Coup to the CJNG: They seized drug trafficking with cocaine, the FARC sent it to the cartel headed by Mencho


The drug left the border between Colombia and Venezuela towards Central America.

The drug left the border between Colombia and Venezuela towards Central America.

Photo: Colombian Prosecutor’s Office / Courtesy

The Colombian Prosecutor’s Office reported that in a joint operation with the Colombian army and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA, for its acronym in English), seized a “narcojet“(G3 jet) in Guatemala sent to him by dissident groups and cells of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) to the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) in that country.

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The shipment consists of 2,266.35 pounds of cocaine in packages that were in the aircraft, which would have been sent from a clandestine airstrip on the border between Colombia and Venezuela by an armed group that emerged as a cell of the FARC under the name of “Nueva Marquetalia”. His plan was for the drug to be received in Guatemala by contacts from the CJNG who leads Nemesio Oseguera, alias El Mencho.

Alberto Acevedo, director of the Technical Research Body (CTI) of the Colombian Prosecutor’s Office, said in a video broadcast by official social networks, that the packages bore the initials “G1”, corresponding to a local kingpin from Tumaco.

“The substance was camouflaged and transferred to Cúcuta, north of Santander, where it was collected until its passage to Venezuela was coordinated,” he explained. Apparently they were leaving from a laboratory previously located by special agents.

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