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7.1 million guyana cocaine arrives in kuala lumpur malaysia en route mozambique

KUALA LUMPUR: Liquid cocaine worth more than RM22 million were seized from a Guyana-registered ship which had berthed in Port Klang last week for supplies.
The ship, from Guyana, was on its way to Mozambique. The crew had decided to take the long route to avoid detection by the authorities.
But following a tip off, Malaysian police and Royal Customs Department raided the vessel on Monday where they seized 16 cartons of tins allegedly containing coconut milk and processed pineapples.
Federal Narcotics director Datuk Noor Rashid Ibrahim said the drugs, weighing 76kg, were in liquid form.
“They stopped here to get their supplies but we had a tip off on what they were actually carrying. Checks revealed that the drugs were meant for Mozambique,” he said.
Noor Rashid added that the tip off came from the United States Drug Enforcement Agency. The ship arrived in Port Klang on schedule.
“We spent several days analysing the seized items before finding the drugs,” said.
Police found 980 cartons of processed food and checks revealed that 384 tins (16 cartons) contained the liquid cocaine.
“The weight of one tin with its content is 400g but after distilling the drugs and other fluid, we found that the weight of the cocaine is roughly 200g in a tin.
“The top of the tins which contained the drugs also have a bump on it, we believe that it was due to chemical reaction.
“This is one of the most sophisticated ways of smuggling drugs which we have uncovered to date,” Noor Rashid said, adding that the new modus operandi was used to smuggle drugs in big quantities.
He explained that the drugs were dissolved in coconut milk to fool the authorities into believing it was food stuff.
No arrests were made.

Read more: Large shipment of liquid cocaine smuggled in food items – Latest – New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/latest/large-shipment-of-liquid-cocaine-smuggled-in-food-items-1.173587#ixzz2Cht7YBbz

13 thoughts on “7.1 million guyana cocaine arrives in kuala lumpur malaysia en route mozambique


  2. Hi there, I want to subscribe for this web site to take
    hottest updates.

    But let me ask this question why CANU can’t find any amount of cocaine coming into Guyana why because the head of CANU James Singh is part of the problem and Minister Rohee have to know this by now

    James Singh is in bed with the drugs pushers, people are saying because his Father is Joe Singh this PPP Administration is Careful about removing him that’s the only reason, however the Administration is aware of his corruption.

  3. Everybody know that the head of CANU takes pay de man James Girvan Singh but you can’t want to serve two masters at the same time

    So someday someday there will be an explosion

  4. I am a Bank manager in Guyana, I will not put my name but I will like to ask a question

    Why so much cocaine going out of Guyana ?

    How is it getting in to Guyana ?.

    Can James Singh tell us this, he has been the head of CANU for a very long time now

  5. How is cocaine getting in to guyana, who is bring it in, where is it being stored? Why no major drug cartel arrested in guyana yet?

  6. De people have to get the cocaine out, how you want Guyana maintain Bharrat Jagdeo with all de money he want fo he self

  7. What will James singh say I give them de information hehehehe he Brit like that alway I give them de information

    I give them de information
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  8. Can James Singh tell us how did this cocaine gotten in to Guyana, as a Muslim I am concern about what is going on.

    We are not fools we know that corruption at at CANU it’s a fact.

  9. James Singh take the DEA on the Sub Mission but the DEA should know James Singh is take pay from drug dealers

    If James want to play a 2 head bitch and cover some drug man while he bust some sera sera

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