Submarine carrying drugs intercepted by Spanish authorities

Submarine carrying drugs intercepted by Spanish authorities

A submarine that was suspected of transporting drugs off the coast of Galicia was intercepted by the Spanish police on Sunday. The vessel was allegedly carrying nearly 3,000 kgs of cocaine. Two men from South-America were detained by Spanish authorities, while a third man managed to escape.

Scott
Scott
porcus
porcus 4 months

Cartel-owned semi-submersibles ferrying drug cargo.

chris feil
chris feil 4 months

how did the 3rd guy hey away from a seized submarine? did he have some scuba gear and an escape hatch?

Michael Hedderson
Michael Hedderson 4 months

I'm still getting my head around the fact this thing made it all the way from Colombia. And by all accounts has made that journey many times. The brass balls of these guys is something else. And imagine getting all that way across the Atlantic only to be picked up mere miles off the Spanish coast lol, gutting.

bobby_5150
bobby_5150 4 months

Hell, the cartels could easily afford a second hand diesel boat from some 2nd world country and do it properly.

Brian
Brian 4 months

It must've been a CIA owned submarine, with photo of GHWB at center of the seal.

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