feds move it for you to it’s next destination jaja

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