WATCH: Coast Guard Jump Onto Submarine Smuggling 17,000 Pounds of CocaineChris Menahan
Jul. 12, 2019
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Incredible video which looks like a scene out of an action movie shows US Coast Guard service members "leaping onto a submarine carrying 17,000 pounds of cocaine as part of a monthslong, $569 million cocaine bust," NBC News reports.
From NBC News:
A member of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Munro can be seen in the video yelling at an unidentified aquatic vehicle to stop as it moved alongside the cutter at the surface of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Crew members then jump onto the top of the mostly submerged vessel as it's moving and bust open the hatch.
About 17,000 pounds of cocaine were found inside along with five suspected smugglers, the U.S. Coast Guard told NBC News on Thursday. The estimated street value of the drugs is $232 million.President Trump congratulated the crew on Twitter:
In related news, the feds just seized a ship owned by JP Morgan caught smuggling $1.3 billion worth of cocaine.
Federal authorities seized a large cargo ship in Philadelphia in a failed 20-ton cocaine smuggling attempt valued at more than $1.3 billion. The Liberian flagged vessel is reportedly owned by JP Morgan Asset Management.Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter, Facebook, Gab and Minds.