Tuesday, March 8, 2022

Cocaine lab torched in Bolivia - 2 tons per week

A cocaine lab capable of producing two tons a week was discovered by cops inside Noel Kempff Mercado National Park. The bust is one of the biggest in the region, about 1.8km from the Brazilian border. Cops believe the laboratory had been active since 2020. The park covers 4 million acres between Brazil and Bolivia and is designated as a World Heritage Site.
The lab was equipped with a sophisticated satellite internet system, an underground generator, and two runways for small planes. Cocaine base paste came to the laboratory by plane in large quantities. It was refined into cocaine hydrochloride. After being packaged it crossed the Guaporé River into Brazil. Brazil's First Capital Command (PCC) is the main drug gang in the area. This isn't the first bust inside Noel Kempff Mercado National Park, and more labs are said to be operating there today.
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