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Extreme Trafficking

November 2013 Archives

Mexican Narcos Invade U.S. Airspace with Ultra-Light Aircraft for Drug Drop

Mexican Narcos Invade U.S. Airspace with Ultra-Light Aircraft for Drug Drop

U.S. authorities are reporting that an ultra-light aircraft from Mexico came into U.S. airspace unannounced near San Diego for a drug drop-off earlier this week. continue reading »

Check Out: Pot-Stuffed Car Seized by Border Patrol

Check Out: Pot-Stuffed Car Seized by Border Patrol

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Check out this picture from Border Patrol of a Ford Exhibition stuffed to the gills with pot. continue reading »

Narco Juan Juarez Orosco Extradited from Panama, Moved Eight Tons of Coke Monthly

Narco Juan Juarez Orosco Extradited from Panama, Moved Eight Tons of Coke Monthly

Mexican narco Juan Juarez Orosco ‘El Abuelo’ has been extradited from Panama to the U.S. on charges of trafficking tons of cocaine from Central America to Mexico so cartels could distribute to the U.S. continue reading »

$45 Million Worth of Coke, Heroin & Meth Found in Fresh Tomato Shipment from Mexico

$45 Million Worth of Coke, Heroin & Meth Found in Fresh Tomato Shipment from Mexico

Border agents working the Pharr, Texas border crossing seized $45 million in illegal narcotics found in a shipment of fresh tomatoes coming in from Mexico. continue reading »

U.S. Offering Reward for Narco Rafael Caro-Quintero Sprung from Prison by Mexican Courts

U.S. Offering Reward for Narco Rafael Caro-Quintero Sprung from Prison by Mexican Courts

Clearly the U.S. is not satisfied or very happy with Mexico’s judicial system that recently released Mexican narco Rafael Caro-Quintero from jail. continue reading »

Colombian Authorities Destroy High-Tech 39-Foot Narco Submarine

Colombian Authorities Destroy High-Tech 39-Foot Narco Submarine

Colombian police on the Pacific coast destroyed a submarine outfitted with modern technology and with the capacity to transport up to eight tons of cocaine. continue reading »