Colombian traffickers are using a new secret weapon smuggling cocaine north – drug submarines.
Up to 30 meters long and almost impossible to detect, are capable of delivering several tons of cocaine in one shipment.
Dozens of submarines are believed to be operating between the coasts of Colombia and Mexico, and police estimate that another 70 will be built next year alone.
NGC is U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency and the Colombian military agents in search of drug submarine construction in some of the most remote jungles of the planet.
Here, where the malaria-infested mosquitoes swarm narco-generals and heavy hand of the local population, there are at least 300 known cocaine laboratories and finished countless drug submarines and their factories.
In hard-fought war against drug trafficking, an estimated catch comes in: a surprisingly sophisticated sub built by hand in the jungle
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