Skip to comments.US Coast Guard leaps onto narco submarine
Posted on 07/11/2019 3:59:39 PM PDT by DUMBGRUNT
Crew of the US Coast Guard Cutter Munro board a self-propelled semi-submersible that was suspected of being a drug-smuggling vessel worth an estimated $232 million dollars
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My son was a navigator in an AWACS division that flew from CA and they saw submarines all the time, like minnows nibbling on the side of CA.
One of the other men doing surveillance (dont know the job title) noticed that the rivets on the deck of a freighter heading for the Golden Gate looked new...they stopped it, unbolted the top, and sure enough...cocaine up one side and down the other.
Now that’s not the first sub that they’ve caught. Is there an in house cartel shipyard building those things?
I’ve heard about the narco subs before. I find this capture surprising/amusing for two reasons.
1, do they really think the guys inside can hear them yelling at them while it’s underway?
2, the guy actually opens the hatch when they knock.
Dang. Them Coasties have some cojones!
They use brass knuckles when they knock.
Time for some fun propaganda to prop up the fake effort at drug interdiction. Oh yeah! We intercepted some drugs, a drop in the bucket. Meanwhile the protection racket agencies like DEA and CIA look the other way when the drugs come in and the pols get their offshore accounts courtesy of money laundering banks.
Americans are such fools.
Imagine the bean farts inside it...................
Some years back, my nephew was in the Coast Guard and said they were all given loaded rifles, but nothing up the spout, loaded them into a whaleboat and boarded some freighter.
He said he thought it was pretty cool until the officer racked the slide on his .45 and fired a shot in the air. That’s when it became real to him and the pucker factor shot up. Nothing happened though, the crew meekly lined up.
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