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Coast Guard Dude Surfs a Narco-Sub Packed With Cocaine

The U.S. Coast Guard raided a submarine speeding through the eastern Pacific Ocean moving more than 17,000 pounds of cocaine — and released a video Thursday to prove it.

On June 18, a Coast Guard surveillance aircraft tracked the drug-filled narco-sub hundreds of miles off the Colombian and Ecuadoran coastline watched by the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Munro.

The video shows a member of the Coast Guard riding on top of the speeding sub, pounding on the hatch and demanded it come to a stop. Then, three other guardsmen jumped ship and boarded the 40-foot sub while one pounded on the hatch with his fist.

The video ends with a presumed trafficker emerging from the narco-sub, putting his hands up in surrender. Five alleged smugglers were seized aboard the vessel, and were handed over for prosecution by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.

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32 thoughts on “Coast Guard Dude Surfs a Narco-Sub Packed With Cocaine

  1. The video ends with a presumed trafficker emerging from the narco-sub, putting his hands up in surrender. Five alleged smugglers were seized aboard the vessel, and were handed over for prosecution by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.
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  3. Total respect for what these awesome Coast Guards risk their lives each and every day doing. As awesome as this is to witness, I wish that these guys didn't have to risk their lives in the first place, to stop the greedy scum of the earth cartels and dealers who prey on the weak and vulnerable members of society. The shit these degenerates traffic around the world accounts for so much death and suffering that every link in the chain from cartel boss to street dealer are all accountable and responsible for that death and suffering. Those who risk their lives over and over again to stop this poison making it's way around the globe are heroes and deserve so much more respect, and pay/benefits, than they receive.

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