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US commandos jump on MOVING narco-cartel’s submarine in dramatic drug bust (VIDEO) US commandos jump on MOVING narco-cartel’s submarine in dramatic drug bust (VIDEO)
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A thrilling raid straight out of an action video game has unfolded in the Pacific Ocean when US Coast Guard intercepted a narco-sub and a group of commandos boarded the moving vessel to seize millions of dollars' worth of drugs. A thrilling raid straight out of an action video game unfolded in the Pacific Ocean when US Coast Guard intercepted a narco-sub and a group of commandos boarded the moving vessel to seize millions of dollars' worth of drugs.
Seizing cartel subs that traffic tons of narcotics to American shores is no easy task, as many of them easily elude US patrol boats on the way. Last month, however, the US Coast Guard got lucky, spotting a semi-submersed vessel in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Seizing cartel subs that traffic tons of narcotics to American shores is no easy task, as many of them easily elude US patrol boats on the way. Last month, however, the US Coast Guard got lucky, spotting a semi-submersed vessel in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
Before the sub was able to slip underwater, three commandos from US Coast Guard Cutter Munro (WMSL 755) jumped on the moving vessel. Video released by the authorities on Thursday showed one guardsman pounding the hatch of the vessel with his fist and trying to tear it apart before the smuggler emerges and surrenders to US authorities. Before the sub was able to slip underwater, three commandos from US Coast Guard Cutter Munro (WMSL 755) jumped on the moving vessel. Video released by the authorities on Thursday shows one guardsman pounding the hatch of the vessel with his fist and trying to tear it apart before the smuggler emerges and surrenders.
The guardsmen recovered 17,000 pounds of cocaine, estimated to be worth $232 million. Overall, USCGC Munro returned home to San Diego with 39,000 pounds of cocaine and 933 pounds of marijuana worth around $569 million, which US Coast Guard managed to seize between May and July in 14 separate raids off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America. The guardsmen recovered 17,000 pounds of cocaine, estimated to be worth $232 million. Overall, USCGC Munro returned home to San Diego with 39,000 pounds of cocaine and 933 pounds of marijuana worth around $569 million, which the US Coast Guard managed to seize between May and July in 14 separate raids off the coasts of Mexico, Central and South America.
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