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    Exclamation Changes in Drug Trafficking

    Maritime 2007:


    Maritime 2010:


    Air 2007:


    Air 2010:


    This was accomplished due to the Dominican government purchasing the Super Tucano fighter jets to create an aerial blockade to the drug traffickers that were illegally entering Dominican airspace to do air drops of cocaine on Dominican soil. Lets not forget that the government of the United States strongly objected to the DR doing this. They even sent a mission to dissuade the DR government from even buying the Super Tucanos, but the DR did it anyways. Lol

    I do feel sorry for those Central American countries (Panama, etc) that are simply flooded with this with no light at the end of the tunnel. Also, and quite surprising, Haiti is becoming the favorite dropping place, despite the UN and the “International Community” supposedly protecting the place.

    The latest maps shown here are for 2010, its widely known within all the power circles that air drops have fallen significantly during 2011, so much that the incursions that were successful can be counted on the fingers of your hand. Haiti was probably flooded, but that will not be confirmed until the Southern Command of the US Military makes public the 2011 maps.

    I also posted this in the Narco State thread.

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    Default Increases in drug confiscations

    The DNCD reported in 2011 it has confiscated 6,862 kilos of drugs, including 6,458 kilos of cocaine, 1,931 more kilos than in 2010, and 40 kilos of heroin, 10 more than in 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    The DNCD reported in 2011 it has confiscated 6,862 kilos of drugs, including 6,458 kilos of cocaine, 1,931 more kilos than in 2010, and 40 kilos of heroin, 10 more than in 2010.
    DNCD incinera 8.5 tonaldas de drogas - ElDia.com.do

    ... where we read:
    "La Dirección Nacional de Control de Drogas incineró en la mañana de hoy 8.5 toneladas de diferentes narcóticos, decomisados en el último semestre de este año.
    En la incineración había 7,572 kilos de cocaína, 15,033 matas de marihuana, 40 kilos 161 gramos de heroína, 550 pastillas de éxtasis, entre otras."

    Rumours have it that the smell of burnt flour was in the air near the golf course of the Country Club.

    "La quema fue realizada en el campamento 16 de agosto del kilómetro 22 de la Autopista Duarte."

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    Quote Originally Posted by windeguy View Post
    The DNCD reported in 2011 it has confiscated 6,862 kilos of drugs, including 6,458 kilos of cocaine, 1,931 more kilos than in 2010, and 40 kilos of heroin, 10 more than in 2010.
    By viewing the maps above, perhaps we could all conclude that most drugs reaching DR soil is coming across the boader from Haiti and into the DR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taino808 View Post
    By viewing the maps above, perhaps we could all conclude that most drugs reaching DR soil is coming across the boader from Haiti and into the DR.
    WHAAAAA? Look at the maps again.The cocaine trade is 95% on the DR side, 5% on the Haitian.. Under Aristide it was exactly the opposite.

    Do not understand how one can look at these maps and conclude that there is more drug trade through Haiti.

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    DR and Haiti criminal minds getting together in drug trafficking:

    Un narcotraficante haitiano habría reclutado y protegido a “La Soga” en Haití | Diariode3

    Who of you guys can remember "La Soga" famous Dominican ex-police officer who became so famous in DR for been the official murderer of Santiago city police department...

    This man was so famous that even a movie was filmed using his name, now he is been hired by Haitian trafficking mafia.

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    The cartel that was/is being busted here now includes Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, Haitians, Colombians, Venezuelans, and Libyans.... (not to mention French, Italian, Belgian, Germans and Russians..)

    There is no national corner on this trade..

    Dominicans HAVE controlled the crack distribution all they way up the North East coast from NYC to Quebec.. for over twenty years..

    so I would not brag sooooo much about the super Tacanos.. which, of course, the US could have well suspected would be used to transport rather than intercept!

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    That just means they are finding alternate ways to get drugs into the country.

    boats/subs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainannie View Post
    WHAAAAA? Look at the maps again.The cocaine trade is 95% on the DR side, 5% on the Haitian.. Under Aristide it was exactly the opposite.

    Do not understand how one can look at these maps and conclude that there is more drug trade through Haiti.
    Take a closer look at the map that reads Air 2010, then read the article below.


    Ejército dispone medidas para control en la frontera - listindiario.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainannie View Post
    Dominicans HAVE controlled the crack distribution all they way up the North East coast from NYC to Quebec.. for over twenty years..

    so I would not brag sooooo much about the super Tacanos.. which, of course, the US could have well suspected would be used to transport rather than intercept!
    All your post relating to the DR are always full of innuendos, you always comment, but never give us an article or some news clipping for us to read. Please direct me to anything that would substantiate your claim.

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