Undersea Trafficking Colombia's Cocaine Cartels Learn a New Trick

The Colombian drug cartels have acquired a new weapon in their arsenal. They are now using small, submarine-like semi-submersibles assembled deep in the jungle to outmaneuver drug agents and traffic cocaine to North America.
A makeshift fiberglass submarine in Colombia used to smuggle cocaine: The cargo hold can store 10 tons of drugs.

A makeshift fiberglass submarine in Colombia used to smuggle cocaine: The cargo hold can store 10 tons of drugs.

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