God The Attorney General, appointed by the ANC, Tarek William Saab, Reported Thursday, at a press conference, that since August 2017 to date have been opened 64 investigations into 105 officials from various security bodies About being involved in drug trafficking.
Of the number 65 were accused by the public office of which 12 have already been convicted, while the remaining 40 are waiting for the court's presentation of a decisive act.
The prosecutor emphasized the case in which four policemen from Zulia and five from Polisar were arrested. After checking his warranty in a luxury car of 96 marijuana boards. A fact recorded on October 29.
He also stressed that in the last 15 months 696 vehicles used for transporting drugs were kept, of which 346 were for private use, 299 are motorcycles, 107 are cargo vehicles, 10 bus type 4 machines.
"This is a crusade without a quarter against all forms of drug trafficking, unlike the previous prosecutor, who was a partner … We will not have mercy or mercy on these crimes," he said.
Saab noted that on November 9, a bus with 176 pieces of cocaine was caught hidden in the walls of the vehicle. That's why two people were arrested, one of whom was a retired officer.
As a result of this attack, two more buses were kept in narcotics in Komarna, in the state of Sucre, where 324 pieces of 323 kg of cocaine were transferred.
The head of the Education Ministry said most of the attacks were carried out by officials Of the National Guard of Bolivia (GNB) at various points of control of the national territory. Other procedures were carried out by the intelligence work of PNB and CICPC under the supervision of the Supervisory Body.
The prosecutor stated that the fight against drug trafficking is dangerous because of the dismantling of drug trafficking networks and cartels. He stressed that the data on the fight against drug trafficking in the Ministry of Interior noted the dirty propaganda against Venezuela from laboratories in countries with drug problems, such as Colombia and the United States.
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