No, it’s not the latest Miss Universe and her silicone funbags. It’s Teh Crime, stoopid:
Translation mine.So, what was this the DEA keeps saying about Venezuela not co-operating in anti-drug operations? Looks like they’re STILL doing a better job on their own than they did when the
A band of narcoparamilitaries called Los Restrejo, which operated in northern Táchira, was dismantled by members of the Scientific, Penal and Criminal Investigations Body (CICPC). The information was given by the director of the CICPC, Commissioner Wilmer Flores Trosel, by telephone to VTV’s La Noticia.“It’s a narcoparamilitary cell which dealt in drugs and ‘vaccines’*,” said the commissioner.The detainees are Diego Antonio Alvarado Contreras, 57; his lieutenant Juan Carlos Urisa, 35; Primitivo Cáceres Ramírez, and driver Tulio Mendoza Carillo, 73. All are previously known to the police for involvement with drugs, theft, stolen property, and beatings, said Flores Trosel.The commissioner emphasized that the Colombian authorities should “take the long view, because this drug came from the principal drug-producing country, which is Colombia. It passed through their barracks, police headquarters and into our country, so that it could later be taken by air or sea to the islands of the Caribbean, and then later continue on some other route.”Flores Trosel said that other members of this criminal organization had also been identified, and for this reason, people should expect to hear of further arrests in the next few days, both in the interior and along the Colombian border.