Archives de 29 août 2014

700kg de cocaïne retrouvés à bord d'un avion appartenant à Alain AfflelouPierre-Marc Dreyfus, le dirigeant d’une société de transport mis en examen dans le cadre d’une enquête sur un trafic de stupéfiants entre la République Dominicaine et la France, baptisé Air Cocaïne, a été remis en liberté ce jeudi.
M. Dreyfus a été remis en liberté par la cour d’appel d’Aix-en-Provence qui a ordonné son placement sous contrôle judiciaire, le versement d’une caution de 200.000 euros et l’interdiction de sortie du département des Bouches-du-Rhône, a indiqué Me Pierre Ceccaldi, son avocat. M. Dreyfus reste mis en examen pour «importation de stupéfiants en bande organisée, association de malfaiteurs et direction d’un groupement en vue de l’importation et du trafic de stupéfiants et blanchiment».
Le 20 mars 2013, une opération de l’agence anti-drogue dominicaine, agissant après des mois d’enquête et de surveillance suite à des renseignements livrés par des agences étrangères, avait abouti à l’arrestation de 35 personnes et la saisie de 700 kilos de cocaïne, en partance pour la France à bord d’un jet, un Falcon 50.
Parmi les personnes interpellées, figuraient quatre Français, dont deux pilotes, à bord de l’avion contenant la drogue et devant décoller de Punta Cana à destination de la France.
Immatriculé au nom du lunettier français Alain Afflelou, l’avion avait été affrété par la société de M. Dreyfus, basée à l’aéroport de Lyon-Bron (Rhône).
Placés en détention provisoire en République dominicaine, les quatre Français ont été relâchés en juin 2014 mais interdits de quitter le territoire en attendant leur procès.
Par AFP | Publié le 28/08/2014 à 21:38
source: http://www.ledauphine.com/france-monde/2014/08/28/air-cocaine-le-dirigeant-de-la-compagnie-de-transport-remis-en-liberte

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Chinese cocaine shipping container Shanghai DEAUmberto Bacchi

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August 29, 2014 13:18 BST
Chinese police seized 70kg of cocaine hidden in a shipping container in Shanghai(AFP PHOTO/Peter PARKS)

US and Chinese police forces cooperated to make the single largest drug bust in China’s recent history, Beijing said.

Acting on a tip-off by US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officials, Chinese security forces seized 70kg of cocaine that had been smuggled to Shanghai from South America, the Ministry of Public Security said.

In August, the DEA informed its Chinese counterparts of a suspect shipping container coming from Peru via Mexico.

US officials said that analysis of phone messages and emails of a murdered Mexican drug cartel member suggested the cargo was to transit from Shanghai, where it was to be loaded on another ship bound to New Zealand.

As the ship docked in China’s largest city, it was searched Police and customs officials revealing a large quantity of cocaine.

The haul, which according to estimates had a street market value of more than $7m (£4.2m) in China, was the single largest amount seized by local authorities in recent years, state news agency Xinhua reported.

« The ministry said it has in recent years strengthened cooperation with foreign agencies including the DEA, with which it has regular intelligence exchanges, and that the efforts have apparently paid off, » the agency wrote.

The case came as Chinese president Xi Jinping has launched a tough crackdown on illegal drug use, which has risen in recent years fuelled by the growing income enjoyed by China’s middle-class.

Several celebrities, including the including the son movie star Jackie Chan and actor Kai Ko, have been arrested on drug charges in the last few months.

SOURCE: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/us-dea-helps-china-make-7m-cocaine-bust-shanghai-1463146

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Plusieurs tonnes de cocaïne ont été découvertes au Pérou lors d’une importante action contre le trafic de drogue. La cocaïne, cachée dans des sacs de charbon, était prête à être transportée par bateau jusqu’en Belgique et en Espagne, selon l’agence de presse Andina.

Le président péruvien Ollanta Humala a déclaré qu’il s’agissait « du plus gros coup infligé au trafic de drogue de toute l’histoire du Pérou ». Deux Mexicains et six Péruviens ont été arrêtés.

Jeudi soir, la police avait déjà mis la main sur 7,6 tonnes de cocaïne mais de nombreux sacs de charbon devaient encore être fouillés.

SOURCE: http://www.dhnet.be/actu/faits/decouverte-de-plusieurs-tonnes-de-cocaine-destinees-a-la-belgique-54001490357030e6103bc5fa

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Let’s open up the debate on legalizing Cannabis in Europe. Sign the first law proposal on cannabis consumption in Europe

With 1 million signatures, this law proposal may be voted by the European Parliament

To talk about cannabis is to talk about the forbidden

Despite cannabis prohibition in Europe, 77 million Europeans declare having already consumed cannabis during their lives. Among this number, 9 million young adults (15-34 years) declare having consumed cannabis during this last month. These citizens are reaching out to the only suppliers, the underground networks, and thus sustaining a black market, with all theharmful consequences it has on the economy, human lives and more. Today, this market is entirely neglected by the public authorities.

Weed Like to Talk proposes to legalise the consumption, production, and selling of cannabis

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Man, 33, sentenced for cocaine distribution

Publié: 29 août 2014 par Marc Fievet dans Narcotrafic INFOS
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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WPMT)-A 33-year-old man was sentenced to 25 years in prison for criminal conspiracy and distribution of crack cocaine and powder cocaine.

U.S. District Court Judge John E. Jones III sentenced Maurice Henderson, of New York and Harrisburg, in federal court Wednesday to 25  years and placed him on supervised release for 10 years after he completes his prison term, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Middle District office.

According to United States Attorney Peter Smith, Henderson was convicted of criminal conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute five kilograms and more of cocaine hydrochloride and 280 grams or more of crack cocaine and distribution and possession with intent to distribute the same drugs.

The U.S. Attorney’s office said Henderson sold crack cocaine to an individual working with the Dauphin County Drug Task Force twice and also sold crack cocaine to an undercover police officer on two occasions…

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Drug Smuggling Ring Busted At McCarron

Publié: 29 août 2014 par Marc Fievet dans Narcotrafic INFOS

Warren PD seizes over $200,000 of cocaine

Publié: 29 août 2014 par Marc Fievet dans Narcotrafic INFOS

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Guyana born, 44-year-old Oswald Lewis Guyana born, 44-year-old Oswald Lewis


Authorities were attempting to arrest 44-year-old Oswald Lewis, who had been on the run since skipping out on his April 1991 indictment for conspiracy to distribute cocaine in Virginia, when he allegedly opened fire on them late Tuesday.

He fled to the backyard where he fired on NYPD detectives serving as back up. He fired about a dozen shots, emptying both guns, before tossing his weapons and surrendering, sources and witnesses said.

No law enforcement officers were injured and Lewis’ weapons were both recovered.

The apartment appears to be vacant and Lewis may have been squatting there, a source said.

Lewis is recovering at Jamaica Hospital and will be brought to Brooklyn Federal Court to face charges.

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“The wound that he suffered, while it’s non-life threatening, it’s relatively severe,” said U.S. marshals Assistant…

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