USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : quelques dernières narco-news au 29 novembre 2022

Boston Man Arrested for Distributing 7,000 Pills Containing Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogue

November 29, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man has been arrested for a drug distribution offense involving fentanyl and a fentanyl analogue known as para-fluorofentanyl. Melvin Cordero, 40, was indicted on one count of distribution of and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl and p-fluorofentanyl. Cordero was arrested yesterday morning and, following an…

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Detroit Man Sentenced for Distributing Heroin, Fentanyl, and Cocaine Base

November 29, 2022

BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on November 21, 2022, Deamontae Luchie, 29, of Detroit, Michigan, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Christina Reiss to 31 months’ imprisonment and a 3-year term of supervised release for distributing heroin, fentanyl…

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Meriden Man Sentenced to Nearly 8 Years in Federal Prison for Trafficking Cocaine

November 29, 2022

MERIDEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that KERVIN DIAZ, 39, of Meriden, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Victor A. Bolden in Bridgeport to 95 months of imprisonment, followed by four years of supervised release, for trafficking cocaine. According to…

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Holyoke Man Pleads Guilty to Fentanyl Conspiracy

November 29, 2022

BOSTON – A Holyoke man associated with the CJNG (Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generacion) drug cartel has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking charges involving fentanyl. Josue Rivera Rodriguez, a/k/a “Bori,” 45, pleaded guilty on Nov. 18, 2022 to one count of conspiracy to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl, two…

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Burlington Man Charged for Selling Drugs in City Hall Park

November 29, 2022

BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on November 17, 2022, a federal grand jury returned a four-count indictment against Kenneth Jackson, 68, of Burlington, Vermont, which charged him with distribution of fentanyl, possession with intent to distribute fentanyl and…

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Providence Man Admits to Trafficking Methamphetamine

November 29, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A Providence man who was arrested by members of the FBI’s Rhode Island Safe Streets Gang Task Force during an investigation into methamphetamine trafficking throughout Rhode Island pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to charges of possession with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of…

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Woonsocket Man Admits to Participating in Fentanyl Distribution Conspiracy

November 29, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A Woonsocket man today admitted to a federal judge that he participated in a conspiracy that trafficked hundreds of grams of fentanyl, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. Nelson J. Davila, 28, pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with…

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Indictment Charges 3 New Haven Men Narcotics and Firearms Offenses

November 29, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that DONELL ALLICK, JR., also known as “D-Nice,” 23; SAMUEL DOUGLAS, also known as “Blamm,” 24; and JOURDIN SENIOR, also known as “G,” 30, all of New Haven, have been charged with federal…

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Ten Individuals Charged in Northeast Kingdom Drug Conspiracy

November 29, 2022

The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that a federal grand jury returned an indictment yesterday charging ten individuals with conspiring to distribute fentanyl and cocaine base between February 2022 and August 5, 2022. The indictment includes nine additional counts alleging distributions or intended…

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Georgia Man Who Supplied Bridgeport Gang Members with Firearms Pleads Guilty

November 29, 2022

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that STEPHFAN SANDERSON, also known as “Birdy” and “Beans, 24, of Covington, Georgia, pleaded guilty yesterday before U.S. District Judge Victor A. Bolden in Bridgeport to a firearms trafficking offense. According to court documents…

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New Haven Cocaine Trafficker Pleads Guilty

November 29, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that JOSE L. GERENA, 33, of New Haven, pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Jeffrey A. Meyer in New Haven to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute five kilograms or more of…

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13 Now in Prison in Investigation Initially Targeting Laredo Area Mexican Mafia

November 28, 2022

LAREDO, Texas – With the sentencing of a 37-year-old associate of the Texas Mexican Mafia, more than a dozen criminals are serving more than 1600 months combined for their respective roles in narcotics trafficking on the streets of Laredo, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C…

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South Georgia Physician Sentenced to Prison after Admitting Conspiracy to Illegally Distribute Drugs

November 28, 2022

SAVANNAH, GA – A Coffee County, Ga., physician has been sentenced to five years in federal prison after he admitted to participating in a drug trafficking conspiracy that distributed massive amounts of addictive-controlled substances from pain management and addiction clinics. Dr. Wallace Steven Anderson, 68, of Douglas, Ga., was sentenced…

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Jake’s Fireworks Owner Sentenced to 15 years in Federal Prison for Drug Trafficking Violations

November 28, 2022

BEAUMONT, Texas– The owner of Jake’s Fireworks has been sentenced to federal prison for drug trafficking violations in the Eastern District of Texas, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Brit Featherston today. Jake Ellis Daughtry, 35, of Nederland, pleaded…

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Ten Defendants Charged in Augusta-Area Drug Trafficking Operation

November 28, 2022

AUGUSTA, GA: Ten people have been indicted in an Augusta-area drug trafficking conspiracy linked to another large-scale drug trafficking prosecution. As described in the newly unsealed indictment in USA v. Fields et. al, the investigation parallels the indictments in USA v. Wheatley et. al, together dubbed Operation Wheat Fields, and…

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Major Indictment Targets Southeastern Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

November 28, 2022

STATESBORO, GA: A newly unsealed federal indictment charges nearly three dozen defendants for their involvement in a drug trafficking conspiracy centered in south Georgia and reaching into the Caribbean. The primary conspiracy charge in USA v. Morales-Jimenez et. al, dubbed Operation Carpet Ride, carries a statutory minimum penalty of 10…

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Columbia County Drug Dealer Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison

November 28, 2022

AUGUSTA, GA: A Columbia County man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to methamphetamine distribution. Bobby Lewis Sturkey, 51, of Harlem, Ga., was sentenced to 120 months in prison after previously pleading guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine, said David H. Estes, U.S…

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Merrimack Man Pleads Guilty To Firearms Offenses

November 28, 2022

CONCORD, N.H. – Leith Sukkar, 22, of Merrimack, pleaded guilty in federal court to engaging in the business of dealing firearms without a license and making false statements during the acquisition of firearms, United States Attorney Jane E. Young announced today. According to statements made in court, between September 2021…

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Former Rochester Man Pleads Guilty To Conspiracy To Sell Fentanyl

November 28, 2022

CONCORD, N.H. – Craig Wiggin, 44, formerly of Rochester, New Hampshire, pleaded guilty in federal court on Wednesday to one count of conspiracy to sell fentanyl, United States Attorney Jane E. Young announced today. According to court documents and statements made in court, in July 2021, Wiggin conspired with other…

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ESPAGNE 🇪🇸 (Barcelone) : Fikri Amellah Agharbi, trafiquant de haschich et de cocaïne, s’est fait serrer à son domicile

C’est BLADI.NET qui nous rapporte que le Marocain Fikri Amellah Agharbi, considéré comme l’un des plus importants trafiquants de haschich et de cocaïne dans le détroit, et fournisseur du clan Messi et Los Castaña, a été interpellé cette semaine par la police espagnole.

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USA 🇺🇸 (Trafic de drogue): « sanctions » pour le président du Sénat haïtien Joseph Lambert et un ancien sénateur Youri Latortue

Une justice pour les aigles et une pour les pigeons

Selon les faits,les deux sénateurs auraient abusé de leurs pouvoirs respectifs pour favoriser le trafic de stupéfiants dont la cocaïne à travers la Colombie et Haïti. Ce qui signifie d’après le département américain du trésor que ces personnalités haïtiennes en agissant ainsi, auraient communiqué et traité avec les bandes de criminels. Il faut préciser que le président du Sénat haïtien accusé d’être derrière une exécution extra-judiciaire est également interdit d’entrer aux USA ainsi que sa femme. C’est le secrétaire d’État américain Antony Blinken qui l’a accusé dans un communiqué selon la presse internationale.

Comme sanction, les deux personnalités de l’île n’auront plus accès à leurs avoirs et à leurs propriétés dont ils sont propriétaires aux Etats-Unis et au Canada informe un autre correspondant à Washington.

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : quelques dernières narco-news au 15 octobre 2022

Eight Defendants, Including a Brooklyn Medical Doctor, And Three Pharmacists, Charged with Illegally Distributing More Than 1.2 Million Oxycodone Pills

October 13, 2022

BROOKLYN, NY – Earlier today, in federal court in Brooklyn, a 10-count indictment was unsealed charging Dr. Somsri Ratanaprasatporn, her office manager Leticia Smith, Bassam Amin, Omar Elsayed, and Yousef Ennab who are pharmacists, Michael Kent, Anthony Mathis, and Raymond Walker with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to…

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DEA Announces Significant Fentanyl Seizure in New York

October 13, 2022

WASHINGTON – Yesterday, DEA and the Office of the Special Narcotics Prosecutor for the City of New York announced a significant seizure of fentanyl. Two individuals in New York have been charged following the seizure of approximately 300,000 rainbow fentanyl pills, 20 pounds of fentanyl in white and blue powder…

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Major Seizure of Approximately 300,000 “Rainbow Fentanyl” Pills and Over 20 Pounds of Powdered Fentanyl in the Bronx

October 12, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Two individuals are charged in connection with the seizure of approximately 300,000 fentanyl pills in assorted colors and another 20 pounds of fentanyl in powdered form from a drug stash location in the Bronx. The apartment, situated adjacent to the Bronx River Parkway, near the border…

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Postal Carrier Indicted for Cocaine Distribution Stemming from Her Official Position

October 12, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announced the return of an indictment charging Bradenton residents Nathasha Prieto (33) and Angel Hernandez Coss (37) with conspiring to distribute and possession with the intent to distribute five or more kilograms of cocaine. If convicted on all counts, each faces…

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Rochester Man Going to Prison for His Role in Cocaine Conspiracy

October 11, 2022

ROCHESTER, NEW YORK – Deshan Scott, 23, of Rochester, NY, who was convicted of possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime, was sentenced to serve 60 months in prison by U.S. District Judge Frank P. Geraci, Jr. Assistant U.S. Attorney Katelyn M. Hartford, who handled the…

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Queens Man Convicted of Laundering Bitcoin and Operating Unlicensed Money Transmitting Business

October 11, 2022

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – Earlier today, a federal jury in Brooklyn convicted Mustafa Goklu, also known as “Mustangy,” of money laundering and operating an unlicensed money transmitting business as part of a scheme to launder the purported Bitcoin proceeds of drug trafficking. The verdict followed a four-day trial before United…

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Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Conspiring to Distribute Over 250 Kilograms of Cocaine

October 11, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a Puerto Rican man was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for conspiring to distribute over 250 kilograms…

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Tucson Man Sentenced to 17.5 Years for Possession of Methamphetamine and Firearms

October 11, 2022

TUCSON, Ariz. – Gabriel Joseph Bustamante, 43, of Tucson, Arizona, was sentenced on September 28, 2022by United States District Judge Rosemary Márquez to 17.5 years in prison, followed by five years of supervised release. Bustamante previously pleaded guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine and Felon in Possession of…

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Former Angels Communications Director Eric Kay Sentenced to 22 Years in Tyler Skaggs Overdose Case

October 11, 2022

Fort Worth, Texas – Ex- Los Angeles Angels employee Eric Kay was sentenced today to 22 years in federal prison in connection with the 2019 overdose death of Angles pitcher Tyler Skaggs, announced Eduardo A. Chavez, Special Agent in Charge of DEA Dallas. In February, a federal jury found former…

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (bénéfice de la protection fonctionnelle): Absurdistan juridico-administratif

Dans un arrêt en date du 13 janvier 2017, Mme Pauline Jolivet, rapporteur et le rapporteur public M. Edouard Crépey pour le Conseil d’État ont précisé, à propos d’un collaborateur du service public qui, en sa qualité d’aviseur des douanes avait été condamné pour trafic de stupéfiants par les juridictions anglaise et canadienne, qu’en estimant que si l’implication croissante de l’intéressé dans un réseau de trafiquants de drogue avait été encouragée à l’origine par l’administration des douanes, les faits pour lesquels il avait été condamné étaient dépourvus de tout lien avec les fonctions exercées en sa qualité d’ informateur de l’administration des douanes et étaient donc détachables du service.

En en déduisant qu’ils étaient constitutifs d’une faute personnelle de l’intéressé et que, dès lors, l’administration n’avait pas commis de faute de nature à engager la responsabilité de l’État en refusant de lui octroyer à ce titre le bénéfice de la protection fonctionnelle, la cour n’a pas commis d’erreur de droit ni d’erreur de qualification juridique des faits.

Dépourvus de tout lien avec les fonctions exercées…

Se basant uniquement sur les écrits de hauts fonctionnaires de Bercy et de la DG de la Douane française qui n’ont pris aucun renseignement auprès des acteurs de la période durant laquelle Marc Fievet, AKA NS 55 DNRED, était infiltré dans l’organisation criminelle de Pascuale Claudio Locatelli, allant jusqu’à refuser le témoignage de Christian Gatard, l’officier traitant de Fievet, qui précisait que : «  Marc Fievet avait toujours fait preuve de la plus grande loyauté à l’égard des douanes françaises, notamment dans le cadre de son infiltration dans l’organisation Locatelli qui l’a exposé à de nombreux dangers.  » . Ce témoignage faisait suite à la confirmation et certification des faits énumérés des différentes opérations réalisées durant l’action d’infiltration de Fievet.

Mais de tout cela, personne, absolument personne, des administrateurs civils ou douaniers de Bercy, madame Elizabeth Melscoet et messieurs Michel Baron, Thomas Charvet et Erwan Guilmin agissant pour le ministre du Budget comme les magistrats du TA en allant jusqu’aux rapporteurs du Conseil D’État, Mme Pauline Jolivet et le Rapporteur public Edouard Crépey, personne n’en a tenu compte.

–Oublié le fait que Fievet a plaidé coupable en Angleterre sur injonction de l’attaché douanier en poste à Londres, Philippe Galy et sur demande insistante du patron de la DNRED Bernard Pouyanné qui avait garanti que Fievet puisse plaider ‘non coupable’ au Canada.

–Oublié que Christian Gatard, Bernard Roux , l’attaché douanier à Washington DC et le consul général de France, Olivier Arribe sont venus au Canada, dans les provinces maritimes lui demander de plaider coupable pour éviter de perturber le procès en cours contre les responsables des organisations criminelles canadiennes.

–Oubliées encore les plus de cent tonnes de stupéfiants saisies durant l’action de Fievet auprès de la DNRED, du British HM Custom Excise, du SVA espagnol, du DEA et des autorités douanières allemande, hollandaise et portugaise.

Pourtant, il résulte d’un principe général du droit que, lorsqu’un agent public est mis en cause par un tiers à raison de ses fonctions, et ce principe général du droit s’étend à toute personne à laquelle la qualité de collaborateur occasionnel du service public est reconnue, il incombe à la collectivité dont il dépend de le couvrir des condamnations civiles prononcées contre lui, dans la mesure où une faute personnelle détachable du service ne lui est pas imputable, de lui accorder sa protection dans le cas où il fait l’objet de poursuites pénales, sauf s’il a commis une faute personnelle, et, à moins qu’un motif d’intérêt général ne s’y oppose, de le protéger contre les menaces, violences, voies de fait, injures, diffamations ou outrages dont il est l’objet.

Le requérant ayant été collaborateur du service public en sa qualité d’aviseur des douanes a été condamné pour trafic de stupéfiants par les juridictions anglaise et canadienne et Jean Henri Hoguet, un ancien patron de la DNRED, n’a pas hésité à parler du « chantier » monté contre Marc Fievet par les agents du HM Customs excise.

La cour a souverainement apprécié les faits dont elle était saisie, sans les dénaturer, en estimant que si l’implication croissante de l’intéressé dans un réseau de trafiquants de drogue a été encouragée à l’origine par l’administration des douanes, les faits pour lesquels il avait été condamné étaient dépourvus de tout lien avec les fonctions exercées en sa qualité d’ informateur de l’administration des douanes et étaient donc détachables du service.

« Dépourvus de tout lien avec les fonctions exercées… »

C’est donc ce que pensent les rapporteurs du Conseil d’État, certes des spécialistes des actions d’infiltration au sein des organisations internationales de narcotrafic et des opérations douanières en général, qui démontrent par là une totale méconnaissance des contraintes de ce type d’actions menées par les services spéciaux.

En déduisant qu’ils étaient constitutifs d’une faute personnelle de l’intéressé et que, dès lors, l’administration n’avait pas commis de faute de nature à engager la responsabilité de l’État en refusant de lui octroyer à ce titre le bénéfice de la protection fonctionnelle, nos éminents rapporteurs estiment que la cour n’a pas commis d’erreur de droit ni d’erreur de qualification juridique des faits.

SOURCE : Conseil d’État, 10ème – 9ème chambres réunies, 13/01/2017, 386799, Publié au recueil Lebon

https://www.youtube.com/c/MarcFievetns55dnred/videos

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CANNABIS : la DEA reconnaît l’origine raciste de la prohibition

La Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), l’agence antidrogue américaine, reconnaît que sa création est issue du passage de lois antidrogue discriminatoires et racistes.

« L’augmentation de l’usage non médical – ainsi que les préjugés raciaux, ethniques et de classe – ont affecté l’opinion publique », ont-ils ajouté. « Ce qui avait été une condition médicale est devenu déviant ou criminel. Ce changement a conduit à une vague de lois contre l’héroïne, la marijuana et la cocaïne. »

Pour faire appliquer les nouvelles lois, une nouvelle agence appelée Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN) est alors créée sous l’égide du département du Trésor. Le FBN était le prédécesseur de la DEA.

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NARCOTRAFIC (DNRED 🇫🇷 ) : l’interview

Quand, en septembre 2007, un avion appartenant à la CIA s’est écrasé au Mexique et l’on a découvert qu’il transportait plus de 4 tonnes de cocaïne, qu’avez-vous pensé ? Quel est le lien entre les agents de la CIA transportant des musulmans kidnappés illégalement et le transport de cocaïne ?

NS 55 DNRED: lorsque j’ai lu cette news, j’ai immédiatement pensé que malgré les années qui passent, les gouvernements et les dirigeants des grands services de renseignements utilisaient toujours les mêmes méthodes pour trouver des fonds. Comment ne pas se souvenir d’Oliver North du temps de Bush père et d’Air America pour ne citer que ces deux exemples qui sont tombés dans le domaine public. Ayant travaillé pour la DEA et ayant pu constaté le manque total d’éthique morale des fonctionnaires que j’ai rencontrés, je ne suis pas étonné de ce type de transport par ces avions occupés à plein temps pour « faciliter » le « travail » de la CIA ou du DEA.

M’étant affronté au GAL, mouvement terroriste officieux, du gouvernement espagnol de Felipe Gonzalez, je peux affirmer que la morale classique que l’on attend de tous citoyens pour vivre en bonne intelligence avec ses concitoyens, ne fait absolument pas partie des paramètres à respecter par la plupart de nos gouvernements.


Quel est le pourcentage des stupéfiants saisis parmi les quantités qui transitent par les frontières européennes ?

NS 55 DNRED : Il faut d’abord souligner que l’on ne donne pas aux services chargés de la lutte contre les narcotrafics les moyens d’agir efficacement. En Europe , on arrête que 5% de la drogue . C’est le problème de la demande qu’il faudrait traiter, car il est illusoire de croire que l’on réglera la question en jugulant l’offre, ce qui est impossible dans un monde de plus en plus ouvert, avec des États aux motivations souvent antagonistes. Croit-on résoudre l’alcoolisme en supprimant l’alcool?

Si plus de 95% des stupéfiants passent entre les mailles du filet, cela veut dire que les narcotrafiquants peuvent agir en toute tranquillité ?

NS 55 DNRED : Les trafiquants demeurent particulièrement tranquilles. J’ai compris, dès le début de mon action, qu’il n’y avait pas de volonté réelle d’enrayer les narcotrafics. Ce qui continue de me choquer est le fait que la plupart de ces trafiquants, parfaitement identifiés, sont laissés en liberté. Ceux dont j’avais donné le nom et signalés comme étant actifs dans la dernière organisation que j’ai infiltrée en 1993, n’ont jamais été poursuivis. Claudio Pascuale Locatelli, qui avait pour conseiller le magistrat Catenacci et l’avocat Ciolla n’a jusqu’à ce jour pas été poursuivi pour les faits pour lesquels j’ai dû plaider coupable sur les consignes des autorités françaises. Quant à Carlos Hernandez Reumbeault, un cubano-colombien-espagnol, bien qu’arrêté en Suisse puis extradé vers le Canada sur des preuves accablantes de participation à ce trafic de cocaïne, il a été relaxé par la cour de Moncton au Nouveau Brunswick. Les centaines de milliers de dollars qu’il dépensât pour obtenir sa relaxe ne sont pas à verser au crédit de la justice canadienne.

D’après ce que j’ai pu expérimenter sur le terrain, il n’y a pas de réelle volonté politique de s’attaquer aux narcotrafics. On arrête de temps en temps un gros trafiquant, mais en même temps on continue d’en laisser d’autres libres d’agir. Les autorités font juste ce qu’il faut pour faire croire aux gens que l’État les protège mais, dans les faits, elles ne font pas grand chose.

Avez-vous pu comprendre comment ce marché mondial des drogues fonctionne et comment son contrôle étatique occulte se met en place ?

NS 55 DNRED : J’ai compris que, plus les citoyens sont soumis à la drogue, plus les Etats peuvent trouver de prétextes pour instaurer des mesures de plus en plus coercitives voire liberticides qui n’ inquiètent pas vraiment les narcotrafiquants et les dealers mais qui, par contre, diminuent les libertés des citoyens – qui, eux, respectent les lois. Sont donc renforcés les pouvoirs établis. Pour le reste du fonctionnement, il y a une demande importante et des Etats disposés à faciliter ou le transit ou la production de ces produits. Les pays producteurs de stupéfiants dont les économies dépendent en grande partie des revenus dus à l’exportation de la drogue sont de plus en plus nombreux.

Ces métiers d’infiltration ne sont-ils pas le plus souvent exercés par des repris de justice, donc des gens facilement corruptibles ?

NS 55 DNRED : Il est vrai que les gens que l’administration française engage en qualité  d’ « aviseur » ou d’  « indics » sont généralement des gens issus de la partie « obscure » de la société. En ce qui me concerne j’agissais en qualité d’agent infiltré dans le cadre des douanes. Je crois, que l’on peut mener des actions d’infiltration, sans être soi-même tordu et issu de ce monde « obscur ». L’action d’un agent infiltré permet, entre autres, d’apporter aux autorités en charge de la lutte des informations pour mieux comprendre le fonctionnement des trafics illégaux et des organisations criminelles. Si l’on veut lutter efficacement contre ce fléau de la drogue, il n’y a pas d’autre solution que l’infiltration. Il faut, bien sûr, savoir se doter de « gardes fous » pour être capable de s’abstenir de tirer des profits financiers du milieu louche dans lequel on est obligé de s’immerger. Cela dit, je ne peux nier le fait qu’il y a certaines actions d’infiltrations qui, d’un point de vue moral, peuvent poser question. Mais dans mon cas, ce sont les directives données par Nicolas Sarkozy, dès son arrivée à Bercy au Budget pour supprimer toutes les actions d’infiltration sans exfiltrer les agents infiltrés qui m’ont entraîné dans cette odyssée carcérale.

Quand Maciej Zaremba dit par exemple, que le Kosovo est le royaume de la corruption, de l’illégalité et du crime, et que « les officiels de l’ONU mentent, car ils sont liés à la mafia albanaise » les citoyens ont de quoi s’interroger quant à savoir si la mafia n’a pas déjà pénétré toutes les sphères étatiques et privées ?

NS 55 DNRED : Oui, et cela a été démontré. La solidarité entre les possédants, les narco-trafiquants, les politiciens et les grandes entreprises est si étroite qu’en Colombie, un baron de la drogue a pu déclarer sans faire scandale que 35 % des parlementaires étaient sous son contrôle.
Le comportement du président Uribe, peu enclin à chercher un arrangement avec la guérilla pour tirer d’affaire Ingrid Betancourt, s’explique par le fait qu’il est lui-même un fleuron de cette narco-bourgeoisie. Uribe explique que son père a été assassiné par les FARC. C’est vrai ! Mais il ne dit pas que son père, politicien lié aux narcotrafiquants, prêtait sa propriété pour les entraînements des paramilitaires. Il est mort justement lors d’une attaque des FARC contre ce camp d’entraînement. Pour tenter de sauver son père, le futur président emprunta un hélicoptère à un ami… Pablo Escobar, parrain de la drogue, assassiné depuis.

D’autre part, il ne faut jamais oublier que le troisième marché mondial est celui de la drogue. Ce marché n’est pas pris en compte comme il se devrait par les gouvernements. Durant la campagne électorale de 2007 en France, j’ai essayé d’attirer l’attention de Ségolène Royal et Nicolas Sarkozy sur cette question, mais sans succès. Il y a un système mafieux qui s’est instauré au plus haut niveau des États et des gouvernements. Un système étatique mafieux qui a des intérêts économiques communs avec les mafias liées au crime organisé ; même si ces deux entités ne sont pas associées et ne se retrouvent jamais à la même table.

Où vont les revenus de ce marché parallèle ?

NS 55 DNRED : Il y a des banlieues entières qui vivent de ce marché souterrain lié à la drogue. J’étais dernièrement dans les quartiers nord de Marseille à la rencontre d’associations. J’ai pu constater que la drogue ne provoquait plus le même rejet qu’il y vingt ou trente ans. La drogue fait aujourd’hui partie du décor social ! Bien sur, ce ne sont pas les commissaires de quartier, plus occupé à remplir des stats qui vous confirmeront cette situation. Oui, il s’agit d’un marché colossal qui se chiffre à plus de 400 milliards de dollars (Le rapport de l’ONU diffusé en juin 2005 annonçait 320 milliards). Les bénéfices sont eux de l’ordre de 200 milliards de dollars et le blanchiment d’argent sale de 150 milliards. Les bénéfices et les sommes en jeu sont colossales. En effet, les profits des petits et grands trafiquants sont immenses. La drogue restant une marchandise prohibée, son commerce est extrêmement lucratif: le marché de la drogue est celui qui connaît actuellement la plus forte expansion.

Prenons l’exemple de la Costa del Sol en Espagne. Les grands travaux qui, en l’espace de peu de temps, ont doté cette région très pauvre d’une infrastructure touristique extraordinaire, n’auraient pu se faire sans les intermédiaires qui ont blanchi l’argent qui provenait de la drogue. Ces investissements n’ont pu se réaliser sans des complicités au sein de l’État, du gouvernement de M. Felipe Gonzalez.

Même chose, en France sur la Côte d’Azur. Des ressortissants russes arrivent, investissent des sommes colossales dans l’immobilier, sans qu’aucune autorité ne vérifie d’où viennent les fonds investis !

On légalise le blanchiment de l’argent lié au crime et aux narcotrafics, sur une échelle vertigineuse, partout dans le monde, sans que cela n’alerte les autorités. Pourquoi ? Parce que ces investissements qui permettent aux économies souterraines liées au marché de la drogue de blanchir en toute impunité, servent les économies officielles. Partout l’on constate qu’il n’y a pas de réel contrôle de la part des autorités quant à l’origine de tous ces fonds occultes. Car ces fonds parallèles contribuent au développement des économies locales. Alors on ferme les yeux.

Nos gouvernements, même s’ils n’ont aucun lien direct avec les trafiquants, seraient complices dès lors qu’ils ne vérifient pas de manière stricte les origines des fonds qui arrivent dans telle ou telle région ?

NS 55 DNRED : Les grands blanchisseurs, en France, sont les grandes Banques institutionnelles. M. Arnaud Montebourg, député socialiste, est venu me rencontrer à Fresnes durant la période où je me trouvais en prison, dans le cadre d’une commission parlementaire qui devait enquêter sur le blanchiment d’argent. J’ai répondu à toutes ses questions. J’ai déclaré les noms des banques que j’avais personnellement « testés ». J’ai donné le nom des banques qui, suite à mon travail d’infiltration, s’étaient avérées actives dans le domaine du blanchiment d’argent sale. J’ai déclaré que, alors que je m’étais présenté sous la couverture d’un armateur, je n’avais rencontré aucune difficulté à faire blanchir dans les banques citées, les milliards de lires qui provenaient de l’organisation Locatelli que j’avais infiltrée.

Quelles sont les banques en question ?

NS 55 DNRED : La Barclays Bank, Le Banco Atlantico, l’ABN AMRO, la Banque Indo Suez, ainsi qu’une officine qui se trouvait au Liechtenstein. Je suis persuadé que, dans ces banques, les salles destinées à compter le « cash » qui provient des narcotrafics existent encore. J’ai eu par la suite la grande surprise de découvrir que mes déclarations -dûment enregistrées par M. Arnaud Montebourg et transcrites sur 30 pages, qui précisaient les noms des gens et des banques comme étant capables de recycler des sommes d’argent colossales sans états d’âme- ont été écartées car, selon la loi française, on ne pouvait pas les poursuivre. Seul, l’agent infiltré qui avait déclaré aurait été poursuivi…Comment alors faire confiance à nos institutions ?

Quand l’État nomme des commissions, quand des députés de l’Assemblée nationale vont enquêter, les gens croient que l’État est vraiment engagé dans le combat contre les narcotrafiquants, mais en réalité il n’en est rien. L’enquête conduite par les députés Montebourg et Peillon a permis à la principauté de Monaco, qui faisait partie du peloton de tête des blanchisseurs les plus malins, de sortir innocentée et de continuer d’être une place forte offshore de blanchiment.

Les États ne se concertent pas pour s’attaquer au narcotrafic sur une échelle mondiale. Il y a des intérêts étatiques particuliers, qui sont en concurrence, selon qu’il y ait des juridictions plus permissives que d’autres. Des places financières comme Luxembourg, Liechtenstein ou Gibraltar, réputées comme assez perméables, permettent ce que d’autres États ne peuvent s’autoriser qu’officieusement.

Quels sont les États mis en concurrence ?

NS 55 DNRED : L’État le plus performant d’entre tous est indubitablement celui des États-Unis. Sous prétexte d’apporter à d’autres États de l’aide et des conseils pour lutter contre la drogue, les USA imposent une politique générale à mener qui correspond aux intérêts supérieurs des seuls USA.

Dick Marty a donc raison quand il affirme « qu’il y a d’autres menaces tout aussi dangereuses que le terrorisme », qui sont « en train de causer des désastres immenses partout sur la planète » et qu’il est important de combattre ?

NS 55 DNRED : Je suis d’accord. Plus il y a du terrorisme, plus il y a de drogue, plus cela permettra la mise en place de mesures liberticides. Les gens acceptant de perdre leur liberté en pensant que ces lois répressives servent l’intérêt général.

Quels sont les moyens consacrés et combien de taupes l’État français a-t-il engagées pour surveiller les gens dans la lutte contre le terrorisme, en comparaison des moyens consacrés à la lutte contre les narcotrafics ?

NS 55 DNRED : Je ne suis pas en mesure de répondre à cette question. Ce que je sais, c’est que le narcotrafic est devenu l’une des principales sources de financement des organisations terroristes depuis l’  « abandon » du sponsoring international d’Honecker ou Kadhafi. L’IRA que j’avais infiltrée en est un des exemples.

Vous qui avez fréquenté ce monde de l’espionnage, vous ne devez pas ignorer, qu’aujourd’hui, l’infiltration des milieux qui débattent des questions de société est devenue plus intense que jamais. De simples citoyens, dont l’opinion dérange les pouvoirs établis, sont mis massivement sous surveillance. Cela vous paraît-il normal ? Avez-vous une idée du nombre de personnes qui ont pour tâche d’espionner des gens à leur insu ?

NS 55 DNRED : Les agents secrets de la DST ou des RG infiltraient tout groupe et mettaient sous surveillance toute personne soupçonnée d’avoir des opinions « dissidentes ». Demain ce seront les agents de la DRI qui continueront cette action. On parle d’environ 4000 fonctionnaires.


Agent infiltré au service de la France, celle-ci vous a lâché quand vous vous êtes retrouvé en prison. Ce sont-là les risques inhérent au métier ?

NS 55 DNRED : Les risques inhérents aux actions d’infiltration devraient être assumés par les autorités qui utilisent ce type d’actions. De Michel Charasse en passant par tous les directeurs généraux de la Douane française, tous ont trouvé le bon argument pour ne pas assumer. Et le fait que mon dossier soit classé secret défense n’a pas permis aux juges français de l’obtenir. Les douanes françaises dont dépendait le service de la DNRED qui m’employait, m’oublièrent plus de 10 ans et demi en prison par lâcheté et manque totale d’éthique morale. Il a fallu attendre une décision de justice de juin 2006 pour que je sois enfin blanchi et qu’il soit reconnu que l’étiquette de narcotrafiquant que l’on m’avait collé n’était qu’une manipulation juridico-policière.

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (DG de la douane – DNRED) : lettre ouverte au valet de plume Michel Baron (2 éme rappel)

Michel Baron

Mon cher Michel

Mon cher administrateur des douanes

Mon cher chef du bureau de la politique du dédouanement

Mon cher menteur

Mon cher tartuffe

Relisant tes écrits, j’ai pu constater que tu étais particulièrement performant dans l’art de la rhétorique mensongère.

Le 10 avril 2020, je t’avais écrit une lettre ouverte, que je t’ai envoyée à nouveau le 21 décembre 2021 mais tes nombreuses occupations ne t’ont pas permis de trouver le temps d’y répondre.

Ce 21 septembre 2022, je te la fais à nouveau parvenir, espérant que cette fois-ci, tu n’auras pas l’attitude d’un de tes prédécesseurs Gérard Schoen qui avait préféré s’enfuir en courant lorsque j’avais cherché à le rencontrer.

J’ai mis quelques photos pour te permettre de reconnaitre tes semblables !

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Ô, mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, constater une fois encore tes savantes manœuvres pour dégager la responsabilité de l’administration des douanes ne m’ont permis que de faire un constat, accablant pour toi, comme pour tes prédécesseurs Elizabeth Melscoet, Thomas Charvet et le gredin Erwan Guilmin : vous êtes des menteurs institutionnels !

Erwan Guilmin

Mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, sais tu que je ne peux accepter cette infamie savamment distillée par tes écris mensongers. Il m’est insupportable de constater qu’après avoir été encensé puis encouragé à infiltrer et infiltrer encore, tu ne souhaitais que flétrir tant de lauriers amassés. Mes actions qu’avec respect toute la hiérarchie de la DNRED admirait, mes informations précises qui tant de fois ont permis des saisies importantes, tant de fois valorisaient un service… aux actions que tu ne connais même pas ! Tu m’as trahi comme tu as trahi l’honneur de la douane tout entière en déformant sciemment l’action que j’ai menée suite aux volontés ministérielles de Michel Charasse.

Gérard Schoen

Mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, toi qui occupe un haut rang d’administrateur, comment peux tu l’occuper sans honneur? Tu as préféré emprunter les affabulations de tes prédécesseurs pour m’écarter de toutes réparations. Seras-tu un sprinter comme ce faquin de Gérard Schoen si tu me rencontrais ou préférerais-tu jouer les timides méprisants et dédaigneux, comme le fit Corinne Cleostrate, et t’éloigner sans me regarder ?

Corine Cleostrate

Mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, relire encore que toutes les turpitudes subies ne seraient la résultante que d’une erreur d’appréciation de ma part sur l’engagement de la douane sur lequel j’étais persuadé pouvoir compter, me trouble. En homme d’honneur que je suis, habitué à la parole donnée, il m’était difficile d’imaginer que tant de bassesses pouvait t’habiter.

Thomas Charvet

Mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, je te croyais honnête et factuel, n’hésitant pas à t’informer avant de m’emballer dans des écrits totalement infondés. Non, tu n’as rien demandé, te permettant alors de tordre le cou à la vérité des faits.

Mon cher Michel, mon cher administrateur des douanes, mon cher responsable des affaires juridiques et contentieuses, mon cher menteur, mon cher tartuffe, merci de transmettre mes meilleures civilités à ton entourage…douanier. »

Marc Fievet

Plus sur Marc Fievet

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François Auvigne

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ETATS-UNIS 🇺🇸 (DEA) : les dernières ‘Narconews’ au 20 septembre 2022

Leader of Drug Distribution Organization Sentenced to Ten Years

September 16, 2022

SEATTLE – The drug supplier to multiple members of a drug trafficking group distributing fentanyl, heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine throughout the Puget Sound region was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to ten years in prison, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Rodrigo Alvarez-Quinonez, 31, of Selma, California, was…

Victoria Resident that Fled Police with Handgun and Kilo of Meth Sent to Prison

September 16, 2022

VICTORIA, Texas – A 32-year-old Victoria man has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of possession with intent to distribute approximately one kilogram of meth, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux of the Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Daniel…

21 Indicted In Lawrence and Southbridge Area Cocaine and Fentanyl Trafficking Conspiracies

September 16, 2022

BOSTON – Twenty-one individuals have been indicted in federal court in Boston in connection with their alleged roles in drug trafficking organizations (DTOs) that distributed cocaine and fentanyl throughout the North Shore and Central Massachusetts. The following defendants have been charged with conspiracy to distribute and to possess with the…

Colchester Man Indicted for Federal Drug Offense

September 16, 2022

COLCHESTER, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on September 8, 2022, the Grand Jury returned an indictment charging Dominique Troupe (also known as “Wop” and “Juice”), 35, of Colchester with one count of possessing with intent to distribute cocaine base…

Colombian Man Sentenced to Nearly Five Years in Prison for Obstruction of Justice

September 16, 2022

BOSTON – A Colombian man, who was extradited from Colombia after indictment, has been sentenced in federal court in Boston for his role in three charges related to obstructing justice. Orlando Lopez Parra, 48, was sentenced to 57 months in prison and three years of supervised release. On May 12…

Dominican National Sentenced to 38 Months in Prison for Selling Oxycodone from New Britain Grocery Store

September 16, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that Jose Lugo, also known as “Domi,” 34, a citizen of the Dominican Republic, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to 38 months of imprisonment, followed by…

Leader of Lawrence Area Drug Trafficking Organization Pleads Guilty to Drug Conspiracy and Firearm Charges

September 16, 2022

BOSTON – The leader of a drug trafficking organization (DTO) has pleaded guilty to his involvement in a drug trafficking conspiracy that distributed fentanyl, heroin, cocaine, carfentanil and fentanyl analogue in and around the Lawrence area, as well as to possessing a loaded firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking offense…

Boston Man Pleads Guilty to His Role in Drug Trafficking Organization

September 16, 2022

BOSTON – A drug distributor within a Boston-area drug trafficking organization (DTO) has pleaded guilty to his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy involving cocaine and cocaine base (crack cocaine). Terrence Daye, 33, of Boston, pleaded guilty on Sept. 7, 2022 to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to…

Former Head of Gulf Cartel Receives Life Sentence for Importing Kilos of Drugs

September 15, 2022

BROWNSVILLE, Texas – A 51-year-old Mexican national who was head of Cartel del Golfo (CDG) from 2003 to 2012 has been ordered to prison and to pay millions for his role in conspiring to distribute cocaine and marijuana from Mexico into the United States, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special…

25 Charged in Drug Bust Targeting Recording Studio

September 14, 2022

DALLAS, TX – Twenty-five alleged drug traffickers have been charged in “Operation Papercheck Fresh,” announced DEA Dallas Special Agent in Charge Eduardo A. Chávez. During a large-scale operation last Thursday – which involved eight law enforcement agencies targeting nine locations, including a recording studio in Dallas’ Bryan Place neighborhood –…

Physician Sentenced after Taking Bribes from Drug Manufacturer

September 13, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Nixa, Mo., physician was sentenced in federal court today after taking bribes from a drug manufacturer in exchange for prescribing its fentanyl drug to his patients so often that he ranked highest in the state in net sales of the product. Randall Halley, 65, was sentenced…

Former Dentist Charged Federally with Illegally Distributing Prescription Opiates

September 13, 2022

SEATTLE – A former dentist who practiced in Renton until his license was indefinitely suspended by the Washington State Dental Commission, was indicted federally for four counts of distributing a controlled substance, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Luke Edward St. Marie, 34, appeared in federal court today and entered pleas…

Minnesota Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for Distributing Fentanyl that Caused 11 Overdose Deaths

September 12, 2022

ST. PAUL, Minn. – Aaron Broussard of Hopkins, Minnesota, has been sentenced to life in prison for distributing controlled substances, including fentanyl, which resulted in the deaths of 11 people and caused serious bodily injury to four people. “Let today’s sentencing serve as a wakeup call to the drug traffickers…

Yakima Man Sentenced to Ten Years in Federal Prison for Drug Trafficking

September 12, 2022

SPOKANE, Wash. – Vanessa R. Waldref, the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, announced today that Michael Ryan Shoemaker, 35, of Yakima, Washington, was sentenced in federal court in Yakima for Distribution of Fifty Grams or More of Pure (Actual) Methamphetamine. Chief United States District Judge Stanley…

Bathroom Shower No Place to Hide for Meth Trafficker Who Pleads Guilty

September 12, 2022

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A Jefferson City man was sentenced in federal court today for drug trafficking and illegally possessing a firearm. Mark Allan Moots, 38, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Bough to 10 years in federal prison without parole. On April 19, 2022, Moots pleaded guilty…

California Man Sentenced for ‘Extraordinary Quantity’ of Meth

September 12, 2022

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – A California man was sentenced in federal court today for transporting what court documents describe as “an extraordinary quantity of methamphetamine” in a borrowed car as he traveled from California through Missouri. Johnny Jordan Thompson, 48, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Bough to…

Woman Sentenced for Selling Prescription Drugs

September 09, 2022

ST. LOUIS — U.S. District Judge Sarah E. Pitlyk on Friday sentenced a woman from St. Charles, who fraudulently obtained prescription drugs for herself and her children and then sold them to others, including an undercover agent, to two years of probation, including four months of home detention, and 20…

Three Defendants Sentenced for $2.1 Million Meth Conspiracy

September 09, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two Mexican nationals and a St. Joseph, Mo., man were sentenced in federal court today for their roles in a $2.1 million conspiracy that distributed more than 100 kilograms of methamphetamine in the Kansas City metropolitan area and in northwest Missouri. Juan Guzman, also known as…

DEA Dedicates September 11th Memorial

September 09, 2022

WASHINGTON – On Friday, September 9, 2022, the Drug Enforcement Administration dedicated a memorial at DEA Headquarters in Arlington, Virginia to DEA New York Drug Enforcement Task Force Officers who have lost their lives from illness or disease caused by their work at Ground Zero after the terrorist attacks of…

Cuban national sentenced to 10 years in prison for drug trafficking, firearms offenses

September 08, 2022

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, announced that Ali Godoy, 51, a national of Cuba, was sentenced on Sept. 7 to 10 years in prison. Godoy pleaded guilty on May 24 to one count each of possession with intent to distribute…

Thirteen Defendants Charged in Imperial Valley Takedown of Drug Trafficking Network

September 08, 2022

SAN DIEGO – An indictment was unsealed in federal court today charging 10 alleged members of an Imperial Valley-based methamphetamine distribution network with drug trafficking and money laundering offenses. In addition, three more related defendants were charged today via complaint with drug trafficking offenses. In a coordinated multi-state takedown that…

Wasilla Drug Dealer Sentenced to 13 Years in Federal Prison

September 08, 2022

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – A Wasilla, Alaska, man was sentenced to 13 years in federal prison followed by eight years of supervised release for possessing heroin with the intent to distribute it. According to court documents and evidence presented at trial, Sedric Williams, 43, led the Alaska State Troopers on a…

Meth Dealer with Felony Record Sentenced to 20 Years

September 08, 2022

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – David A. Rodgers, 41, of Sikeston, Missouri, was sentenced to serve 20 years in federal prison for firearm and methamphetamine-trafficking offenses. After receiving information that Rodgers was distributing large quantities of methamphetamine, law enforcement officials obtained and executed a search warrant at his Sikeston home in…

Pill Mill Operator Convicted for Oxycodone Diversion

September 08, 2022

NEW YORK – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced that a jury returned a guilty verdict yesterday against Purificacion Cristobal for her participation in a conspiracy to distribute oxycodone without a legitimate medical purpose acting outside the usual course of professional practice…

Rhode Island Man Sentenced for Conspiracy to Distribute Fentanyl and Cocaine

September 08, 2022

BOSTON – A Rhode Island man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston for his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy involving fentanyl and cocaine. Armando Gomes, 34, of Central Falls, Rhode Island, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to two years in…

California Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Trafficking Meth into Southern Oregon

September 08, 2022

MEDFORD, Ore.—On September 7, 2022, a San Diego, California man was sentenced to federal prison for trafficking large quantities of methamphetamine from Southern California to Southern Oregon for redistribution and sale. Martin Jesus Velasco, 39, was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison and three years of supervised release. According…

Hartford Man Charged with Drug Distribution and Gun Possession Offenses

September 08, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Brian D. Boyle, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, today announced that a federal grand jury in Hartford has returned a seven-count indictment charging JAHQUAN BLACKWIN, also known as…

Lawrence Man Sentenced for Fentanyl Trafficking and Illegal Reentry into the U.S.

September 08, 2022

BOSTON – A Dominican man residing in Lawrence has been sentenced for fentanyl trafficking and illegal reentry into the United States after being deported. Jefri Paulino, 26, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV on Aug. 31, 2022 to 10 years in prison and five…

Boston Man Pleads Guilt to Drug Trafficking Following Two-Kilogram Cocaine Deal

September 08, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man pleaded guilty yesterday in connection with selling two kilograms of cocaine and possessing nearly one kilogram of heroin and a high-powered rifle in East Boston. Carlos Acosta Estrella, 33, pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of…

Osteopathic Physician Sentenced for Illegally Prescribing Drug

September 07, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Ronnie L. White on Wednesday sentenced an osteopathic physician from Collinsville, Illinois, to a year in prison for illegally prescribing an anti-anxiety drug. Matthew Steven Miller, 43, wrote prescriptions for the anti-anxiety drug Xanax for six people who were not his patients between 2016…

Gang Member Sentenced to Federal Prison for Meth Trafficking

September 07, 2022

AUGUSTA, Ga. — A member of a violent white supremacist street gang has been sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison after pleading guilty to trafficking methamphetamine. Donnie Lee Curtis Jr., 37, of Tunnel Hill, Ga., was sentenced to 144 months in prison after previously pleading guilty to…

Selling Synthetic Drugs Results in $9.2M Forfeiture and Prison for Seven

September 07, 2022

HOUSTON – The seventh and final member involved in a synthetic narcotics distribution network has been ordered to federal prison, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge of the Houston Division Daniel C. Comeaux and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Frank Gonzalez, 61, Mesa, Arizona, pleaded guilty Aug…

Former LAX TSA Officer Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Charges

September 06, 2022

LOS ANGELES – A federal judge last week sentenced a former Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Officer to 2 years and 3 months in federal prison for participating in a narcotics-trafficking conspiracy. United States District Judge John A. Kronstadt on Thursday, September 1st sentenced ex-TSA Officer Ronald McCrea, 32, who pleaded…

Buffalo Man Going to Prison for Selling Butryl Fentanyl that Caused the Deaths of Two People

September 06, 2022

BUFFALO, NEW YORK – Nino Buggs, who was convicted of possession with intent to distribute, and distribution of, butyryl fentanyl and U-47700, was sentenced to serve 168 months in prison by U.S. District Judge John L. Sinatra, Jr. Assistant U.S. Attorney Brendan T. Cullinane, who handled the case, stated that…

Oakland Money Service Business Owner and Employees Charged with Laundering Drug Proceeds

September 02, 2022

OAKLAND, Calif. – The Office of the United States Attorney filed federal criminal complaints charging money service business employees Griselda Cancelada Liceaga, Veronica Mora, and Yoselin Perez Ramirez with conspiracy to commit money laundering and identity theft in connection with a scheme to facilitate wire transfers for drug traffickers sending…

Perry Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison for Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine

September 02, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Stephen Lance Gamble, 46, of Perry, Florida, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison, on August 31, 2022, after previously pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine or 500 grams or more…

Mexican National Sentenced to Nearly 20 Years for Trafficking Dozens of Kilograms of Methamphetamine and Possessing a Shotgun and Three Handguns

September 02, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Steven D. Merryday has sentenced Evaristo Marin-Dominguez (34, Michoacan, Mexico) to 19 years and 7 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine. Marin-Dominguez had pleaded guilty on April 26, 2022. According…

Plant City Man Pleads Guilty to Mexican Methamphetamine Drug Conspiracy

September 02, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that Ubertino Zavala-Perez (58, Plant City) today pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Zavala-Perez faces a maximum penalty of life in federal prison. A sentencing date has not yet been scheduled. According to the plea agreement, Zavala-Perez conspired with…

Lake City Man Sentenced to Five Years for Illegally Possessing Firearms and Distributing Crack Cocaine

September 02, 2022

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Brian J. Davis has sentenced Edrick D. Jackson (28, Lake City) to five years in federal prison for distributing cocaine base (“crack” cocaine) and for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon. The court also ordered Jackson to forfeit the ammunition and firearms involved…

DEA Warns of Brightly-Colored Fentanyl Used to Target Young Americans

September 01, 2022

SEATTLE, Wash. – The Drug Enforcement Administration is advising the public of an alarming emerging trend of colorful fentanyl available across the United States. In August 2022, DEA and our law enforcement partners seized brightly-colored fentanyl and fentanyl pills in 18 states. Dubbed “rainbow fentanyl” in the media, this trend…

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OFAST 🇫🇷 : la française anti-stups

Les narcos disposent de moyens quasiment illimités et n’ont aucune “contrainte” d’avoir à respecter des lois et autres procédures qu’ils peuvent continuer à agir efficacement pour satisfaire une demande chaque mois en progression et cela, contrairement aux régaliennes dépendant de l’OFAST (Douane, DNRED, Gendarmerie et Police) en charge de lutter contre le narco-business et le crime organisé, qui elles, sont tenues de respecter des procédures longues et souvent fastidieuses empêchant très souvent la réactivité et l’efficacité nécessaires à ce type d’actions.

Florian Colas de la DNRED cherche à obtenir la classification « SECRET DÉFENSE  » qui autorisera donc toutes actions interdites par les lois, règles et obligations en vigueur.

Le ministre Michel Charasse avait fait classifier « secret défense » l’ensemble de l’action de Marc Fievet et Jean Puons, le boss de la DNRED n’a pas réussi à convaincre le Directeur Général François Auvigne d’intervenir pour sortir NS 55 de l’échelon nantais, lyonnais, marseillais, parisien, du SVA espagnol, du HM Customs excise et de la DEA de la tourmente « juridico-administrative » dans laquelle il avait été plongé. Aujourd’hui, l’attitude scélérate de Bercy et de la DG de la Douane française qui consiste à vouloir faire passer Marc Fievet pour un narcotrafiquant démontre si besoin était que chez ces gens-là l’éthique et la morale ne sont pas des vertus qu’ils affectionnent. Plus même, ils ne respectent pas une décision de justice qui a blanchi Marc Fievet!

La “guerre contre la drogue” prônée par nos politiques, hauts fonctionnaires et lobbyistes laisse penser qu’une victoire finale serait possible. Une telle guerre est impossible à gagner, puisqu’ on ne peut pas éradiquer la criminalité!

Une telle guerre ne fait qu’entretenir et conforter une situation qui se dégrade d’années en années et favorise un marché en pleine expansion.

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EE.UU. atribuye el alijo de 3.824 kilos de cocaína del Karar a un capo colombiano

Sócrates Gabriel Barros, alias Chun, llevaba años en el punto de mira policial en su país y en los EE.UU., que solo en el 2016 le atribuye 14.000 de cocaína incautados en diferentes buques. También le otorga la capacidad de enviar alijos a Centroamérica, el mar Caribe y Europa.

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 : la DNRED fait sa pub…

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FRANCE (Douane française) : le spectre de la DNRED

Marc Fiévet, aka «NS55», est le 55e aviseur recruté par l’échelon nantais de la DNRED. Le skipper a 44 ans lorsqu’il est «tamponné» en 1988 par les douanes à Gibraltar, la minuscule enclave britannique située à la pointe sud de l’Espagne.

Le cargo MELOR financé par Bercy

C’est la grande époque de la Costa del Sol, devenue en quelques années le nouvel épicentre du trafic de drogue en Europe. Proposant aux malfrats de convoyer leur came à bord de son voilier, NS55 répercute toutes les informations en temps réel à ses officiers traitants, ébahis devant l’audace de cet aviseur hors pair.

Ses résultats sont tellement extraordinaires que Charasse le reçoit en personne à Bercy, et vient lui rendre visite à Marbella.

Encouragé, Fiévet a ouvert un bar-restaurant, en association avec la Douane Française, dans la station balnéaire d’ESTEPONA, le Saint-Georges, où se bousculent la pègre locale et les truands de passage. Mais au fil des saisies, la pression n’en finit pas de se resserrer sur NS55.

Le 23 septembre 1994, il est interpellé dans le sud de l’Espagne. Deux mandats d’arrêt internationaux ont été émis contre lui par le Canada et le Royaume-Uni, convaincus de son rôle dans l’importation de plusieurs tonnes de drogue sur leur territoire.

Lâché par ses ex-amis douaniers, Marc Fiévet fera plus de dix ans de prison entre l’Espagne, l’Angleterre, le Canada et la France.

Depuis, son spectre flotte toujours sur l’histoire du service.

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Le « SECRET DÉFENSE » est toujours appliqué au dossier de Marc Fievet

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Il semblerait que l’honneur ne soit pas une vertu connue par les DG Comolli, Viala, Duhamel, Cadiou, Auvigne, Mongin, Fournel, Crocquevieille, Gintz et Braun-Lemaire

La honte « ad vitam aeternam » sur les DG de la Douane Française

avec la médaille d’or pour l’énarque IGF François Auvigne

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : les dernières « narco-news » du 24 aout 2022

Perry Man Convicted of Drug Trafficking Charges

August 24, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A federal jury in Tallahassee convicted Beyah Islam Basha, 44, of Perry, Florida, of two counts of distribution of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine and conspiracy to distribute or possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more of methamphetamine. The guilty verdict, returned yesterday, at…

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Mexican National Faces Federal Drug Trafficking Charges in New Mexico

August 23, 2022

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, announced today that Carlos Arturo “Ochenta” Quintana, 40, was arraigned on an indictment charging him with conspiracy to import a controlled substance into the United States. A federal grand jury returned a superseding indictment charging…

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Drug Dealer Sentenced to 25 Years for Selling Drugs, Causing Overdoses, and Disposing of a Body

August 23, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – U.S. District Judge William F. Jung has sentenced Sherman Michael Puckett (34, Clearwater) to 25 years in federal prison for conspiring to distribute 40 grams or more of fentanyl, 10 grams or more of fentanyl analogues, 5 grams or more of methamphetamine, and heroin; and obstructing of…

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Jury Convicts Five Traffickers for Attempting to Smuggle More Than $20 Million of Cocaine in International Waters

August 23, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States (U.S.) Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that a federal jury has found Isaac Enriquez Oyando (34, Mexico), Romeo Santos Hernandez (36, Mexico), John Macias Agua (34, Ecuador), Jaime Velez Arcentales (40, Ecuador) and Eddy Anchundia Velez (32, Ecuador) guilty of conspiracy and possession with the…

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Two Walton County Men Convicted on Drug Trafficking Charges

August 23, 2022

PENSACOLA, Fla. – A federal jury in Pensacola has convicted Kenneth Ingram, 62, and Kadeem Ingram, 32, both of DeFuniak Springs, Florida for the offenses of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine and 28 grams or more of cocaine base and…

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New Jersey Man Indicted After Joint Investigation Uncovers Interstate Fentanyl Mailing Operation

August 23, 2022

STATEN ISLAND, NEW YORK – A New Jersey man has been arrested and indicted on charges of first-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and related charges in connection with an interstate fentanyl mailing operation that utilized mailing facilities on Staten Island to ship thousands of fake pills across the…

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New York Man Sentenced to 8 Years for Meth Conspiracy

August 22, 2022

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – Jeremy Inderyas, 37, of Brooklyn, New York, was sentenced in federal court on Thursday, August 18, 2022, to 100 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Inderyas had previously pled guilty in federal court to the methamphetamine conspiracy…

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Fentanyl Dealer Responsible for Dozens of Drug Overdoses Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison

August 22, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Thomas Barber has sentenced Marvin “MJ” Mitchell (36, St. Petersburg) to 15 years in federal prison for conspiracy and possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl, heroin, and crack cocaine. Mitchell had pleaded guilty on April 14, 2022. According to court documents and evidence…

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East Bay Man Sentenced to More Than 5 Years for Sale of Fentanyl That Killed a Young Woman

August 22, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – Gage Pascoe was sentenced to 68 months in federal prison for distributing pills laced with fentanyl that caused a Walnut Creek woman’s overdose death, announced United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon. The sentence was handed down…

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DEA Recognizes National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day

August 21, 2022

WASHINGTON – On Sunday, August 21, the Drug Enforcement Administration will recognize National Fentanyl Prevention and Awareness Day by joining the many voices dedicated to educating the public on the serious dangers of fentanyl poisoning from fake pills and other illicit drugs. DEA supports the efforts of several organizations –…

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ESPAÑA 🇪🇸 : Greco Galicia marca un hito al incautar 43.000 kilos de cocaína y hachís en 2021

La DEA estadounidense, la NCA británica, la Ofast de Francia, la Politie de Holanda o la Policía Nacional de Colombia son los principales socios de la unidad con base en la Comisaría Provincial. La colaboración de todas ellas con los Greco se traduce en éxitos internacionales de relumbrón. Así, 2021 comenzó con uno de esos trabajos conjuntos orquestados en Pontevedra que descubrió un nuevo modus operandi de los grupos de narcos que operan en el Atlántico, con numerosas embarcaciones para un mismo alijo.

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : toutes les dernières ‘narco-news’ au 21 juillet 2022

DEA, J-Town Police Seize 31 Kilos of Drugs in Louisville

July 21, 2022

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Louisville DEA agents, working with the Jeffersontown Police Department, intercepted 30 kilograms of cocaine and one kilogram of Fentanyl on July 10, 2022. Officials said that the drugs were intended to be distributed in and around the greater Louisville area and eastern Kentucky. The announcement comes from…

Minnesota Pharmacist Pleads Guilty to Misappropriating and Adulterating Prescription Pain Medication

July 20, 2022

MINNEAPOLIS – A Minneapolis woman has pleaded guilty to misappropriating and adulterating prescription morphine while working as a pharmacist. According to court documents, on October 30, 2019, Jennifer Lee Draheim, 42, a pharmacist at Coburn’s Pharmacy in Ramsey, removed a bottle of morphine sulfate from the Scheduled Drug Cabinet and…

Columbia Man Sentenced to 15 Years in Federal Prison for Drug and Firearms Crimes

July 20, 2022

COLUMBIA, SOUTH CAROLINA — Ralph Allison Pitt, Jr., 46, of Columbia, was sentenced to 15 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possessing with intent to distribute methamphetamine and possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Evidence presented to the Court showed that, on December 6…

Oklahoma City Hospital Pays $120,000 to Settle Civil Penalty Claims

July 19, 2022

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – INTEGRIS ProHealth, Inc., and its parent, INTEGRIS Health, Inc. (collectively, “INTEGRIS”) paid $120,000 to settle civil penalty claims stemming from allegations that Integris Baptist Medical Center Pharmacy (“Integris Pharmacy”), which is owned and operated by INTEGRIS ProHealth, Inc., violated the Comprehensive Drug Abuse Prevention and Control…

Approximately 100,000 Fake Oxycodone Pills Containing Fentanyl

July 19, 2022

LOS ANGELES – Two Arizona men face federal charges after the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Los Angeles Field Division’s Enforcement Group 2, in coordination with the Burbank Police Department, seized 100,000 fake oxycodone pills. A criminal complaint filed in federal court alleges that, in the early morning hours of…

18 Defendants Indicted for Meth Conspiracy

July 19, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Eighteen defendants have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute large amounts of methamphetamine in southwest Missouri after law enforcement officers seized approximately 29 pounds of methamphetamine, approximately $57,000, and firearms. Brian E. Hall, 45, of Aurora, Mo., Jacqueline…

East Windsor Man Admits Role In Oxycodone Prescription Fraud Scheme

July 19, 2022

EAST WINDSOR, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that an East Windsor man has admitted his role in a scheme to acquire and distribute oxycodone obtained through fraudulent prescriptions. On July 5, 2022, JAYSON KEMP, 45, pleaded guilty before U.S. District…

Naugatuck Man Sentenced To 25 Years In Federal Prison Trafficking Heroin And Crack In Bridgeport

July 19, 2022

NAUGATUCK, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that ANTONIO SMALL, also known as “Tone” and “Bert,” 30, formerly of Naugatuck, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to 300 months of imprisonment, followed by five years of…

Accused Major Heroin Trafficker Extradited from Colombia for Prosecution in New York City

July 18, 2022

NEW YORK – An accused major trafficker was extradited from Colombia to face charges associated with smuggling and selling multi-kilogram quantities of heroin in New York City and for coordinating an international money-laundering scheme. Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) New…

Illinois Man Sentenced to 138 Months for Drug Trafficking, Gun Crimes

July 18, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Todd C. Smith, Assistant Special Agent in Charge at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Harris for the Central District of Illinois announced that Qwanell Jones, 27, of Alton, Illinois, was sentenced on July 11, 2022, to an aggregate term of 138 months…

Syracuse Man Pleads Guilty to Distribution of “Molly”

July 15, 2022

SYRACUSE, NY – Rory R. Williams, aka “Wildman,” aka “Wild,” aka “Man,” aka “Shawn Carter,” age 45, of Syracuse, New York, pled guilty yesterday to distributing N-Ethylpentylone, also known as “molly,” a Schedule I controlled substance. The announcement was made by United States Attorney Carla B. Freedman, Matt Scarpino, Special…

DEA Miami Field Division Warns of Alarming Increase in Suspected Fentanyl-Related Overdoses in Florida

July 15, 2022

MIAMI – Today, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Miami Field Division has issued a Public Safety Alert to warn Florida communities of the increase of mass-overdose events across the state suspected to be related to drug supplies laced with a synthetic opioid. While law enforcement agencies continue to investigate these…

Suburban Chicago Physician Charged with Federal Health Care Fraud

July 15, 2022

CHICAGO — Robert Bell, Special Agent in Charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch, Jr., for the Northern District of Illinois, announced that a suburban Chicago physician prescribed opioids to patients without a medical examination or visit and then fraudulently billed Medicare…

Siblings Sentenced for Meth Trafficking from Arizona to Wisconsin

July 15, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – John G. McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, and U.S. Attorney Timothy M. O’Shea for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Douglas Mack, 45, Phoenix, Arizona, and Emily Mack, 36, Madison, Wisconsin, were sentenced this week by U.S. District Judge William…

Oklahoma Prison-Based Drug Trafficking Organization Resulted in 21 Defendants Being Convicted

July 15, 2022

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK – A three-year investigation into an Oklahoma prison-based drug trafficking organization has resulted in 21 defendants being convicted across multiple federal cases. The wrap-up of this investigation and prosecution is jointly announced by Robert J. Troester, United States Attorney, Eduardo A. Chávez, DEA Special Agent in Charge…

Seymour Man Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In Federal Prison For Drug And Firearm Offenses

July 15, 2022

SEYMOUR, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, today announced that LOUIE McDOWELL, 49, of Seymour, was sentenced yesterday by U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson in Hartford to 66 months of imprisonment, followed by five years of supervised release, for narcotics distribution and…

Rochester Man Pleads Guilty To Distributing More Than 400 Grams Of Fentanyl

July 15, 2022

CONCORD, N.H. – Dawson Boston, 23, of Rochester, pleaded guilty in federal court to one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute fentanyl, and two counts of distribution of fentanyl, United States Attorney Jane E. Young announced today. According to court documents and statements made…

Holyoke, Massachusetts Man Sentenced for Armed Drug Trafficking

July 15, 2022

HOLYOKE, Mass. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Daeshawn Jones, 21, of Holyoke, Massachusetts was sentenced on July 12 in United States District Court to 47 months’ imprisonment. Jones had previously pleaded guilty to conspiring to distribute heroin, cocaine base, and…

Boston Gang Associate Sentenced For Cocaine Trafficking And Firearm Offenses

July 15, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston gang associate was sentenced today for cocaine and firearm offenses in connection with his role in a cocaine trafficking conspiracy. Renardo Williams, 45, of South Boston, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to time served (approximately 32 months in prison) and six…

Federal Charges Brought Against Stanislaus County Men After 440 Pounds of Methamphetamine Seized

July 14, 2022

FRESNO, Calif. — A federal grand jury returned a two-count indictment today against Hugo Vigil Villagomez, 42, of Oakdale, and Serafin Villagomez Vigil, 27, of Riverbank, charging them with possessing and conspiring to possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert and…

Stockton Methamphetamine Traffickers Charged

July 14, 2022

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal grand jury returned a one-count indictment today against Stockton residents Jose Curiel, 35, and Roberto Tostado-Cadenas, 43, charging them with conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert announced. According to court documents, Curiel and Cadenas arranged to…

DEA Los Angeles Field Division Makes Historic Seizure of Approximately 1 Million Fentanyl Pills

July 14, 2022

LOS ANGELES – The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Los Angeles Field Division High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Group 48, seized approximately 1 million fake pills containing fentanyl in Inglewood, Calif. earlier this month. This record-breaking bust is the largest seizure of fentanyl pills DEA has made in California…

Cumberland County joins the Liberty Mid-Atlantic HIDTA

July 14, 2022

BRIDGETON, N.J. – Cumberland County is the latest region to be assigned the designation of being a High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) through the federally funded HIDTA program, Susan A. Gibson, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division, and Jennifer Webb-McRae, Cumberland County Prosecutor…

Nassau County Repeat-Offender Sentenced to More Than Seven Years in Federal Prison for Meth Offense

July 14, 2022

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Shawn Andrew Wilson (47, Fernandina Beach) has been sentenced to seven years and eight months in federal prison for possessing with the intent to distribute 50 grams or more of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine and for violating the conditions of his…

DEA St. Louis Division Seizes Record 400+ pounds of Meth

July 13, 2022

ST. LOUIS – A man from Wildwood, Missouri, has been caught with at least 400 pounds of methamphetamine, federal charging documents allege. Kolby L. Kristiansen, 68, was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday with possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine. Charging documents say that investigators located a storage unit…

Missouri Man Charged in Suspected Overdose Death of Mother of Three

July 13, 2022

ST. LOUIS – A man suspected of supplying drugs to a St. Charles mother who died last month was indicted Wednesday on a charge of possession and distribution of fentanyl. The woman’s children, ages 2, 4 and 2 months, had been alone in a bedroom after their mother’s death for…

Drug Dealing Pilot Who Attempted to Hire a Hitman is Sentenced to Federal Prison

July 13, 2022

MEDFORD, Ore.—A Josephine County, Oregon man who distributed marijuana throughout the U.S. using his private airplane, and who hired a hitman to kill a drug trafficking associate, was sentenced to federal prison today. John Tobe Larson, 71, was sentenced to 35 months in federal prison and five years of supervised…

Federal Indictment Names 14 Defendants in Drug-Distribution Conspiracy Coordinated from Inside a Georgia Prison

July 13, 2022

BRUNSWICK, GA – A newly unsealed federal indictment charges 14 defendants in a South Georgia drug trafficking conspiracy alleged to have been directed from inside a Georgia state prison. The indictment in Operation Pope’s G.O.A.L., an Organized Crime Drug Trafficking Task Force investigation, alleges the drug trafficking conspiracy distributed methamphetamine…

Former Oregon Dentist Pleads Guilty in Federal Drug Case

July 13, 2022

PORTLAND, Ore.—A former Clackamas, Oregon dentist pleaded guilty today to illegally distributing controlled substances, including prescription drugs, and anabolic steroids. Salwan Wesam Adjaj, 43, a resident of West Linn, Oregon, waived indictment and pleaded guilty to a one-count information charging him with distributing and possessing with intent to distribute controlled…

New Mexico Pharmacy Agrees to Settlement Relating to Violations of the Controlled Substances Act

July 12, 2022

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, announced today that Joe’s Pharmacy of Peralta, New Mexico, has agreed to pay to the United States $50,000 representing civil penalties under the Controlled Substances Act (CSA). The agreement settles civil claims against Joe’s Pharmacy…

Virginia Man Sentenced for Conspiracy to Distribute Meth on the Darknet

July 12, 2022

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – A Fairfax, Virginia man was sentenced today to 52 months for conspiring to distribute between 15 and 45 kilograms of pills containing methamphetamine via the darknet. According to court documents, from about May 2019 through December 2019, Tyler Pham, 39, conspired to distribute peach tablets advertised as…

Columbia Man Indicted for Fentanyl Trafficking

July 12, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Columbia, Mo., man was indicted by a federal grand jury today for possessing fentanyl that he intended to distribute in Springfield, Mo. Michael E. Hunt, Jr., 41, was charged in an indictment returned by a federal grand jury in Springfield with one count of possessing fentanyl…

Eastern Shore Drug Trafficker Pleads Guilty & Sentenced on Drug Charges

July 12, 2022

Salisbury, Md., — Eric Holbrook, age 41, of Fruitland, Maryland, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court on June 27, 2022, to possession with intent to distribute narcotics and was sentenced to six years imprisonment. According to his guilty plea, during January and February 2020, Holbrook engaged in the distribution of…

Two Day Stretch in Omaha Nets 32,000 Fake Fentanyl Pills

July 12, 2022

OMAHA, Neb.–Investigators with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Omaha Division seized approximately 32,000 fake pills in Omaha, some laced with lethal doses of fentanyl, in a two-day span beginning July 8. During the first six months of 2022, DEA investigators seized approximately 151,500 pills in Nebraska, marking an 83 percent…

Virginia Drug Dealer Sentenced to Federal Prison for Multi-State Drug Conspiracy and Distribution

July 11, 2022

Greenbelt, Md – U.S. District Judge Paula Xinis sentenced Darick Knighton, age 44, of Alexandria, Virginia, to five years in federal prison, followed by four years of supervised release, for conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance and distribution of a controlled substance. The sentence…

Kansas Man Sentenced in International Drug Smuggling Ring

July 11, 2022

KANSAS CITY, KAN.– A Kansas man was sentenced to 144 months in prison for his role in an international drug trafficking ring. Back in April 2022, Jovanny Medina, 24, of Kansas City, Kansas, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute 50 grams or more…

Over 150 Pounds of Crystal Meth is Seized in Manhattan

July 11, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Two men from Southern California were arrested in Manhattan over the past week in connection with the transportation of large-scale shipments of crystal methamphetamine to New York. Two loads totaling approximately 75 kilograms (165 pounds), with a street value of $1.2 million, were intercepted during a…

Manchester Man Sentenced To More Than Seven Years In Prison For Drug Trafficking

July 11, 2022

Concord, NH – Wilgfrido Valnodis Arias-Mejia, 46, a citizen of the Dominican Republic most recently residing in Manchester, was sentenced today to 91 months in federal prison for conspiring to sell fentanyl and other substances around the Manchester area, United States Attorney Jane E. Young announced. According to court documents…

Cross-Country Methamphetamine Conspiracy Halted in Washington County

July 08, 2022

Abingdon, Va., – A man, formerly from California, who recently relocated to Southwest Virginia, was found guilty of conspiracy and drug distribution charges following a three-day jury trial in the United States District Court in Abingdon, Jarod Forget, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Washington Division, United States Attorney…

St. Louis Man Admits Role in Double Fatal Shooting during Drug Robbery

July 08, 2022

ST. LOUIS – A man from St. Louis pleaded guilty to drug and gun charges July 8 and admitted a role in a triple shooting in 2021 that killed two. Antaveon Bernard Le’Vell Kent, 22, admitted participating in a plan to steal marijuana that led to the March 16, 2021…

Federal Charges Filed Following Record-Breaking Methamphetamine Seizure

July 08, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Four men were charged today with federal drug trafficking offenses following the seizure of more than 5,000 pounds of methamphetamine discovered already inside the U.S. in two trucks in National City, California. This is believed to be one of the largest methamphetamine seizures in San Diego County…

Convicted Felon Sentenced to More Than 8 Years in Federal Prison for Firearm and Cocaine Distribution Offenses

July 08, 2022

OCALA, Fla. –Jeffrey Walt Boston (45, Orlando) has been sentenced to 8 years and 8 months in federal prison for possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and for possessing with the intent to distribute a mixture and substance containing cocaine. He was also required to forfeit the firearm and…

Tampa Man Arrested on Fifteen-Count Indictment For Firearm and Narcotics Offenses

July 08, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces the return of an indictment charging Magdiel Carmona (27, Tampa) with one count of conspiracy to distribute narcotics, four counts of possession with the intent to distribute narcotics, four counts of carrying a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking…

Gulfport Man Sentenced to More Than 11 Years in Federal Prison for Armed Drug Trafficking

July 08, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. –Calfus W. Drummond (37, Gulfport) has been sentenced to 11 years and 6 months in federal prison for possession with the intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl; 500 grams or more of methamphetamine; cocaine and marijuana; and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a…

Indianapolis Man Sentenced to 20 Years for Meth Trafficking, Firearm Offense

July 08, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that Richard Hornsby, 39, of Indianapolis, was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to possession with intent to…

Traffickers Admit to Smuggling Meth in Fire Extinguishers for Cartel

July 08, 2022

LAREDO, Texas – Two Texas men have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute 34.5 kilograms of liquid meth associated with the Cartel Del Noreste (CDN), announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Bonifacio Turrubiates, 48, Laredo…

Major Black Tar Heroin Conspiracy Three Men in Prison

July 08, 2022

HOUSTON – Three men have been ordered to federal prison following their convictions of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Esteban Lopez Hernandez, 41, illegally resided in Katy…

St. Petersburg Man Sentenced for His Involvement in DTO

July 08, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. –Shyron Deonta Givens, a/k/a “Ron,” (45, St. Petersburg) was sentenced in federal court to 5 years and 10 months in federal prison for conspiring to distribute cocaine. Givens had pleaded guilty on April 16, 2021. According to court documents, Givens was one of eleven defendants charged with federal…

Directing Transportation of Drugs Lands Local Meth Trafficker in Prison

July 08, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 34 year-old man has been ordered to federal prison for 27 years for drug trafficking, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Henry Wilkinson pleaded guilty Nov. 23, 2021. Today, U.S. District…

Five Alleged Members Of Enfield-Area Drug Trafficking Organization Indicted

July 08, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Brian D. Boyle, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, and Enfield Police Chief Alaric Fox today announced that a federal grand jury in Hartford has returned a five-count indictment charging…

Boston Man Arrested In Counterfeit Fentanyl Pills Conspiracy

July 08, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man was arrested yesterday for his alleged participation in a conspiracy to distribute thousands of counterfeit prescription pills containing fentanyl. Alexis Radhames Diaz Tejeda, 44, was charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute 400 grams or more of…

Collinsville Osteopathic Physician Admits Illegally Prescribing Drug

July 07, 2022

ST. LOUIS – An osteopathic physician from Collinsville, Illinois, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court Tuesday and admitted illegally prescribing an anti-anxiety drug. Matthew Steven Miller, 43, pleaded guilty in front of U.S. District Judge Ronnie L. White to one count of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and one…

San Diego Resident Pleads Guilty to Distributing Fentanyl that Resulted in 15-Year-Old’s Death

July 07, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Kaylar Junior Tawan Beltranlap of San Diego pleaded guilty today to distributing a fake pill containing fentanyl that killed a 15-year-old Coronado High School sophomore, referred to in court records as C.J.S., on May 12, 2021. During the change of plea hearing, Beltranlap admitted to utilizing his…

Two Indiana Men Indicted for Trafficking Fentanyl and Allegedly Manufacturing Fentanyl-Laced Fake Pills Using a Pill Press

July 07, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that a federal grand jury in Evansville, Indiana, returned an indictment charging two men with conspiracy to distribute fentanyl, illegal distribution of…

Colombian Woman Sentenced to 10 Years and $5 Million Forfeiture for Narcotrafficking

July 06, 2022

BROOKLYN, N.Y. –Hilda Maria Gonzalez Lopez, also known as “La Boyaca” and “Daniela,” who aligned herself with powerful members of Los Rastrojos, a breakoff group of the violent arm of the Norte Valle Cartel, was sentenced by United States District Judge I. Leo Glasser to 10 years in prison and…

Poultney, Vermont Man Charged with Distribution of Fentanyl and Cocaine Base

July 06, 2022

POULTNEY, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that on June 29, 2022 a federal grand jury, sitting in Rutland, charged Javon Wright (a.k.a. “Ace”), 37, of Poultney, Vermont with five counts of distributing fentanyl and cocaine base in May and June…

Vermont Resident Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Offense

July 06, 2022

WINOOSKI, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on July 6, 2022, Robert J. Rideout, 59, formerly of Winooski, was sentenced in United States District Court in Rutland, Vermont, to serve 60 months in prison upon his conviction of possession with…

Robeson County Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Distributing Thousands of Illegal Pills While Possessing Gun

July 06, 2022

RALEIGH, N.C. – A Robeson County man was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for conspiracy to distribute and possessing with the intent to distribute thousands of illegal prescription pills including oxycodone, oxymorphone, hydrocodone, and methadone. On February 16, 2021, Jeffrey Randal Brooks, Jr., pleaded guilty to the charges…

Bonifay Doctor Settles Controlled Substances Act Violations For $130,000

July 06, 2022

PENSACOLA, Fla. —Ahmad T. Ismail, 70, of Bonifay, Florida, settled potential violations of the Controlled Substances Act by agreeing to pay a fine of $130,000 and surrendering his Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) registration. The settlement was announced by Jason R. Coody, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida…

Fentanyl Overdose Death behind Federal Charges in Drug Case

July 05, 2022

ST. LOUIS – A man from St. Louis County is facing a federal drug charge after allegedly providing fentanyl to a 19-year-old who then suffered what is suspected to be a fatal overdose. William Edward Martin, 21, was charged by complaint Thursday with one count of distributing a controlled substance…

Boston Woman Sentenced For Drug Trafficking Following Two-Kilogram Cocaine Deal

July 05, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston woman was sentenced today in connection with selling two kilograms of cocaine. Ana Guadalupe Acosta Grajeda, 58, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Leo T. Sorokin to five years in prison and four years of supervised release. On Sept. 23, 2021, Grajeda pleaded guilty to…

Boston Man Pleads Guilty To Methamphetamine Distribution Charges

July 05, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to distributing methamphetamine. Daniel Lennon, 32, pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of five grams or more of methamphetamine and two counts of distribution of 50 grams or more of methamphetamine. U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel…

Four Windsor Men Charged With Trafficking Counterfeit Oxycodone Pills Containing Fentanyl

July 05, 2022

WINDSOR, Conn. – Vanessa R. Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Brian D. Boyle, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, today announced today that the following four men have been charged on federal narcotics distribution charges primarily related to the…

Lawrence Man Previously Arrested With Multiple Pill Press Machines Charged With Fentanyl Distribution

July 05, 2022

BOSTON – A Lawrence man has been charged for allegedly distributing counterfeit prescription pills containing fentanyl, made using multiple pill press machines. Miguel Angel Fajardo, 32, was charged by an Information with one count of possession with intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl. Fajardo was previously arrested…

Springfield, Massachusetts Man Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Offense

July 05, 2022

BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on July 1, 2022, Justin Zayas-Sanchez, 22, of Springfield, Massachusetts, was sentenced in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, to serve 20 months in prison after his guilty plea to one count…

Idaho Man Sentenced to 48 Months for Distributing Fentanyl

July 01, 2022

BOISE, Idaho – On Friday, July 1, 2022, Dakota James Hoffman, 29, of Bellevue, Idaho, was sentenced to 48 months in federal prison for distribution of fentanyl, U.S. Attorney Josh Hurwit announced. According to court records, Hoffman distributed oxycodone pills to a man with the initials A.K. who overdosed on…

Cartel Leader Heads to Prison for Over $2M Drug Seizures

July 01, 2022

LAREDO, Texas – A leader within Cartel De Jalisco Nueva Generacion has been ordered to federal prison for his role in an elaborate conspiracy of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and fentanyl, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and…

Indiana Man Sentenced to 195 Months for Drug, Gun Offenses

June 30, 2022

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Merrillville, Indiana, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson of the Northern District of Indiana announced that Jamic C. Johnson, 47, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Holly A. Brady…

Oakland Resident Charged with Fentanyl and Methamphetamine Sales in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District

June 30, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – Alex Murillo appeared in federal court today and was ordered detained in custody on charges of distribution of fentanyl and methamphetamine, announced United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon. Murillo, 26, who resides in Oakland, was…

Alleged “Iron Pipeline” Gun Trafficking Network Shut Down

June 30, 2022

YONKERS, N.Y. – Today, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, Yonkers Police Commissioner Chris Sapienza, Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah, and Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division announced a series of arrests in a multi-agency investigation into illegal firearms trafficking. Earlier in…

Columbia Man Sentenced to 12 Years in Federal Prison for Drug & Firearms Crimes

June 30, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C.— Norris L. Bond, 42, of Columbia, was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine and possessing a firearm during and in relation to drug trafficking. Evidence presented to the court…

Cocaine Distributor in Fidelis Way Drug Trafficking Organization Pleads Guilty

June 30, 2022

BOSTON – A drug distributor within a Boston-area drug trafficking organization (DTO) pleaded guilty yesterday to a drug trafficking conspiracy involving cocaine and cocaine base. Nelsin Hernandez, 31, of Brighton, Massachusetts, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute cocaine. U.S. District Court Judge Denise J…

Bronx Man Sentenced for His Role in Large-Scale Fentanyl and Heroin Trafficking Ring in Springfield, Massachusetts

June 30, 2022

BOSTON – A Bronx, N.Y., man has been sentenced in federal court in Springfield, Massachusetts for his role in a large-scale drug conspiracy that trafficked dozens of kilos of heroin and fentanyl into Springfield from New York City and the Dominican Republic every month. Marvin Ortega, 35, was sentenced on…

Hagerstown, Maryland Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty to Federal Fentanyl and Heroin Drug Charges

June 29, 2022

Baltimore, Md. – Thamar Smith, age 48, of Hagerstown, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute heroin and fentanyl. The guilty plea was announced by Jarod Forget, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)’s Washington Division; United States Attorney for the District…

Annapolis, Maryland Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Narcotics

June 29, 2022

Baltimore, Md – Keith L. Brown, a/k/a “Clown”, age 63, of Annapolis, Maryland, pleaded guilty on June 27, 2022, to possession with intent to distribute phencyclidine (PCP), crack cocaine, heroin, and cocaine. The guilty plea was announced by Jarod Forget, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)’s…

Springfield, Mo., Man Sentenced to 18 Years for Meth Trafficking

June 29, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Springfield man has been sentenced in federal court for leading a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine in the Springfield area, including an undercover drug transaction that occurred in a home with two young children. Devin J.H. Wrinkle, 32, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes…

Major Multi-Drug Seizure of Over 250 Pounds of Heroin, Fentanyl, Cocaine, Crystal Meth and Counterfeit Pills in the Bronx

June 29, 2022

NEW YORK – A court authorized search of an apartment in the Mount Hope neighborhood of the Bronx resulted in the seizure of approximately 110 kilograms of heroin, fentanyl and cocaine, plus 50 pounds of a substance believed to be crystal meth and up to 75,000 counterfeit pills believed to…

12 Alleged Members of Drug Trafficking Ring Arrested in Indiana

June 29, 2022

EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that a federal grand jury returned an indictment charging 12 individuals with conspiracies to distribute methamphetamine and cocaine. Three of the…

50,000 Fake Pills Seized in San Diego

June 28, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Approximately 50,000 fake pills containing fentanyl were seized in a single enforcement operation in San Diego on June 28, 2022. Investigators from the Drug Enforcement Administration’s Narcotic Task Force (NTF) and the San Diego Police Department (SDPD) worked together to prevent the fake pills from being distributed…

Jury Convicts State Lawmaker of COVID-19 Fraud Scheme at Springfield Health Care Charity

June 28, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Missouri state representative was convicted by a federal trial jury today for a nearly $900,000 COVID-19 fraud scheme, as well as a separate $200,000 fraud scheme in which she made false claims about a fake stem cell treatment marketed through her clinics in southern Missouri, and…

Drug Trafficker Found with Gun Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison

June 28, 2022

WICHITA, Kan. – A Kansas man has been sentenced to 24 years and seven months in prison for drug trafficking crimes. In March 2022, a federal jury convicted Travis Vontress, 45, of Wichita, of conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, heroin, and cocaine, and being in possession of a firearm in furtherance…

Selling Meth to Drug Investigators Nets 11 Years in Prison

June 28, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Ronnie L. White on Tuesday sentenced a St. Louis man to 11 years for selling methamphetamine to drug investigators. Judge White also found that Shaun Glenwood Mack, 44, was a career offender due to prior drug convictions. In August 2020, investigators for the Drug…

Kansas City Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Meth Trafficking, Illegal Firearms

June 28, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Kansas City, man who was arrested with 19 firearms and quantities of illegal drugs in his home was sentenced in federal court today for trafficking methamphetamine and illegally possessing firearms. Rusty W. Snow, 29, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Greg Kays to 15 years…

Smuggling Narcotics to Three Cities Lands Traffickers in Prison

June 28, 2022

LAREDO, Texas – A 47-year-old Cuban national has been sent to federal prison following his conviction of conspiring to distribute large quantities of marijuana and cocaine, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Juan Suarez-Pupo pleaded guilty…

Pharmacist Admits Filling Counterfeit Prescriptions Selling Oxycodone and Codeine in Exchange for Cash

June 28, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a pharmacist and pharmacy owner pleaded guilty today to violating the Controlled Substances Act by filling fraudulent and counterfeit…

Mexican National Sentenced to Over 12 Years for Drug Trafficking, Money Laundering & Illegal Entry

June 28, 2022

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Jose Velasquez, 38, of Mexico, was sentenced yesterday to 151 months in prison and five years of supervised release for drug trafficking, money laundering, and illegal reentry, announced Dena J. King, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of North Carolina. Robert J. Murphy, Special Agent in Charge…

Indiana Man Convicted of Drug Trafficking, Firearms Charges

June 28, 2022

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Merrillville, Indiana, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson of the Northern District of Indiana announced that Steven J. Hecke, 37, of Fort Wayne, was found guilty following a five-day jury trial presided over by…

“NFL” Gang Member Sentenced to 13 Years in Federal Prison for Racketeering Charges

June 27, 2022

Baltimore, Md. – Juawan Davis, age 25, of Baltimore, Maryland, pleaded guilty today to conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise. Following his guilty plea, U.S. District Judge Paul W. Grimm sentenced Davis to 13 years in federal prison, followed by 5 years of supervised release. The sentence was announced…

Winchester Man Sentenced to Prison Time for Eutylone & « Ecstasy » Distribution

June 27, 2022

HARRISONBURG, Va. – A Winchester, Virginia man, who distributed Eutylone, commonly marketed by drug dealers as “Molly” or “Ecstasy” was sentenced last week to 72 months in federal prison. Lamont Antoine Parson, 40, pled guilty in November 2021 to one count of conspiracy to distribute and possess with the intent…

Twelve Charged With Operating An Open Drug Market Inside A Bronx Apartment Building And Carrying Firearms

June 27, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge, Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division, and Keechant L. Sewell, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department announced the unsealing of a superseding indictment…

El Paso Man Sentenced for Role in Two Deaths From a Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine Overdose

June 27, 2022

EL PASO, Texas – An El Paso man was sentenced today to 293 months in federal prison for his role in two deaths resulting from a fentanyl-laced cocaine overdose in November 2017. On February 24, 2022, Paris Lamont Dennis, 39, pleaded guilty to one count of distribution of a controlled…

Two New York Men Charged for Conspiracy to Distribute 110 Kilograms of Cocaine

June 27, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Two New York men were charged Monday with conspiring to distribute approximately 110 kilograms of cocaine as part of an international drug trafficking organization, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Eddie Velez-Pena, 33, of Yonkers, New York, and Robin Medina-Fabian, 38, of the Bronx, New York, are…

New York City Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Federal Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

June 27, 2022

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Shakespeare Cruz, 48, of New York City, was sentenced Monday to 10 years in federal prison for his role in a conspiracy to distribute heroin and cocaine in the Northern District of New York, announced Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement…

A Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Attempting to Smuggle Meth While Eating

June 27, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 30-year-old Austin man is sentenced to federal prison for attempting to smuggle meth into the country while eating a cheeseburger, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge, Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Yen-Tsun Huang pleaded guilty Nov…

Indiana Man Charged with Dealing a Controlled Substance Resulting in Death

June 27, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mears announced that Hunter McSwain has been charged for his role in the fatal overdose death of Nathan May. McSwain has been charged with Dealing a Controlled Substance Resulting in…

Three Illinois Residents Charged for Multiple Drug Trafficking Offenses

June 27, 2022

ROCKFORD, Ill. – Todd C. Smith, Assistant Special Agent in Charge at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and Rockford, Illinois Police Department Chief Carla Redd announced that on June 22, 2022, members of the DEA-Chicago Division Rockford Resident Office, alongside members of the Rockford Police Narcotics Unit and assisted by…

Hartford Man Sentenced To 44 Months For Trafficking Narcotics

June 27, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that HENRY DEJESUS-MORALES, also known as “Red,” 33, of Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to 44 months of imprisonment, followed by four years of supervised release…

New Britain Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Federal Prison For Trafficking Fentanyl

June 27, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that ARMANDO GONZALEZ, 40, of New Britain, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to 120 months of imprisonment, followed by four years of supervised release, for trafficking…

Bronx Gang Member Charged with Murder, Attempted Murder, and Racketeering

June 24, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Keechant L. Sewell, Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, and Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge of the New York Division of the Drug Enforcement Administration, announced the unsealing…

Waterbury Heroin Trafficker Sentenced To 84 Months In Federal Prison

June 24, 2022

WATERBURY, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that JAMES GRANT, also known as “Bobo,” “Bo,” and “Jimbo,” 58, of Waterbury, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford to 84 months of imprisonment, followed by four years of…

Boston Man Sentenced For Cocaine Distribution

June 24, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston for his role in a cocaine trafficking conspiracy. Tarik Muhammad, 27, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to two years in prison and three years of supervised release. On June 3, 2022, Muhammad…

Man Sentenced to Prison on Multiple Charges from Cocaine Trafficking Operation

June 24, 2022

BOSTON – A Worcester man was sentenced today for cocaine trafficking, firearms, money laundering and fraudulent tax return charges. William Hoey, 41, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Hillman to 87 months in prison and four years of supervised release. On March 7, 2022, Hoey pleaded guilty…

Former El Paso Police Officer Sentenced for Drug Conspiracy

June 23, 2022

EL PASO – A former El Paso police officer was sentenced today to 24 months in prison for her involvement in a conspiracy to maintain a drug-involved premise. According to court documents, Monica Garcia, 24, conspired with Fred Saenz, her stepfather and co-defendant, to use Saenz’s residence to distribute cocaine…

Former El Paso Police Officer Sentenced for Drug Conspiracy

June 23, 2022

EL PASO – A former El Paso police officer was sentenced today to 24 months in prison for her involvement in a conspiracy to maintain a drug-involved premise. According to court documents, Monica Garcia, 24, conspired with Fred Saenz, her stepfather and co-defendant, to use Saenz’s residence to distribute cocaine…

Fentanyl Dealer Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Overdose Death

June 23, 2022

MIAMI – A South Florida fentanyl dealer whose product killed a man was sentenced to 20 years in federal prison today. On May 19, 2021, 21-year-old Peterson Nozinord drove another man, age 27, to a motel in Lantana, Florida. Nozinord checked the man into a room by using Nozinord’s identification…

Two St. Louis Men Sentenced for Helping Violent Drug Trafficking Organizations

June 23, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey on Thursday sentenced two men who helped violent drug traffickers try to avoid prosecution to lengthy prison terms. Michael Grady, 67, of St. Louis, was sentenced to 18 years and 10 months in prison and Oscar Dillon III, 48, of St…

Four People Charged in Multimillion-Dollar Health Care Fraud Scheme to Defraud Amtrak

June 23, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Three men and one woman were arrested today for participating in a health care fraud scheme to defraud Amtrak by bribing Amtrak employees to allow people to submit fraudulent claims to the Amtrak health insurance plan, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Muhammad Mirza, 50, of Cedar…

Fugitive Leader of Drug Trafficking Operation Sentenced to Thirty Years for Trafficking Cocaine

June 23, 2022

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – The ringleader of a Houston-based cocaine trafficking operation has been sentenced in the Southern District of Illinois to federal prison for conspiracy to distribute cocaine, bringing to a successful close an investigation and prosecution that spanned several states and more than five years. Samuel Ruben…

16 Kansas City Metro Area Residents Indicted for Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

June 23, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Sixteen residents of Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan., and Independence, Mo., have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, and fentanyl. Ublester Molina, 26, Kevin O. Alarcon, 25, Rocky Orozco, 30, Salvador Valdivia, 40, Stephen…

Indiana Man Sentenced to 14 Years for Meth Trafficking

June 23, 2022

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson of the Northern District of Indiana announced that Lamonte Powell, 52, of South Bend, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Damon R. Leichty on…

16 Kansas City Metro Area Residents Indicted for Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

June 23, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Sixteen residents of Kansas City, Mo., Kansas City, Kan., and Independence, Mo., have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, and fentanyl. Ublester Molina, 26, Kevin O. Alarcon, 25, Rocky Orozco, 30, Salvador Valdivia, 40, Stephen…

Indiana Man Sentenced to 14 Years for Meth Trafficking

June 23, 2022

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson of the Northern District of Indiana announced that Lamonte Powell, 52, of South Bend, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Damon R. Leichty on…

Jamestown Man Indicted for Selling Drugs that Caused Serious Bodily Injury

June 23, 2022

BUFFALO, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, New York Division, announced that a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Bradley D. Knapp, 43, of Jamestown, NY, with narcotics conspiracy, using and maintaining a…

Two Tucson Based Drug Traffickers Sentenced to Lengthy Prison Sentences

June 23, 2022

TUCSON, Ariz. – Last week, Jamaar Charles Samuels, 39, of Tucson, Arizona, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Scott H. Rash to 72 months in prison, followed by 36 months of supervised release. Last summer, Judge Rash sentenced Samuels’ co-defendant, Patrick Michael La Fever, 60, also of Tucson, to 97…

Baltimore Defense Attorney Sentenced to 57 Months in Federal Prison for Money Laundering Conspiracy

June 22, 2022

Baltimore, Md – U.S. District Judge Liam O’Grady of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, who presided over this case in the District of Maryland, today sentenced Kenneth Wendell Ravenell, age 63, of Monkton, Maryland, to 57 months in federal prison, followed by three years of…

Amherst County Veterinarian Sentenced for Opioid Theft

June 22, 2022

LYNCHBURG, Va. – A former veterinarian, who admitted to stealing opioids, was sentenced today to eight months in federal prison. Patrick Gries, 54, of Madison Heights, Virginia, pleaded guilty in January 2022 to one count of adulteration of a drug held for sale after shipment in interstate commerce and one…

Nixa Woman Sentenced for Meth Trafficking After High-Speed Chase

June 22, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Nixa woman who led law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase at night with no headlights was sentenced in federal court today for trafficking methamphetamine. Gina N. Nunez, 44, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool to 12 years in federal prison without parole…

Brockton Man Sentenced To 13 Years In Prison For Role In Violent Drug Trafficking Organization

June 22, 2022

BOSTON – A Brockton, Massachusetts man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for his role in a wide-ranging drug trafficking conspiracy reaching from Boston to Brockton to Cape Cod. Cody Goncalves, 28, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to 13 years in prison and…

Newport News Pharmacy Agrees to Pay Civil Penalty under the Controlled Substances Act

June 21, 2022

NORFOLK, Va. – Hidenwood Pharmacy, Inc., located in Newport News, and its owner, Anne Hutchens, of Seaport, have agreed to pay $125,000 to settle civil penalty claims stemming from alleged record-keeping violations associated with controlled substances. The government alleged that the Hidenwood Pharmacy failed to comply with various recordkeeping requirements…

Codefendants Sentenced to Ten Years Federal Prison

June 21, 2022

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Alexander Clifford Nelms, 43, and Jorvin Jermaine Cockran, 36, both of Miami, Florida, were convicted and sentenced to ten years in federal prison for their crimes. Nelms pled guilty to one count of possessing with intent to distribute more than 500 grams of cocaine on July 27…

Drug Trafficker who Hid in Dog House Sentenced to 30 Years

June 21, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Stephen R. Clark on Tuesday sentenced a man from California to 30 years in prison for drug trafficking and money laundering. Lester A. “Unc” Bull, 58, pleaded guilty in February to a drug conspiracy charge, money laundering, possession of a firearm in furtherance of…

Two Detained in Federal Custody on Meth Trafficking Charges

June 21, 2022

PROVIDENCE. R. I. – Two men were detained in federal custody today, following their arraignment in U.S. District Court in an ongoing Rhode Island FBI Safe Streets Task investigation that has resulted in the seizure of more than one pound of methamphetamine to date, announced United States Attorney Zachary A…

Multi-Kilogram Cocaine Distributor Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison

June 21, 2022

ORLANDO, Fla. – U.S. District Judge Carlos E. Mendoza sentenced Luis Raul Perez Rodriguez, 50, of Orlando, to 10 years in federal prison for conspiracy to distribute cocaine. Perez Rodriguez had pleaded guilty on March 28, 2022. According to court documents, on January 21, 2022, Perez Rodriguez had arranged to…

Pasco Man Indicted on Fentanyl Trafficking, International Money Laundering, and Assault Weapon’s Charges

June 21, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announced the return of an indictment charging Luis Mojica Rojas, 45, of Zephyrhills, Florida, with conspiracy to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl; conspiracy to commit international money laundering; possession of 400 grams or more of fentanyl with the intent…

Indiana Man Sentenced to 25 Years for Meth Trafficking

June 21, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that Demario Barker, 33, of Kokomo, Indiana, was sentenced last week to 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to two…

Colorado Woman Convicted in Illinois for Meth Trafficking

June 21, 2022

ROCK ISLAND, Ill. – Todd C. Smith, Assistant Special Agent in Charge at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney Gregory K. Harris of the Central District of Illinois announced that a federal jury returned a guilty verdict on June 16, 2022, against Monica Renee Wright, 38, of Colorado…

Major Drug Trafficker and 12 Others Arrested:

June 17, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Following a yearlong investigation into narcotics and gun trafficking in Queens and Brooklyn, 13 individuals were arrested in Brooklyn, Queens and The Bronx during the past two days on charges contained in two indictments that are unsealed and two criminal court complaints that were filed today…

Defendant Pleads Guilty in Fentanyl Overdose Case

June 17, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Cole Thomas Salazar pleaded guilty in federal court today, admitting that he supplied a fatal dose of fentanyl that resulted in the death of a 24-year-old woman who was found inside her Vista apartment on November 3, 2020. According to his plea agreement, Salazar used an online…

Bakersfield Resident Sentenced to 6 Years in Prison for Selling Fentanyl

June 17, 2022

FRESNO, Calif. — Adrian Rodriguez Cardenas, 22, of Bakersfield, was sentenced today to six years in prison for conspiring to distribute fentanyl, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon announced. According to court documents, on Jan. 11, 2021, Cardenas negotiated with…

Nationwide Drug Trafficking, Law Enforcement Impersonation, and Fraud Ring Disrupted

June 17, 2022

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal grand jury returned a 19-count indictment Thursday against Quinten Giovanni Moody, aka Christano Rossi, 37, of Dublin, and Myra Boleche Minks, 46, formerly of Roseville, for drug trafficking, impersonating federal law enforcement officials, mail fraud, aggravated identity theft, and obstruction of justice, U.S. Attorney Phillip…

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (DNRED) : un procès, finalement pourquoi ?

Michel Sapin, Erwan Guilmin et François Hollande

par Marc Fievet, AKA NS 55 DNRED

Une affaire de café ! Vraiment ?

Avoir voulu juger cette affaire fut une gageure hasardeuse qui n’a rien solutionné et ne solutionnera rien, surtout en ayant oublié tout ou partie des responsables de ces dérives .

ÉTAT de droit, comme ils disent !

Dans un état de droit, comme aiment tant nous le rappeler à longueur d’années tous nos régaliens et autres ‘Politiques’ dans des trémolos de gorges profondes, il s’avère que cet état de droit n’est qu’un étendard brandi pour mieux tromper le citoyen ordinaire.

Que penser d’une justice qui accepte, qui a accepté et qui acceptera encore de se servir de boucs émissaires pour rendre des jugements qui deviennent, sont devenus ou deviendront des vérités définitives selon le dogme républicain de l’ infaillibilité des décisions prononcées ?

La justice aujourd’hui omniprésente doit trancher sur tout, comme si nos magistrats avaient la science infuse et l’onction sacrée reçue à l’ENM (De mémoire le célèbre Azibert en avait les commandes) les dotant d’une autorité qui n’est en réalité que réduite à rendre une justice arrangeante pour les aigles et une autre beaucoup plus dure pour les pigeons.

Ah! Ne pas contrarier le pouvoir établi qui s’autorise tout et son contraire au mépris du bon sens !

Mais qu’en est-il de ce pouvoir établi aux mains du CAC 40 et autres groupes financiers et dépendant d’une caste dirigeante que sont les IGF, énarques et autres issus des grands corps. (Ils sont discrets en cette période!)

Un pouvoir qui s’autorise l’utilisation de toutes les ressources humaines, scientifiques et commerciales de la France pour satisfaire, voire garantir, des positions dominantes au mépris de l’intérêt général.

Pour mémoire, Karachi et son attentat, qui dorment toujours dans quelques tiroirs, restent pour moi la preuve éclatante de la non-indépendance de la justice. Pourquoi le parquet de Paris refuse d’ouvrir une enquête sur les mensonges de plusieurs hauts responsables des services de renseignement français concernant l’un des personnages clés de l’affaire, le Saoudien Ali Ben Moussalem ?

Comment peut-on encore imaginer que les véritables mafieux politiques de l’époque où Nicolas Sarkozy était au Budget n’ont pas encore comparu devant des juges pour assumer les responsabilités qu’ils ont, Léotard excepté qui est en cassation. Balladur innocenté ! Et Sarkozy le magouilleur pas concerné !

Comment peut-on accepter encore que des services entiers de nos régaliennes sont occupés à maintenir en place, à tout prix, ceux qui sont aux manettes?

Quant aux services de renseignement

On ne fait pas du renseignement et autres actions dérivées avec le « Dalloz » en main en le brandissant telle la bible lors des campagnes de christianisation ou autres croisades. N’est pas Torquemada qui veut ! Plus même, lorsqu’on est en guerre, et bien on agit au mieux des intérêts de la cause que l’on défend.

Mais dans toutes guerres , il y a des salauds institutionnels qui profitent du désordre pour se promouvoir voire s’enrichir, et là est le vrai problème !

Alors, pour les quelques cadres de la Douane française qui ont dû répondre de méfaits avérés, bénéficiant j’imagine de la « protection fonctionnelle », il serait peut-être intéressant de chercher à qui profite réellement la mise en touche momentanée de ce service, peut-être orchestrée par des manipulateurs qui n’ont jamais eu à assumer une responsabilité quelconque des méfaits qu’ils ont commis au cours d’une carrière « exemplaire » bien que terriblement coûteuse pour le contribuable français.

Ces grands ‘serviteurs’ de l’État comme ils se présentent sont avant tout au service de leurs intérêts personnels.

Quant à la DNRED

La DNRED a été durant quelques décennies un service performant mais dérangeant pour les magouilleurs aux manettes. C’est vrai, on peut déplacer un ou deux hommes qui dérangent (Souvenons-nous de la corruption à la DCN et de la seule conclusion qui a rétabli nos deux gendarmes qui n’auraient été mutés que suite à une erreur d’appréciation alors que des officiers supérieurs et généraux étaient mis en cause dans une affaire de prêt illégal de main d’œuvre mise à la disposition de la DCN et payée par des faux marchés publics), mais comment alors se débarrasser d’une légion d’agents qui remontent mensuellement des informations toutes plus accablantes les unes que les autres sur l’éthique de nos dirigeants ?

C’est simple, il suffit de ne pas hésiter à déséquilibrer cette ‘agence’ en révélant des actes inconsidérés et inacceptables qu’elle a commis …et qu’elle commettra encore .

Un énarque du nom d’Erwan Guilmin, qui avait pour objectif de devenir le boss de la DNRED, quand il prit la direction de la DOD , n’hésita pas alors à s’aventurer dans des circuits inconnus qu’empruntaient ses prédécesseurs.

C’est vrai, la place de calife, ça se mérite ! Il faut afficher des résultats ! Fichtre, et l’Erwan y prit goût à ces magouilles qu’il croyait indispensables pour arriver à ses fins.

Pendant cette période, la guerre larvée entre DNRED et OCRTIS fut réactivée par l’énarque en mal de reconnaissance. François Thierry avait de tels résultats avec ses opérations ‘Myrmidon’ qu’Erwan voulut chasser sur les terres de François et qu’il commit l’irréparable lors de la saisie bidon du boulevard Exelmans !

Même que Jean Paul Garcia s’attendait à des représailles ! «On a marché sur la queue du tigre», admettait-il en interne en référence aux fameuses «Brigades du tigre», surnom de la police judiciaire à l’époque de Clemenceau.

Une bonne nouvelle quand même pour Erwan Guilmin, depuis ces « affaires », il est devenu « Chargé de mission à la sous-direction des politiques sociales – Secrétariat général » au Ministère de l’économie et des finances en janvier 2018. Introuvable et ne figurant sur aucun listing téléphonique à Bercy, et… Et à la DG de la Douane française, contactée par Marc Fievet, on ne sait que bredouiller…

Alzheimer a frappé grave!

-A quoi servent-ils ces services si ce n’est que paraître et se faire mousser pour justifier des budgets toujours à la hausse alors que les saisies ne font que suivre difficilement les flux destinés à l’approvisionnement d’un marché en pleine expansion.

-A quoi servent-ils ces agents qui ne peuvent dévoiler la réalité des méfaits qu’ils constatent sur les mafieux aux manettes comme sur les hiérarchies qui les dirigent?

Alors les cadres douaniers qui ont comparu devant les juges sont ils vraiment les responsables de la catastrophe ?

Lu dans « Libé »

On a appris qu’à son arrivée à la tête de la DNRED, fin 2010, l’ancien patron Jean Paul Garcia raconte avoir reçu pour mission de «développer encore les résultats», mais aussi de faire de la «communication», et même du «storytelling», anglicisme qu’il découvre à cette occasion. A cette période , c’était Jérôme Fournel qui était le DG de la Douane !

En clair : raconter de belles histoires pour mettre en avant les grosses prises et faire briller le service.

N’ont ils pas été manipulés ?

Quoi de mieux alors que de disqualifier l’ensemble d’un service !

-Souvenons nous de Karachi encore! Nicolas Sarkozy lui même dès son arrivée à Bercy avait décrété l’arrêt de toutes les actions d’infiltration sans qu’aucun cadre douanier ne s’élève contre cet ukase ministériel. (Du jour au lendemain, interdiction formelle de sortie du territoire pour les cadres de la DNRED fut décrétée par Sarkozy, et Joseph Le Louarn, le boss de la DNRED n’informa même pas les agents infiltrés. C’est vrai que des agents infiltrés souvent découvrent ce qui a vocation à rester caché, alors si l’on peut s’en débarrasser astucieusement …. On monte des « chantiers » !

-Souvenons nous de l’agent Olivier Thérondel du Tracfin de J.B. Carpentier dans le dossier Cahuzac. Viré, condamné à de la prison pour ne pas avoir respecté l’omerta.

Souvenons nous aussi

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La renaissance

Alors, sans doute, seul un énarque pouvait rétablir la confiance et réanimer la DNRED en réorientant les actions des grandes directions performantes qu’étaient la DRD, la DED et la DOD!

Le coup de massue fut tel que l’ensemble des agents en titube encore!

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Ces derniers jours Florian Colas qui dirige la DNRED depuis avril 2021, a donné une (excellente) interview à AEF info.

Originaire du Var, diplômé de Sciences Po et de l’ENA, Florian Colas est sorti deuxième de sa promo en 2012, Il a ensuite rejoint l’Inspection générale des finances (IGF) où il a notamment réalisé un audit du contrôle fiscal des entreprises. Puis, il a fait une pige de quelques mois comme chargé d’affaires chez Wendel. C’est en 2017 qu’il a été recruté à Bercy, d’abord comme conseiller fiscalité du ministre Gérald Darmanin, s’occupant surtout de la mise en œuvre du prélèvement à la source. Avant de devenir directeur adjoint du cabinet puis le bras droit d’Olivier Dussopt en juillet 2020. (source)

Lors de cette interview, Florian Colas, le directeur national du renseignement et des enquêtes douanières, y détaille la montée en puissance de la structure.

Quelques extraits:

Nous restons sur le cœur de mission de la douane : les trafics illicites qui impliquent des flux de marchandises transfrontaliers.

La DNRED s’appuie sur deux piliers.

Le premier c’est le code des douanes qui est très adapté pour la lutte et l’interception de trafics en flagrant délit.

Le second pilier, c’est le code de la sécurité intérieure puisque nous sommes un service de renseignement du premier cercle.

AEF info : Sébastien Bombal a récemment été nommé directeur technique de la DNRED, après avoir préfiguré cette direction. À quoi sert-elle ?

Florian Colas : La direction technique est la dernière-née de la DNRED. Elle a été créée le 1er janvier dernier. C’est pour cette raison que la DNRED a été présente pour la première fois au FIC cette année. La direction technique doit répondre à trois défis. D’abord celui de la cybersécurité interne. Elle devra veiller à davantage sécuriser nos outils de communication et informatiques. La DNRED est un service du premier cercle de la communauté du renseignement et doit à ce titre se conformer à des standards extrêmement exigeants. Cela engage notre crédibilité et la confiance des partenaires avec lesquels nous échangeons (DGSE, DGSI, DRM, DRSD, Tracfin).

L’arrivée de la direction technique va entraîner une transformation technologique qui va irriguer nos méthodes. Il va falloir former les agents aux nouveaux outils jusqu’au terrain. Par ailleurs, on nous donne des pouvoirs exorbitants du droit commun, donc il faut toujours une traçabilité et du contrôle.

AEF info : Justement, le 7 juin dernier, les procureurs ont requis devant le tribunal correctionnel de Paris des peines à l’encontre de six anciens cadres de la DNRED dont Jean-Paul Garcia, directeur national du renseignement et des enquêtes douanières de 2010 à 2017, dans une affaire de trafic d’importation de café. Cette affaire va-t-elle avoir une incidence sur la prévention de ce type de dérives et sur le contrôle de la déontologie ?

Florian Colas : De fait, la transformation a eu lieu dès la révélation des faits en 2017. Le service a franchi une étape importante avec ce qu’on a appelé la « refondation », qui a conduit à tirer les conséquences des dysfonctionnements mis à jour. Une feuille de route a été mise en œuvre pendant plusieurs années et a profondément transformé la maison. La DNRED d’aujourd’hui n’est pas celle dont on a parlé au cours du procès. Il y a eu une très forte structuration de nos processus internes, un effort de formation extrêmement important. Nous avons également recruté une magistrate qui est ma conseillère juridique et chargée des relations avec l’autorité judiciaire. En parallèle, une cellule de contrôle interne et d’audit a été constituée.

Bien sûr, en matière de déontologie, il ne faut jamais se reposer sur ses lauriers. Je sollicite régulièrement l’inspection générale de la douane, qui a une fonction administrative [contrairement aux inspections générales de la police et de la gendarmerie nationales qui remplissent également une fonction judiciaire]. Il faut en permanence se requestionner pour sécuriser les opérations, d’autant plus que le cadre juridique est complexe et évolutif. Si les conséquences de cette affaire ont été tirées dès 2017, face aux risques que représentent les enquêtes et l’évolution des technologies, on doit continuer d’être robuste.

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C’est Pascal Schmidt qui disait au tribunal : « Un panier de crabes à la DNRED !« 

En réalité, c’est un petit panier de crabes, comparé à Bercy, qui est un très très gros panier de très gros crabes.

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : toutes les dernières ‘narco-news’ au 19 juin 2022

Arizona Man Sentenced to Fifteen Years in Prison for Methamphetamine Trafficking and Possession of a Firearm

June 17, 2022

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Davonte Williams-Dorsey, 25, of Phoenix, Arizona, was sentenced today to serve a total of 180 months in prison for his conviction on charges of Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), Possession with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance (methamphetamine), and Possession of…

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Leader of Multi-State Drug Trafficking Conspiracy Pleads Guilty to Drug Trafficking, Firearms Possession, and Money Laundering Charges

June 17, 2022

SEATTLE – The Arlington, Washington based leader of a prolific and violent drug trafficking ring pleaded guilty this week to federal drug, gun, and money laundering crimes, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Cesar Valdez-Sanudo, 36, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, conspiracy to commit money laundering, and carrying…

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Sonoma County Methamphetamine Organization Dismantled

June 16, 2022

SANTA ROSA, Calif. – The DEA Santa Rosa Resident Office, Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office Property Crimes and Narcotics Unit and the Marin County Sheriff’s Office, Specialized Investigative Unit, concluded a 16-month long investigation into a drug trafficking organization allegedly distributing large amounts of methamphetamine in the region. During the course…

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Guns and Drug End with 10 Years in Prison for St. Louis County Man

June 16, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge Henry E. Autrey on Thursday sentenced a St. Louis County man to 10 years in prison for drug and gun crimes. Bryant Taylor, 31, sold oxycodone, heroin and fentanyl to an undercover Drug Enforcement Administration Agent and a person working for the DEA in…

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Six Defendants Plead Guilty to Scheme to Transport Stolen Catalytic Converters Across State Lines

June 16, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Six Springfield, Mo., and Rogersville, Mo., residents have pleaded guilty in federal court to their roles in a scheme to transport tens of thousands of stolen catalytic converters across state lines as part of a multi-million-dollar business. Evan Marshall, 24, of Rogersville, pleaded guilty today before U.S…

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39 Defendants Indicted in $4.7 Million Meth, Heroin Conspiracy

June 16, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Twenty Mexican nationals are among 39 defendants indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a $4.7 million conspiracy to distribute more than 335 kilograms of methamphetamine and 22 kilograms of heroin over the past two years. “This operation took a significant amount of…

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West Hartford Man Guilty of Heroin Trafficking Offenses

June 16, 2022

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that U.S. District Judge Alvin W. Thompson today found DWAYNE THOMPSON, 37, of West Hartford, guilty of heroin trafficking offenses. According to the evidence presented during a bench trial in Hartford, in July 2017…

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Texas Man Receives 25 Years for Meth Trafficking and Firearms Possession

June 15, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Texas man has been sentenced in federal court for his role in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine and for illegally possessing firearms. Tanner Houghton, 41, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Roseann Ketchmark on June 14 to 25 years in federal prison without parole. On Oct…

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St. Charles County Man Sentenced for Selling Meth

June 15, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Court Judge John A. Ross on Wednesday sentenced a St. Charles County, Missouri, man to seven years in prison for selling methamphetamine. Adam Lee Jones, 41, pleaded guilty in January to a felony charge of possession with the intent to distribute more than five grams…

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Western Illinois Man Charged for Trafficking 10,000 Fentanyl Pills, Illegal Gun Possession

June 15, 2022

CHICAGO – Todd C. Smith, Assistant Special Agent in Charge at U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration – Chicago Division, and Kewanee Police Department Chief Nick Welgat announced that on June 15, 2022, Juan Montemayor, 30, of Kewanee, Illinois, was charged with delivery of over 900 grams of fentanyl, possession of a…

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Bridgeport Gang Member Pleads Guilty To Federal Racketeering Charge

June 15, 2022

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – JAMAR TRAYLOR, also known as “J-Hop,” 22, of Bridgeport, pleaded guilty yesterday before U.S. District Judge Kari A. Dooley in Bridgeport to a racketeering charge stemming from his participation in a violent Bridgeport street gang. Today’s announcement was made by Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for…

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California Woman Pleads Guilty To Trafficking Fentanyl

June 15, 2022

BOSTON – A California woman has pleaded guilty in connection with travelling across the country to deliver fentanyl to an undercover officer. Adelaida Yudit Garibay, 46, of Burbank, Calif., pleaded guilty to one count of possession with intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl. U.S. Senior District Court…

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Colchester Man Convicted of Drug Crimes

June 15, 2022

COLCHESTER, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Carl Martin, 37, of Colchester, Vermont, was convicted on five of six counts on June 10, 2022, in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, following a five-day jury trial before United States…

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Meriden Man Indicted For Trafficking Fentanyl

June 15, 2022

MERIDEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, and Brian D. Boyle, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, announced that a federal grand jury in New Haven returned an indictment today charging GERARDO NUNEZ-IRIZARRY, also known as “Indio,”…

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Wisconsin Woman Sentenced to 30 Months for Role in Meth Conspiracy

June 15, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – John G. McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, and U.S. Attorney Timothy M. O’Shea for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Tonia Greenwood, 45, North Freedom, Wisconsin, pleaded guilty and was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge William M. Conley to…

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DEA Holds Inaugural Family Summit on the Overdose Epidemic

June 15, 2022

WASHINGTON – On June 14 and 15, DEA Administrator Anne Milgram hosted the first-ever DEA Family Summit on the Overdose Epidemic for families from across the country who have experienced the profound loss of a child due to a drug overdose or poisoning. Deputy Attorney General Lisa O. Monaco delivered…

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Morris County Man Sentenced to 78 Months in Prison for Role in Cocaine Trafficking Conspiracy

June 14, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a Morris County, New Jersey, man was sentenced today to 78 months in prison for his role in a…

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Fatal Fentanyl Dose Results in 17 Years in Prison

June 14, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Judge John A. Ross on Tuesday sentenced a St. Louis man who sold a fatal dose of fentanyl to 17 years in prison. On March 6, 2020, Markquis Bryant sold fentanyl to a Florissant man who was found dead early the next morning in his…

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Multi-Year Investigation Leads to Indictment

June 14, 2022

SAN DIEGO – A two-year investigation has led to the indictment of 26 defendants for international drug smuggling, drug trafficking, and related conspiracy offenses. One of the defendants, Raul Barajas-Padilla, appeared in federal court yesterday for an initial appearance on the indictment. So far, 17 defendants have been arrested. Efforts…

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Illinois Man Sentenced to 94 Months for Illegal Gun Possession

June 14, 2022

CHICAGO — Robert Bell, Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch, Jr., for the Northern District of Illinois, announced that a man who illegally possessed a semi-automatic handgun in Evanston, Ill., and tried to flee from police has been sentenced to…

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Leader of Mexico’s United Cartels Extradited to U.S.

June 13, 2022

MIAMI – Adalberto Fructuoso Comparan-Rodriguez, a/k/a “Fruto,” the former mayor of Aguililla, Mexico and, according to the allegations, a leader of the United Cartels in Michoacán, Mexico, made his initial appearance in federal court in Miami, Florida today after his extradition from Guatemala. A South Florida grand jury returned an…

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Federal Charges Target Drug Trafficking Organization Bringing 20+ Kilo Loads of Meth to Washington

June 13, 2022

TACOMA, Wash. – Multiple members of a methamphetamine trafficking ring were indicted last week in U.S. District Court for seven federal felonies related to their drug trafficking, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Some of the conspirators, have been charged in state court over the last ten years, but fled the…

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Former Inmate Admits Distributing Fentanyl at Santa Rita Jail That Killed Fellow Inmate

June 10, 2022

OAKLAND, Calif. – Kameron Patricia Reid pleaded guilty today in federal court to two counts of distributing fentanyl that resulted in the death of a Santa Rita Jail inmate, announced United States Attorney Stephane M. Hinds, FBI Special Agent in Charge Sean Ragan, and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in…

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DEA’s Work in New Mexico HIDTA Initiative Earns National Award

June 10, 2022

EL PASO – Last week, the New Mexico High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program (NM HIDTA) received a national recognition for its work in southeastern New Mexico under Operation Shape Shifter. White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) Director Dr. Rahul Gupta made the announcement. The NM HIDTA…

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Federal Jury Convicts Idaho Man for Trafficking Meth and Heroin

June 10, 2022

POCATELLO, Idaho – After a four-day trial, a federal jury sitting in Pocatello found Adam Lee Vallely 46, of Pocatello, Idaho, guilty of one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, one count of possession with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, and one count of possession with the intent to…

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Senior FARC Commander Extradited from Colombia

June 10, 2022

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Martin Leonel Perez Castro, also known as “Richard,” was extradited this morning to the United States from Colombia to face charges in the Eastern District of New York of leading a continuing criminal enterprise and participating in an international cocaine manufacture and distribution conspiracy. According to the…

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Londonderry Man Sentenced for Using Residence for Drug Distribution

June 10, 2022

LONDONDERRY, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Timothy J. (“TJ”) Slade, 30, of Londonderry, Vermont was sentenced to time served by Chief Judge Geoffrey W. Crawford in U.S. District Court in Rutland. Slade previously pleaded guilty to the felony charge…

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Tenderloin Drug Dealer Sentenced to 46 Months for Fentanyl Sales

June 09, 2022

SAN FRANCISCO – Emil Arriola Melendez was sentenced in federal court today to 46 months in prison for the distribution of fentanyl, announced United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon. Senior United States District Judge Maxine M. Chesney handed…

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40 Alleged Meth Traffickers Charged in Operation Kullvid-20

June 09, 2022

DALLAS, TX – Fourteen alleged methamphetamine traffickers were arrested on Wednesday in Operation Kullvid-20, to announced Eduardo A. Chávez, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Dallas Field Division. Led by the DEA’s North Texas Strike Force, the investigation has netted a total of 40 federal defendants plus 2,708 kilograms…

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Naugatuck Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Federal Prison For Distributing Narcotics

June 09, 2022

NAUGATUCK, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that JASON METZ, also known as “Jay,” 53, of Naugatuck, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford to 120 months of imprisonment, followed by five years of supervised release, for…

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California Man Found Guilty for Meth and Marijuana Dealing

June 08, 2022

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – After a week-long trial, a federal jury returned a guilty verdict convicting a California man of conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver controlled substances. Arturo Ledesma, Jr., 33, of Watsonville, Calif., was charged in a superseding indictment on Dec. 10, 2019, with supplying marijuana…

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Cocaine Trafficker Sentenced to More Than 7 Years in Federal Prison

June 08, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that MARVIN LLOYD, 51, last residing in Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford to 87 months of imprisonment for trafficking cocaine. According to court documents and statements made…

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Repeat Drug Trafficker Sentenced to Over Ten Years in Prison

June 08, 2022

PHOENIX – Last week, Sigfrido Adolfo Rivero, 56, of Nogales, Arizona, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Scott H. Rash to 121 months in federal prison, followed by 120 months of supervised release. Rivero previously pleaded guilty to Possession with Intent to Distribute Fentanyl. On May 19, 2021, Rivero was…

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Gang Member Involved in Courthouse Shooting Sentenced

June 08, 2022

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – ASANTE GAINES, also known as “Santi,” 25, of Bridgeport, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to 190 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for his participation in a Bridgeport gang-related activity, including a brazen daytime shooting…

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Johnston Man Admits to Trafficking Thousands of Fentanyl Pills

June 08, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I., – A Johnston man who arranged for the sale and delivery of thousands of fentanyl pills plead guilty in federal court in Providence to conspiracy to distribute fentanyl and to distribution of 400 grams or more of fentanyl, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. Johnathan King, 31…

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Man Sentenced 60 Months in Prison For Drug Trafficking

June 08, 2022

MILTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on June 7, 2022, Emanuel Dunn, 36, of Milton, Vermont, was sentenced in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, to serve 60 months in prison after his guilty plea to one count…

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Vermont Man Sentenced for Drug Trafficking Offense

June 08, 2022

WILLISTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on June 7, 2022, Matthew Fidler, 35, of Williston, Vermont, was sentenced in United States District Court in Burlington, Vermont, to serve 100 months in prison after his guilty plea to one count…

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DEA Administrator invites two El Paso and Albuquerque families to first-ever Family Summit on the Overdose Epidemic

June 07, 2022

EL PASO – Jennipher Talamantes, a counselor at an El Paso school district, and Jennifer and David Burke, the Executive Directors of Serenity Mesa Recovery Center in Albuquerque, were the only El Pasoan and New Mexicans invited to meet with Administrator Anne Milgram as part of the first-ever DEA Family…

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Niagara Falls Man Pleads Guilty to Drug and Gun Charges

June 07, 2022

BUFFALO, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, New York Division, announced that Andrew Medina, 31, of Niagara Falls, NY, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo to with conspiracy to possess with intent…

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Elmira Man Going to Prison 10 Years on Meth Conviction

June 07, 2022

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, New York Division, announced that Lamar Thompkins, 35, of Elmira, NY, who was convicted of possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of methamphetamine, was sentenced…

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Grand Jury Indicts Prior Federal Felon on New Drug Charges Along with Co-Conspirator

June 07, 2022

BUFFALO, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, New York Division, announced that a federal grand jury has returned an indictment charging Joseph S. Zaso a/k/a Joey Cracks, 38, of Buffalo, NY, and Denver J. Komenda…

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15 Years in Federal Prison for Meth Trafficking and Child Exploitation

June 07, 2022

SPOKANE, Wash. – On June 3, 2022, United States District Judge Salvador Mendoza, Jr., sentenced Lorenzo Jimenez Alanis, 47, of Mabton, Washington, to 15 years in federal prison for distributing methamphetamine, along with downloading and possessing a large collection of child pornography. Judge Mendoza also ordered Alanis to serve five…

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Corpus Christi Drug Dealer Sent to Prison For Selling Drugs on Social Media

June 07, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 29-year-old Corpus Christi resident has been ordered to federal prison for possession with intent to distribute meth, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Robert James Blanco pleaded guilty Sept. 7, 2021…

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Collinsville Osteopathic Physician Admits Illegally Prescribing Drug

June 07, 2022

ST. LOUIS – An osteopathic physician from Collinsville, Illinois, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court Tuesday and admitted illegally prescribing an anti-anxiety drug. Matthew Steven Miller, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and one count of making a false statement concerning a health…

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Tucson Brothers Sentence to 11 Years for Drug Trafficking

June 06, 2022

PHOENIX – On Friday, June 3, 2022, brothers Osmar Martinez-Ochoa, 30, and Hector Martinez-Ochoa, 28, of Tucson, were sentenced by U.S. District Judge John C. Hinderaker to each serve 11 years in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. The Martinez-Ochoa brothers previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute…

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Ceres Man Pleads Guilty to Methamphetamine Distribution Conspiracy

June 06, 2022

FRESNO, Calif. —Albert Dominguez Jr., 52, of Ceres, pleaded guilty today to conspiring to distribute methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon announced. According to court documents, Dominguez conspired with Leonor Sarabia-Ramirez, 52, of Modesto, to distribute and did, in…

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Bennington Man Charged with Federal Drug and Gun Offenses

June 06, 2022

BENNINGTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Deven Moffitt, 32, of Bennington, Vermont, was charged today by criminal complaint with three federal felonies: possession with intent to distribute controlled substances; possession of a firearm having previously been convicted of a…

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Holbrook Man Sentenced For Cocaine Trafficking; Boston Man Pleads Guilty To Cocaine Distribution

June 06, 2022

BOSTON – A Holbrook man was sentenced and a Boston man pleaded guilty yesterday in connection with their respective roles in a drug trafficking conspiracy. Andre Echevarria, 41, of Holbrook, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to 41 months in prison and three years of supervised…

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : le trafiquant de drogue de New York, Nelson Cruz, et 12 autres personnes arrêtés dans une affaire de drogue à l’échelle de la ville

C’est la suite d’une enquête d’un an sur le trafic de stupéfiants et d’armes à feu à Brooklyn et dans le Queens.

Au cours de la longue enquête, un agent d’infiltration a acheté de grandes quantités de fentanyl, de cocaïne et d’héroïne d’une valeur marchande de plus de 3 millions de dollars, selon la DEA ( Drug Enforcement Agency).

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (Douane française) : le spectre de la DNRED

Marc Fiévet, aka «NS55», est le 55e aviseur recruté par l’échelon nantais de la DNRED. Le skipper a 44 ans lorsqu’il est «tamponné» en 1988 par les douanes à Gibraltar, la minuscule enclave britannique située à la pointe sud de l’Espagne.

Le cargo MELOR financé par Bercy

C’est la grande époque de la Costa del Sol, devenue en quelques années le nouvel épicentre du trafic de drogue en Europe. Proposant aux malfrats de convoyer leur came à bord de son voilier, NS55 répercute toutes les informations en temps réel à ses officiers traitants, ébahis devant l’audace de cet aviseur hors pair.

Ses résultats sont tellement extraordinaires que Charasse le reçoit en personne à Bercy, et vient lui rendre visite à Marbella.

Encouragé, Fiévet a ouvert un bar-restaurant, en association avec la Douane Française, dans la station balnéaire d’ESTEPONA, le Saint-Georges, où se bousculent la pègre locale et les truands de passage. Mais au fil des saisies, la pression n’en finit pas de se resserrer sur NS55.

Le 23 septembre 1994, il est interpellé dans le sud de l’Espagne. Deux mandats d’arrêt internationaux ont été émis contre lui par le Canada et le Royaume-Uni, convaincus de son rôle dans l’importation de plusieurs tonnes de drogue sur leur territoire.

Lâché par ses ex-amis douaniers, Marc Fiévet fera plus de dix ans de prison entre l’Espagne, l’Angleterre, le Canada et la France.

Depuis, son spectre flotte toujours sur l’histoire du service.

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Le « SECRET DÉFENSE » est toujours appliqué au dossier de Marc Fievet

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Il semblerait que l’honneur ne soit pas une vertu connue par les DG Comolli, Viala, Duhamel, Cadiou, Auvigne, Mongin, Fournel, Crocquevieille, Gintz et Braun-Lemaire

La honte « ad vitam aeternam » sur les DG de la Douane Française

avec la médaille d’or pour l’énarque IGF François Auvigne

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (DOD de la DNRED – Douane) : le procès aurait-il obtenu un huis clos médiatique ?

par Marc Fievet, AKA NS 55 DNRED

Le procès en cours de cadres douaniers de la DNRED semble ne pas motiver les grands médias de masse appelés « mainstream » à nous rapporter le déroulement de ces journées durant lesquelles les magistrats cherchent à comprendre avant de juger!

Sans doute silence du à une consigne savamment transmise, voire une prudente réserve sur ce dossier qui a interpellé bon nombre de nos concitoyens.

Dès le début de cette affaire, j’avais écrit que le manque de courage de nos grands manitous d’ « Enarchie » ou d’ailleurs, très forts pour pousser des cris d’orfraie, mais incapables d’assumer une quelconque responsabilité, aurait des conséquences durables sur le fonctionnement des services actions de la Douane française.

Jamais, cette affaire n’aurait dû « tomber » dans le domaine public via la justice qui ne pourra que faire plus de mal que de bien à l’institution. Il fallait traiter en interne avec rigueur et sans passe droit ou autres mesures de copinage de type mafieux ces dérapages connus et jamais vraiment dénoncés par nos fonctionnaires participants, à l’insu de leur plein gré, auprès d’une hiérarchie perdue, qui a donné les ordres aux gabelous au cours des « opérations clandestines bidons », de couper leurs portables et d’utiliser des téléphones d’emprunt ?

Certes, on ne fait pas de renseignements et autres actions dérivées avec le « Dalloz » en main en le brandissant telle la bible lors des campagnes de christianisation ou autres croisades.

Mais vouloir aujourd’hui juger cette affaire est une gageure hasardeuse qui ne solutionnera rien, surtout en oubliant tout ou partie des responsables de ces dérives .

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : toutes les dernières « narco-news » au 4 juin 2022

Boston Man Sentenced In Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

June 03, 2022

BOSTON – A Boston man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston on conspiracy and distribution charges involving fentanyl. Valentin Pujols, 35, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to time served (14 days in prison) and two years of supervised release, with the…

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Newton Physician Resolves Allegations Of Improper Prescribing Practices Concerning Controlled Substances

June 03, 2022

BOSTON – Dr. Hooshang Poor, a Newton geriatric medicine physician, has agreed to pay $100,000 to resolve allegations that he prescribed controlled substances outside the usual course of professional practice, a violation of the Controlled Substances Act. Dr. Poor previously resolved allegations in February 2019 that he violated the False…

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Two Women Admit to Smuggling Over $2M in Fentanyl and Other Narcotics

June 02, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Two Houston women have admitted to conspiring to possess with intent to distribute fentanyl, heroin and cocaine, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Today, Clarissa Hernandez, 23, admitted to her role in…

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Georgia Man Arranging Methamphetamine Transactions from within Federal Prison Sentenced to 300 Additional Months in Federal Prison

June 02, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Brian Stanton, 38, of Athens, Georgia, was sentenced to 300 months in federal prison following his trial conviction on charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of a mixture containing methamphetamine. Jason R. Coody, United States Attorney for the…

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Port St. Joe Man Sentenced to 14 Years in Prison for Conspiracy to Distribute Methamphetamine

June 02, 2022

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. –Roderick L. Robinson, 55, of Port St. Joe, Florida, also known as “Raggedy” and “Rags,” was sentenced to 168 months in federal prison for his part in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Jason R. Coody, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Florida, announced the sentence. “Those…

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Selling Counterfeit Pills with Fentanyl Results in 11 Years in Prison

June 02, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A Liberty, Mo., man was sentenced in federal court today for distributing fentanyl from his apartment near Liberty High School and for illegally possessing a firearm. Daniel I. Ramirez, 22, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Gary A. Fenner to 11 years in federal prison without…

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Former U.S. Marine Angel Dominguez Ramirez Jr. Sentenced for Leading International Cocaine Distribution Organization

June 01, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Angel Dominguez Ramirez Jr., a former U.S. Marine with dual U.S. and Mexican citizenship, was sentenced in federal court to 195 months in prison for leading an international organization that transported ton-quantities of cocaine from South America to Mexico and into the United States. Dominguez had previously…

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Drug Dealer Pleads Guilty to Selling Counterfeit Pills that Caused Death of Thirty-Five-Year-Old

June 01, 2022

SAN DIEGO – Drug dealer Saul Caro pleaded guilty in federal court today, admitting that he sold the fentanyl that caused the fatal overdose of a thirty-five-year-old San Diego resident, identified in court records as M.S. According to his plea agreement, on April 11, 2021, Caro and the victim exchanged…

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Rochester Man Pleads Guilty to Gun Charge for His Role in Cocaine Conspiracy

June 01, 2022

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney James P. Kennedy, Jr. and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, New York Division, announced today that Deshan Scott, 22, of Rochester, NY, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Frank P. Geraci, Jr. to possession of a firearm in…

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Two Men Indicted for International Conspiracy to Ship Fentanyl, Other Drugs into United States through Dark Web Connections

June 01, 2022

BRUNSWICK, GA: Two men from Canada and the United Kingdom have been indicted in the Southern District of Georgia on federal charges alleging an international operation used the Dark Web to distribute illegal drugs in the United States, with some of those drugs resulting in the deaths of two U.S…

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Young Texan Ordered to Federal Prison for Smuggling Cocaine on Bus

June 01, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 21-year-old Hidalgo County man has been sent to federal prison for possessing with the intent to distribute 4.5 kilograms of cocaine, announced U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Matthew Ethan Joseph Castillo pleaded guilty Feb. 10. Today, U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos ordered Castillo to…

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Monroe Father and Son Sentenced to Prison for Money Laundering and Illegal Marijuana Business

May 31, 2022

Seattle – A father and son who ran a multimillion-dollar illegal marijuana business in Monroe, Washington, were each sentenced to five-year prison terms today, on drug and money laundering charges. Kenneth Warren Rhule, 28, was sentenced to five years in prison for conspiracy to manufacture and distribute marijuana and laundering…

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Burlington Man Sentenced for Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine Base

May 31, 2022

BURLINGTON, Vt. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that on May 31, 2022, Hussein Mubarak, 21, of Burlington, Vermont, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Christina Reiss to 10 months’ imprisonment and a 3-year term of supervised release for possession with intent…

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Two Plead Guilty to Heroin Sales in St. Joseph

May 31, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two St. Joseph, Mo., men have pleaded guilty to their roles in a conspiracy to distribute heroin and to illegally possessing firearms. Franklin T. Hicks Jr., also known as “Frankie,” 41, pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Greg Kays to participating in a conspiracy to…

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Three Indicted for Large-Scale Meth Conspiracy

May 31, 2022

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Three defendants were indicted by a federal grand jury today for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute large amounts of methamphetamine in southwest Missouri after law enforcement officers seized approximately 29 pounds of methamphetamine. Brian E. Hall, 44, of Aurora, Mo., and Jacqueline Aldrete Bojorquez…

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Man Indicted on Suspicion of Trafficking Illicit Drugs

May 31, 2022

PHOENIX – Special Agent in Charge Cheri Oz and Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that Jose Luis Montoya Miranda has been indicted on one count Conspiracy, one count Illegally Conducting an enterprise, one count Transportation of a Narcotic Drug for sale (Fentanyl) in an Amount over the Statutory Threshold…

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DEA El Paso Safety Bulletin

May 28, 2022

EL PASO – In the past few days, the Drug Enforcement Administration El Paso Division has learned of several instances of individuals who used illicit drugs and then experienced overdose symptoms. It is suspected that the illicit drugs may be mixed with a synthetic opioid. DEA El Paso Division has…

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Alleged Drug Trafficker Arraigned in Chicago After Extradition From Mexico

May 27, 2022

CHICAGO — Robert Bell, Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Chicago Division, and U.S. Attorney John R. Lausch, Jr., for the Northern District of Illinois, announced that an alleged drug trafficker charged with distributing heroin in the Chicago area was arraigned today in federal court in Chicago after…

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14 Arrested After Federal, State And Local Investigation Into Waterbury Drug Trafficking

May 27, 2022

WATERBURY, Conn. – United States Attorney Vanessa Roberts Avery, Special Agent in Charge Brian D. Boyle of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England and Waterbury Police Chief Fernando C. Spagnolo announced that the following 14 individuals have been arrested on federal narcotics trafficking charges related to the distribution of…

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Former Doctor Sentenced To 46 Months In Prison For Illegally Prescribing Controlled Substances

May 27, 2022

TRUMBULL, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that DAVID CIANCIMINO, 63, of Trumbull, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Omar A. Williams in Hartford to 46 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for illegally distributing prescription medication…

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New Haven Man Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In Federal Prison For Trafficking Fentanyl And Heroin

May 27, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that QUENTINE DAVIS, 31, of New Haven, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to 63 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for trafficking…

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Trafficker Sentenced to Federal Prison For Distributing Meth

May 26, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 40-year-old Kingsville resident has been ordered to federal prison following her conviction of possession with intent to distribute over 120 grams of pure meth, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Aarika…

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Lake City Man Pleads Guilty to Illegally Possessing Firearms and Distributing Crack Cocaine

May 26, 2022

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that Edrick D. Jackson (28, Lake City) has pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as a convicted felon and three counts of distribution of cocaine base (also known as “crack” cocaine). Jackson faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in…

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Multi-Kilogram Drug Trafficker Convicted at Trial, After Spending More than Four Years on the Lam

May 26, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announces that a federal jury has found Derrick Samuel Lewis (51, Sarasota) guilty of conspiracy, possession with the intent to distribute five kilograms or more of cocaine, and possession with the intent to distribute 100 kilograms or more of marijuana. Lewis…

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Indiana Man Sentenced to 9 Years for Meth Trafficking

May 26, 2022

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Merrillville, Indiana, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson for the Northern District of Indiana announced that Kelvin Franklin, 39, of South Bend, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge Jon E. DeGuilio on…

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Drug Traffickers Sentenced to Decades for Selling Meth and Marijuana in Indiana

May 25, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that seven individuals have been sentenced for conspiracy to distribute controlled substances, including methamphetamine and marijuana. The defendants had previously been indicted on…

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Valley Resident Sentenced for Smuggling Cocaine Worth $2M

May 25, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – A 29-year-old man residing in Mission is sentenced to federal prison following his conviction of possession with the intent to distribute drugs, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Reynaldo Perez Jr. pleaded…

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West Warwick Man Sentenced for Trafficking Thousands of Fentanyl Pills

May 25, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A West Warwick man who arranged for the sale of substantial quantities of fentanyl-laced counterfeit OxyContin to an undercover member of the Rhode Island DEA Drug Task Force was sentenced today to four years in federal prison, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. Richard Delsanto, 29…

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Springfield Man Arrested For Fentanyl Distribution

May 25, 2022

BOSTON – A Springfield man was arrested today on a drug offense involving fentanyl distribution. Christian Camacho, 25, was indicted on one count of possession with intent to distribute 40 grams or more of fentanyl. Camacho was released on conditions following an initial appearance this afternoon in federal court in…

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results in DEA and Partners Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds of Unneeded Medications in an Effort to Prevent Addiction and Reduce Overdose Deaths

May 25, 2022

MIAMI – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16 million…

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Carlsbad Man Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison for Drug Trafficking

May 24, 2022

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Jermaine Ryan Alvarez, 38, of Carlsbad, New Mexico, was sentenced in federal court today to nine years in prison for one count of possession with intent to distribute more than 100 grams of a mixture and substance containing a detectable amount of heroin and one count of…

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Godfather of Black Stone Gorilla Gang Sentenced to Over 32 Years in Prison

May 24, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York and Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge, Drug Enforcement Administration New York Division, announced that Alexander Arguedas, a/k/a “Reckless,” was sentenced today to 32 years and 6 months in prison in…

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Staten Island Man Sentenced for Distributing Heroin and Fentanyl

May 24, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Earlier today, in federal court in Brooklyn, Nalerton Charles, also known as “Lite,” was sentenced by United States District Judge I. Leo Glasser to 210 months’ imprisonment for distribution and possession with intent to distribute narcotics. Charles pleaded guilty to the charge in November 2021. Breon…

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Meth Dealers Who Plotted to Kill DEA Agent Plead Guilty

May 24, 2022

DALLAS – Two drug traffickers who plotted to assassinate a DEA task force office have plead guilty, announced Eduardo A. Chávez, Special Agent in Charge of Dallas Field Division Manuel Gomez-Garcia, 35, and Jorge Humberto Velazco Larios, 29, were indicted in the summer of 2020. Mr. Gomez pleaded guilty to…

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results in DEA and Partners Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds of Unneeded Medications in an Effort to Prevent Addiction and Reduce Overdose Deaths

May 24, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16…

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Hartford Man Sentenced To Federal Prison

May 24, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that MAICO TURELL, 49, of Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Omar A. Williams in Hartford to 30 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for fentanyl distribution and firearm…

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Central Falls Men Sentenced For Roles in Drug Trafficking Organization

May 24, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Two men from Central Falls who played integral roles in a Drug Trafficking Organization (DTO) that shipped dozens of kilos of cocaine into Rhode Island through the U.S. Postal Service were sentenced today to federal prison, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. George Mojica, 42, and…

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Taunton Man Sentenced For Fentanyl Trafficking

May 24, 2022

BOSTON – A Taunton man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for drug trafficking activities involving fentanyl. Carlos Rivera, 47, was sentenced by U.S. Senior District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock to five years in prison and four years of supervised release. On Jan. 24, 2022, Rivera pleaded…

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results in DEA and Partners Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds

May 23, 2022

SAN DIEGO – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16…

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results in DEA and Partners Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds

May 23, 2022

NEW ORLEANS – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16…

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DEA Omaha Division Collects Nearly 19,000 Pounds of Unneeded Medications on Take Back Day

May 23, 2022

OMAHA, Neb. – Communities across the five state DEA Omaha Division, which includes Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota, demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off 18,729 pounds of unneeded medications at 176 collection sites on April 30. Nationally, DEA…

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More than 700,000 Pounds Collected at DEA Drug Take Back Day

May 23, 2022

PHOENIX – On April 30th, 2022, the DEA Phoenix Field Division, along with our law enforcement and community partners collected 8,215 pounds of unneeded prescription medications throughout the State of Arizona, as part of DEA’s on-going commitment to prevent addition and reduce overdose deaths. Nationwide, more than 720,000 pounds of…

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« Operation River Fork” Defendant Sentenced for Trafficking Crack Cocaine

May 23, 2022

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – A Woonsocket man was sentenced today to two years in federal prison for participating in the distribution of crack cocaine, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. Bradley Dewalt, 30, was one of eighteen “Operation River Fork” defendants arrested during a 2020 FBI Project Safe Neighborhoods investigation…

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Investigation by Tucson Strike Force Leads to Indictment of 13 Involved in Drug Distribution Conspiracy

May 23, 2022

TUCSON, Ariz. – Today, the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona announced the unsealing of a 30-count indictment against 13 individuals for charges related to the distribution of methamphetamine, fentanyl, cocaine, and heroin. On May 4, a federal grand jury in Tucson returned the indictment against the…

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More than 700,000 Pounds Collected at DEA Drug Take Back Day

May 23, 2022

SEATTLE– On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16 million pounds…

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Marana Man sentenced to 57 months for Possession of Ammunition by Convicted Felon

May 23, 2022

TUCSON, Ariz. – Tyrell Kester, 36, of Marana, Arizona, was sentenced last week by U.S. District Judge Rosemary Márquez to 57 months in prison, followed by three years of supervised release. Kester previously pleaded guilty to possession of ammunition by a prohibited person. On April 22, 2021, federal agents and…

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National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Results in DEA and Partners Collecting Hundreds of Thousands of Pounds of Unneeded Medications in an Effort to Prevent Addiction and Reduce Overdose Deaths

May 23, 2022

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16…

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More than 700,000 Pounds Collected at DEA Drug Take Back Day

May 23, 2022

WASHINGTON – On April 30, 2022, communities across the country demonstrated their support for DEA’s annual National Prescription Drug Take Back Day by dropping off more than 720,000 pounds of unneeded medications at 5,144 collection sites. Since 2010, DEA, along with its law enforcement partners, has collected nearly 16 million…

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Six Individuals Charged with Federal Drug Trafficking Offenses

May 20, 2022

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Victor Nevarez, Juan Rivera Arzate, Adhemar Castaneda Becerril, and Pedro Gaona Salse were four of six charged defendants arrested and arraigned last week in federal court on narcotics trafficking charges, announced United States Attorney Stephanie M. Hinds and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Wade…

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Dominican Republic Citizen Extradited to the United States on Money Laundering Charges

May 20, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a citizen of the Dominican Republic, who was extradited to the United States on money laundering charges, made his…

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Kansas Grand Jury Indicts Two for Fentanyl Trafficking

May 20, 2022

WICHITA, Kan. – A federal grand jury in Wichita returned an indictment May 20 charging Alberto Vasquez, 48, of Tucson, Ariz., with one count of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance, fentanyl. Ever Quintana-Lopez, 31, of Wichita, was also charged with one count of possession of fentanyl with…

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Lawrence Man Arrested for Fentanyl Distribution

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Lawrence, Massachusetts, man was arrested yesterday on fentanyl distribution charges. Rafael Sierra-Baez, 42, was charged with five counts of distribution and possession with intent to distribute fentanyl. Following an initial appearance yesterday before U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Marianne B. Bowler, Sierra-Baez was detained pending a detention…

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15 People Charged with Trafficking Semi-Truckloads of Marijuana and Laundering Drug Proceeds

May 20, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael J. Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced that a federal grand jury has indicted 15 people on drug trafficking and money laundering charges. Specifically, the indictment charges the defendants…

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Father and Son Sentenced to More Than 12 Years in Prison in Large-Scale Cocaine and Heroin Trafficking Conspiracy

May 20, 2022

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Gang Member Sentenced to More Than 8 Years for Drug Trafficking, Role in Bridgeport Courthouse Shooting

May 20, 2022

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Destine Calderon, 27, of Bridgeport, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet Bond Arterton in New Haven to 97 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for his participation in a Bridgeport gang, and his role in a gang-related shooting that occurred in…

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Brockton Man Sentenced to More Than 12 Years in Prison for Drug Trafficking and Firearm Offenses

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Brockton, Massachusetts, man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston in connection with trafficking fentanyl and cocaine. Paul Nova, aka “Meagan,” 30, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to 150 months in prison and four years of supervised release. In June 2021…

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Sutton Man Sentenced for Cocaine Conspiracy

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Sutton man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester, Massachusetts, for conspiring to distribute cocaine. Bruce Marando, 48, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Hillman to 57 months in prison and three years of supervised release. On Aug. 20, 2021, Marando was convicted…

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Lowell Man Sentenced In Trafficking Conspiracy Involving Counterfeit Pills Containing Methamphetamine

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Lowell, Massachusetts man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy involving methamphetamine disguised as counterfeit Adderall pills. Vimoon Sortsoy, 29, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Allison D. Burroughs to five years in prison and four years…

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Revere Man Sentenced to 10 Years for Attempted Purchase of 20 Kilograms of Cocaine

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Revere, Massachusetts, man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston in connection with attempting to purchase 20 kilograms of cocaine from undercover agents. Jesus Arley Munera-Gomez, 35, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to 10 years in prison and five years of…

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Lawrence Man Sentenced for Fentanyl Trafficking

May 20, 2022

BOSTON – A Lawrence, Massachusetts, man was sentenced today in federal court in Boston for his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy involving fentanyl. Hector Minaya Melo, aka “El Jefe,” 35, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Stearns to 54 months in prison. In May 2021, Minaya…

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Drug Dealer Who Mailed Meth Sentenced to More Than 7 Years in Prison

May 19, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Court Judge Ronnie L. White sentenced on May 19 a drug dealer who mailed crystal methamphetamine to St. Louis from Arizona to seven and one-half years in prison. Hosea Simpson, 36, pleaded guilty in February to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine. Beginning in 2019…

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Republic Man Sentenced for Meth Trafficking after High-Speed Chase

May 19, 2022

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Republic, Mo., man, who led law enforcement officers on a high-speed chase, was sentenced in federal court May 19 for possessing methamphetamine to distribute. Heath E. Yarger, 49, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge M. Douglas Harpool to 14 years in federal prison without parole. On…

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Multiple Arrests for Meth Dealing Result in 9 Years of Prison

May 19, 2022

ST. LOUIS – U.S. District Court Judge Ronnie L. White sentenced a significant dealer of methamphetamine May 19 to nine years in prison. Anne R. Jekel, 42, of St. Louis County, was caught multiple times in possession of methamphetamine and guns. On Nov. 29, 2016, Maryland Heights police officers arrested…

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (DOD de la DNRED de la Douane) : à Bercy, que pense Monsieur Gabriel Attal de toutes ces magouilles ?

Habitué des conférences de presse, il semble que le ministre du Budget aura quelques difficultés à s’exprimer sur cette sinistre affaire montée de toutes pièces dans le seul but de doper artificiellement les chiffres !

La justice soupçonne l’opération« Aurore » d’avoir été montée de toutes pièces

Si la justice doute encore, c’est à désespérer du travail d’intelligence que l’instruction a fourni !

Seuls, sur le banc des accusés de ces filouteries douanières, quelques responsables irresponsables et beaucoup d’absentéisme volontaire !

Vincent Monnier de l’OBS a sorti un papier à l’instant

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Procès des dérives des douanes : les saisies record étaient-elles totalement fumeuses ?

Jusqu’au 9 juin se tient au tribunal de Paris le procès de six anciens hauts cadres de la DNRED, le service de renseignement des douanes. Ils sont notamment soupçonnés d’avoir monté de toutes pièces deux opérations de saisie de café avec l’aide de leur aviseur fétiche et controversé. Lequel en aurait profité pour importer des cigarettes de contrebande. Ce que les protagonistes contestent.

Par Vincent Monnier publié le 31 mai 2022 à 17h25

C’était ce qu’on appelle une « saisie record ». De celles qui font les gros titres de la presse, gonflent d’un coup les statistiques et suscitent les félicitations des ministres de tutelle. A l’été 2015, les agents de la Direction nationale du Renseignement et des Enquêtes douanières (DNRED) mettent la main sur 43 tonnes de café contrefait de la marque L’Or de Maison du Café, tout d’abord dans un poids lourd arrêté à un péage de l’autoroute A1, puis dans un entrepôt d’Argenteuil (Val-d’Oise). « Une première sur le territoire national », claironnent alors Bercy et la Direction des Douanes. Las, les développements judiciaires de cette affaire ne seront pas vraiment ceux initialement escomptés.

Depuis le 9 mai, six anciens haut gradés de la DNRED – un service figurant parmi le premier cercle de la communauté du renseignement, au même titre que la DGSI ou la DGSE –, deux aviseurs et un intermédiaire comparaissent devant la 11e chambre du tribunal correctionnel de Paris pour des faits d’« importation en bande organisée de marchandises contrefaites », « escroquerie », « détournement de fonds publics ».

La justice soupçonne l’opération, baptisée « Aurore », d’avoir été montée de toutes pièces dans le seul but de doper artificiellement les chiffres. Autrement dit, cette saisie de contrefaçons serait elle-même contrefaite. Un comble pour des douaniers.

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Désolé, c’est réservé aux abonnés !

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USA 🇺🇸 (DEA) : toutes les dernières « narco-news » au 20 mai 2022

Convicted Felon Sentenced to Prison for Involvement in a Drug Trafficking Organization

May 19, 2022

PHOENIX – Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Jovanni Limon Salas was sentenced to prison for his involvement in a drug trafficking organization. On May 13, 2021, police were investigating a suspected drug trafficker and observed a drug deal occur in a business parking lot. Police followed Limon Salas away from…

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DEA Educational Foundation Celebrates Success of First-Ever Lacrosse Clinic

May 16, 2022

Alliance, Neb. — The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Educational Foundation offered its first-ever, free, afterschool lacrosse clinic to middle school students in Alliance, March 28-April 4, in partnership with the Alliance Police Department, Cheyenne Youth Lacrosse Team and USA Lacrosse. Coaches and players with the Cheyenne Youth Lacrosse team in…

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New York Man Indicted For Fentanyl Trafficking

May 13, 2022

BOSTON – A New York man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on drug trafficking charges involving fentanyl. Chanty Reynoso Vasquez, 27, of Bronx, N.Y., was indicted on possession with intent to distribute 400 grams or more of fentanyl. According to the indictment, on March 30, 2022, in…

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Two Face Federal Drug Charges After Multi-Agency Enforcement Operation in Washington, Vermont

May 13, 2022

WASHINGTON, Vt.- The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that Nicole LeClair, 34, of Washington, Vermont, and Christopher Emmons, 51, of Washington, Vermont, were arrested today during search warrants at their residences. LeClair has been charged with distributions of controlled substances that occurred at…

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Man Charged in Sales of Nearly 50 Pounds of Crystal Meth in Manhattan and Queens

May 13, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – A North Carolina man is charged with Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Second Degree for allegedly selling 22 kilograms (over 48 pounds) of crystal methamphetamine in Manhattan and Queens during an undercover investigation. Bridget G. Brennan, New York City’s Special Narcotics Prosecutor, Frank…

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Providence Man Admits to Possessing Nearly 2 Kilos of Cocaine

May 13, 2022

PROVIDENCE – A Providence man, arrested in April 2021 moments after he claimed a package that was found by investigators to contain nearly two kilograms of cocaine shipped from Puerto Rico, pled guilty in federal court on Wednesday to possession with intent to distribute 500 grams or more of cocaine…

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Lowell Man Sentenced To Four Years In Prison For Cocaine Conspiracy With Colombian Criminal Organization

May 13, 2022

BOSTON – A Lowell man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Boston for his role in a cocaine trafficking conspiracy connected to a Colombian-based criminal enterprise. Juan Pablo Ariasgil, 41, of Lowell, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Chief Judge F. Dennis Saylor IV to four years in prison…

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Craig Wilkins Pleads Not Guilty to Drug and Firearms Charges

May 13, 2022

RUTLAND, Vt. – The United States Attorney for the District of Vermont announced that Craig Wilkins, 37, of Rutland, pleaded not guilty today in United States District Court in Burlington to charges that he possessed two handguns as a convicted felon and that he possessed fentanyl and cocaine base with…

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Hartford Man Sentenced To More Than 5 Years In Federal Prison For Role In Cocaine Trafficking Ring

May 13, 2022

HARTFORD, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that KENDALL HOOKS, 50, of Hartford, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford to 66 months of imprisonment, followed by five years of supervised release, for trafficking cocaine. According to…

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Man Charged with April 2018 Mount Vernon Murder

May 12, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, John B. DeVito, Special Agent in Charge of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, New York Field Division, Frank A. Tarentino III, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration…

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Naugatuck Man Sentenced To 33 Months In Federal Prison For Distributing Heroin

May 12, 2022

NAUGATUCK, Conn. – Vanessa Roberts Avery, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that ADAM MINES, 38, of Naugatuck, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Vanessa L. Bryant in Hartford to 33 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for distributing heroin. According to…

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Mercer County Accounting Professor Charged with Tax Evasion and Filing False Tax Returns

May 12, 2022

TRENTON, N.J. – A Mercer County, New Jersey, man was arrested today for tax evasion and filing false tax returns, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced. Gordian A. Ndubizu, 67, of Princeton Junction, New Jersey, is charged in an eight-count indictment unsealed today with four counts of tax evasion and…

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Former Mercer County Pharmacist Charged with Illegally Distributing Oxycodone and Other Opiates from Trenton Pharmacy

May 12, 2022

TRENTON, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a former pharmacist was arrested today for her role in distributing and dispensing outside the course of professional practice…

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Haitian Police Officer Charged with International Narcotics Conspiracy, Narcotics Distribution, and Firearms Offense

May 12, 2022

R. Denise Foster Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Caribbean Division, Robert Bell Special Agent in Charge of the Chicago Division and Richard G. Frohling United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin announced the extradition of Haitian police officer Alex Mompremier from Haiti based on an indictment…

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Manhattan Gang Member Convicted of 2014 Murder of Orlando Rivera

May 11, 2022

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – Damian Williams, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced today the conviction of Christian Pabon, a/k/a “Banga,” of racketeering conspiracy and murder in aid of racketeering. A unanimous jury convicted PABON of every count presented to the jury after a one-week trial…

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Haitian Police Officer Charged with International Drug and Gun Offenses

May 11, 2022

MILWAUKEE – John G. McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, Renita D. Foster, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Caribbean Division, and U.S. Attorney Richard G. Frohling for the Eastern District of Wisconsin announced the transfer of Haitian police officer Alex Mompremier from Haiti…

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Rock Hill Man Pleads Guilty in Large Drug Trafficking Case

May 11, 2022

COLUMBIA, S.C. – Darryl Hemphill, 34, of Rock Hill, pled guilty in federal court to conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. Evidence presented at the change of plea hearing established that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Rock Hill Police Department began to investigate a group of defendants who were…

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Duplin Man Receives 15 Years in Federal Prison for Heroin and Methamphetamine Trafficking

May 11, 2022

NEW BERN, N.C. – Michael Hall, 34, of Duplin County, was sentenced to 180 months in prison for charges related to drug trafficking and firearms. Hall was convicted of the following charges: Conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and distribute 500 grams or more of a substance containing methamphetamine…

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Buffalo Man Going to Prison for Selling Heroin and Fentanyl

May 11, 2022

BUFFALO, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney Trini E. Ross and Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division announced today that Moralles Mendez, 44, of Buffalo, NY, who was convicted of possession with intent to distribute 100 grams or more of heroin, was sentenced to…

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Leader of Violent Rochester Drug Ring Sentenced to Life in Prison for Drug and Gun Charges, and Murder

May 11, 2022

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – U.S. Attorney Trini E. Ross and Special Agent in Charge Frank A. Tarentino III, Drug Enforcement Administration, New York Division announced today that Carlos Javier Figueroa a/k/a Javi, a/k/a Big Bro, 44, of Rochester, NY, who was convicted following a federal jury trial of narcotics conspiracy, possession…

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Horry County Man Receives 11-year Sentence for Distributing Heroin and Fentanyl

May 11, 2022

FLORENCE, S.C. – Darryl Lamont McKenith, 33, of Aynor, was sentenced to 11 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute and to distribute heroin and fentanyl. Evidence presented to the court showed that McKenith was involved in a multi-year conspiracy to distribute…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 10, 2022

SAN DIEGO – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat…

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High-ranking member of violent drug trafficking ring sentenced to nine years in prison

May 10, 2022

Seattle – A significant drug distributor for the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to nine years in prison, announced U.S. Attorney Nick Brown. Adrian Izazaga-Martinez, 32, of Kent, Washington, was ordering 8-pound loads of methamphetamine. At the sentencing hearing U.S. District…

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Phoenix Man Charged After Seizure of 178,000 Suspected Fentanyl Pills, Guns, and Other Drugs

May 10, 2022

PHOENIX, Ariz. – Marco Antonio Medina, 29, of Phoenix, Arizona, was charged last week via criminal complaint with three counts of possession of controlled substances for distribution and one count of possession of a firearm by a felon. Medina was arrested on May 2 and had his initial appearance in…

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Indiana Man Sentenced to 12 Years for Conspiracy to Distribute Narcotics

May 10, 2022

SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Merrillville, Indiana, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson for the Northern District of Indiana announced that Javier Gil, 37, of South Bend, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Damon R. Leichty on his…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 10, 2022

SEATTLE– In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat that fentanyl…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 10, 2022

ST. LOUIS – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 10, 2022

NEW YORK CITY – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous…

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DEA El Paso Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 10, 2022

El Paso – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and other valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat that fentanyl…

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Wisconsin Man Sentenced to 137 Months for Meth Trafficking

May 10, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – John G McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, and U.S. Attorney Timothy M. O’Shea for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that TJ Myers, 33, of Merrill, Wisconsin, was sentenced today by Chief U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson to 137 months…

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Chicago Man Sentenced to 4 Years for Attempting to Possess Fentanyl for Distribution

May 10, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – John G. McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, and U.S. Attorney Timothy M. O’Shea for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Jeffrey Kemp, 55, of Chicago, was sentenced on Friday, May 6, by Chief U.S. District Judge James D. Peterson to…

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Defendants Face Charges in High School Drug Advertising and Distribution Cases

May 09, 2022

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Office of the United States Attorney filed federal criminal complaints charging Benjamin Reily Bliss; Louis Alexander, aka “lulu;” and Brandon William Carranza-Arthur with crimes related to the distribution of fentanyl to high school students in Monterey County. The charges were announced by Drug Enforcement Administration…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 09, 2022

DALLAS – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat that…

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Brooklyn Gang Leader Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison for Murder for Hire Conspiracy, Use of Firearm, and Narcotics Trafficking

May 09, 2022

BROOKLYN, NY – Earlier today, in federal court in Brooklyn, Ronald Williams, a leader of the ‘90s Crew street gang based in the Canarsie and East Flatbush neighborhoods of Brooklyn, was sentenced by United States District Judge LaShann DeArcy Hall to 24 years’ imprisonment for conspiracy to commit murder-for-hire, conspiracy…

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DEA Recognizes First Ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day

May 09, 2022

WASHINGTON – In an effort to save lives, DEA is proud to join “Song for Charlie” and many of our valued public health, non-profit, and law enforcement partners in recognizing the first ever National Fentanyl Awareness Day. This day is an effort to educate individuals around the dangerous threat that…

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Man Who Rammed SUV into Police Charged With Drug and Gun Crimes

May 06, 2022

DALLAS, TX – A Dallas drug trafficker who rammed his vehicle into a police car during his arrest has been charged with gun and drug crimes, announced Eduardo A. Chávez, Special Agent in Charge of DEA Dallas. Angel Manuel Fuentes-Melendez, 23, was indicted on Tuesday with one count of conspiracy…

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DEA Launches First Year of Operation Engage in Richmond, VA

May 06, 2022

Richmond, Va., – Today, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) Washington Division announces the launch of Operation Engage in Richmond, Virginia. Operation Engage is comprehensive, community-level initiative, implemented to target and address the drug and related violence issues in cities with high levels of drug related problems. Operation Engage is new…

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Prison Sentence for Perjurer Wraps up Prosecution of Middle Georgia Drug Trafficking Conspiracy

May 05, 2022

MACON, GA – Thirteen defendants have been sentenced to terms of up to 15 years in prison after an extensive operation that targeted a middle Georgia drug trafficking conspiracy. Eight men and four women were indicted in February 2021 under Operation Breaking the Bond, an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task…

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Waterbury Man Pleads Guilty To Drug Distribution And Firearm Possession Offenses

May 04, 2022

WATERBURY, Conn. – Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that LENWOOD GATLING, 38, of Waterbury, pleaded guilty today before U.S. District Judge Michael P. Shea in Hartford to narcotics distribution and firearm possession offenses. According to court documents and statements made in court, between…

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Providence Resident Sentenced for Distributing Crack Cocaine

May 04, 2022

PROVIDENCE – A Providence resident who sold crack cocaine on at least three occasions while under surveillance by members of the FBI’s Safe Street Task Force was sentenced today to five years in federal prison, announced United States Attorney Zachary A. Cunha. Michael Rodriguez, 26, pled guilty on August 31…

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Providence Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison For Fentanyl And Heroin Trafficking

May 04, 2022

BOSTON – A Providence man was sentenced yesterday in federal court in Worcester in connection with drug trafficking activities involving fentanyl and heroin. Darwin J. Gonzalez Reyes a/k/a “España,” 36, was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Hillman to 10 years in prison and five years of…

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New Haven Man Sentenced To Federal Prison For Possessing Sawed-Off Rifle

May 04, 2022

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that ANGEL RODRIGUEZ-MENDEZ, 25, of New Haven, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Victor A. Bolden in Bridgeport to 27 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release, for illegal possession…

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Waterbury Man Involved In Connecticut-To-Maine Drug And Gun Trafficking Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison

May 04, 2022

WATERBURY, Conn. – Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that LONNIE JOYNER, also known as “Flo,” 37, of Waterbury, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to 120 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release…

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Indiana Man Sentenced to 57 Months for Firearms Offense

May 04, 2022

HAMMOND, Ind. – Alfred A. Cooke, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration-Merrillville, Indiana, and U.S. Attorney Clifford D. Johnson for the Northern District of Indiana announced that Bruce Leipart, 39, of Hobart, Indiana, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge James T. Moody on his plea…

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Newark Man Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Role in Drug Trafficking Organization

May 03, 2022

NEWARK, N.J. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey Philip R. Sellinger announced a Newark man was sentenced today to 120 months in prison for his role in a drug trafficking conspiracy…

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A Man Sentenced For Dealing Drugs on Behalf of Texas “Mexikan” Mafia

May 03, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – A 29 year-old Corpus Christi resident has been ordered to federal prison for his role in a large drug conspiracy involving heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and meth, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B…

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South Texas Man Sentenced for Smuggling 17 Kilos of Meth

May 03, 2022

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – A 55 year-old Ennis resident has been ordered to federal prison following his conviction of possession with the intent to distribute kilograms of meth, announced Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Special Agent in Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Houston Division and U.S. Attorney Jennifer B. Lowery. Enrique Perez…

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18 Charged with Meth Trafficking in Indiana

May 03, 2022

INDIANAPOLIS – Michael Gannon, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of U.S. Drug Enforcement Adminstration-Indianapolis, and U.S. Attorney Zachary A. Myers for the Southern District of Indiana announced on that 18 individuals were indicted by a federal grand jury on drug trafficking and money laundering charges. The indictment charges the defendants…

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Two Lebanese Citizens Extradited from Republic of Georgia to Face International Money Laundering Charges

May 02, 2022

Brooklyn, N.Y. – Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Division Susan A. Gibson and U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of New York Breon Peace announced two citizens of Lebanon, Mohamad Yassine and Hassan Rahman, will be arraigned today on money laundering charges for operating…

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Williston Man Sentenced to 58 Months in Prison for Unlawfully Possessing Firearms and Trafficking Over 3 Kilograms of Cocaine

May 02, 2022

Williston, VT. – The Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Vermont stated that Gregory Lewis, 26, of Williston, Vermont, was sentenced today to serve 58 months in prison after his convictions for being a felon in possession of a firearm and distribution of cocaine base. United…

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Wethersfield Man Pleads Guilty To Fentanyl Trafficking Charge

May 02, 2022

WETHERSFIELD, Conn. – Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that FABIO VARGAS-GONZALEZ, 46, of Wethersfield, pleaded guilty today in New Haven federal court to a fentanyl trafficking offense. According to court documents and statements made in court, the DEA’s Hartford Task Force developed information…

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Thermo Fisher Scientific Chemicals Acknowledges Recordkeeping Violations Of The Controlled Substances Act

May 02, 2022

BOSTON – Thermo Fisher Scientific Chemicals, Inc., an affiliate of the Waltham-based Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. (Thermo Fisher), has agreed to pay $25,000 to resolve allegations that it violated the Controlled Substances Act, by improperly purchasing and distributing chemicals regulated by the Act. Thermo Fisher self-disclosed these violations to the…

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British Virgin Islands Premier, Port Director Charged in South Florida Federal Court with Drug Trafficking and Money Laundering Crimes

April 29, 2022

MIAMI – Miami federal prosecutors have charged British Virgin Islands (BVI) Premier Andrew Alturo Fahie, Managing Director of the BVI Ports Authority Oleanvine Pickering Maynard (O. Maynard), and the Port Director’s son, Kadeem Stephan Maynard (K. Maynard), with cocaine trafficking and money laundering conspiracies for agreeing to facilitate the safe…

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Fentanyl Dealer Pleads Guilty to Distributing Narcotics

April 29, 2022

TAMPA, Fla. – Marvin “MJ” Mitchell (36, St. Peterburg) pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute heroin, crack cocaine, and fentanyl, and possession with the intent to distribute heroin, crack cocaine, and fentanyl. Mitchell faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison on each…

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Okeechobee County Man Sentenced to Federal Prison for Methamphetamine Trafficking

April 29, 2022

MIAMI – On Wednesday, April 27, 2022, a federal district judge in West Palm Beach sentenced a 31-year-old man from Okeechobee County, Florida, to 130 months in prison for drug trafficking. Juan Manuel Nieves previously pled guilty to distribution of five grams or more of methamphetamine. According to the court…

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Federal Jury Finds Leader of Drug Trafficking Organization Guilty

April 29, 2022

OCALA, Fla. – United States Attorney Roger B. Handberg announced that a federal jury has found Jonathan Jermaine Thomas (32, Ocala) guilty of conspiring to possess with the intent to distribute more than 500 grams of methamphetamine, more than 5 kilograms of cocaine, and more than 1 kilogram of heroin…

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Career Offender Sentenced to 235 Months in Prison for Possession with Intent to Distribute Methamphetamine and Heroin

April 29, 2022

BOISE, Idaho – A Boise man was sentenced to 235 months in federal prison for possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and heroin. According to court records, an investigation into Dennis Radford Colby, a/k/a “Dragon” and his drug trafficking organization began in 2020. On February 4, 2021, Colby was observed…

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Jacksonville Methamphetamine Dealers Sentenced to Federal Prison

April 29, 2022

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Three Jacksonville men have been sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. Steven Ray McWhorter (49) was sentenced to 11 years and 4 months, Christopher Douglas Green (48) was sentenced to 10 years, and Kevin Joseph DeWitt (50) was sentenced 3…

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Tulare County Man Sentenced to over 7 Years in Prison for Fentanyl and Methamphetamine Deliveries, Co Conspirator Pleads Guilty

April 29, 2022

FRESNO, Calif. — Renato Aguilera, 30, of Porterville, was sentenced today to seven years and three months in prison for conspiring to distribute fentanyl and methamphetamine, U.S. Attorney Phillip A. Talbert and Drug Enforcement Administration Special Agent in Charge Wade R. Shannon announced. Another member of the conspiracy, Maria Delgado…

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Drug Enforcement Administration Reaches Settlement in Class Action Lawsuit

April 29, 2022

WASHINGTON – The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) announced today that it has reached an agreement in principle to settle Garcia, et al. v. Merrick Garland, Attorney General, Dep’t of Justice, a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of female Special Agents who were not selected for overseas assignments between 1990…

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Wisconsin Pharmacy to Pay Civil Penalty for Controlled Substance Dispensing and Record Keeping Violations

April 29, 2022

MADISON, Wis. – John G. McGarry, Assistant Special Agent in Charge of Drug Enforcement Administration-Wisconsin, and U.S. Attorney Timothy M. O’Shea, of the Western District of Wisconsin, announced today that Cadott Miller Pharmacy, Ltd., located in Cadott, Wisconsin, entered into a settlement agreement to pay $20,000 to resolve civil allegations…

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Money Courier For Large-Scale Fentanyl Trafficking Ring Sentenced To More Than 9 Years In Federal Prison

April 29, 2022

Waterbury, Conn. – Leonard C Boyle, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that DOMINGO GUZMAN, 45, last residing in Waterbury, was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge Janet C. Hall in New Haven to 114 months of imprisonment, followed by four years of supervised release, for his…

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Springfield Man Pleads Guilty To Distribution Of Fentanyl

April 29, 2022

BOSTON – A Springfield man pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court in Worcester to drug trafficking charges involving fentanyl. Juan Jimenez, 48, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute 40 grams or more of fentanyl and two counts of possession with intent to distribute and distribution of 40…

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Panamanian National Guilty of East Texas Drug Trafficking Violations

April 29, 2022

DALLAS, TX – A Panamanian national has pleaded guilty to drug trafficking violations during his federal trial in the Eastern District of Texas, announced Eduardo A. Chávez, Special Agent in Charge of the DEA Dallas Field Division. Jorge Albeiro Silva-Salazar, 53, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to manufacture and distribute five…

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ESPAÑA 🇪🇸 (puerto de Barcelona) : la Agencia Tributaria (SVA) y la Policía Nacional han intervenido unos 1.500 kilos de cocaína ocultos en un contenedor

La cooperación con la agencia antidroga norteamericana (DEA) y la Policía Nacional de Panamá ha permitido que la droga no alcance el mercado.

La investigación comenzó con la detección de una organización criminal radicada en Panamá y Colombia. Esta banda intentaba hacer llegar cuatro contenedores hasta el puerto de Barcelona. Uno de ellos estaría destinado al transporte de la droga, pese a declarar llevar cartón prensado como mercancía legal.

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COLOMBIA 🇨🇴 (The murder of a Paraguayan 🇵🇾 prosecutor) : link between politics and drug trafficking, exposed

The Paraguayan anti-mafia prosecutor Marcelo Pecci was killed Tuesday by armed men who arrived aboard a jet ski at the place where he was honeymooning in the Colombian Caribbean. The crime is revealing the transformation of Paraguay to a cocaine producer and the links between the type of politics and drug trafficking.

RFI consulted with analyst Carlos Aníbal Peris, a political scientist who specializes in drug trafficking at the Catholic University of Asunción, about this crime, which is now under investigation to determine the motive and circumstances of the murder.

-The Pecci prosecutor’s investigation resulted in the mega operation “A Ultranza Py” last month, which led to the resignation of several politicians involved in a criminal structure of international cocaine trafficking. This case sheds light on what you call narcopolitics in Paraguay …

Prosecutor Marcelo Pecci, along with his wife Claudia Aguilera

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (Douane – DNRED) : nos ‘médias de masse’ appelés ‘mainstream’ sont bien silencieux sur le déroulement du procès en cours

Des directives auraient-elles été données sous forme de conseils ou plutôt de souhaits pour que ce procès ne bénéficie pas de toutes les capacités de ces grandes rédactions ?

Espérons que le Journal du Dimanche fasse exception demain !

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DNRED (80 ans): ils sont venus, ils étaient tous là (ou presque)…

Belle assemblée constituée de Guy Gouin, Gérard Estavoyer, Joseph Le Louarn et Jean Henri Hoguet qui sont venus au siège de la DNRED pour fêter avec Jean Paul Garcia, les 80 ans d’existence du service.

Mais un peu d’histoire !

C’est dans ‘Association pour l’Histoire de l’Administration des Douanes’ que nous trouvons les explications de l’évolution de la DNED en DNRED

1988: de la DNED à la DNRED avec J.H. Hoguet

Dans le cadre de notre rétrospective de l’histoire des services d’enquêtes, de recherche et de renseignement de l’institution douanière française, le passage de la « DNED » à la « DNRED » constitue un séquence déterminante. C’est en 1988 que voit le jour une véritable direction du renseignement au sein du service.

Pour relater cette séquence, est reproduit ici l’éclairage apporté par Jean-Henri Hoguet, promoteur de cette mesure novatrice et chef du service à cette époque.


La Direction du renseignement

L’année 1988 a d’abord été celle de l’adjonction d’un pôle Renseignement à la D.N.E.D., devenue de ce fait D.N.R.E.D., suite à la parution d’un arrêté ministériel du 1er mars 1988 et de 1’Instruction Cadre du 19 mai. Comme proposé par le G.P.A. (Groupe Prospective et Action), le Centre de Documentation et d’Évaluation (C.D.E.), créé quelques années auparavant et qui, faute d’une doctrine bien établie et appliquée avec des moyens correspondant aux objectifs à atteindre, devait disparaître. Les moyens de l’ex -C.D.E, étaient transférés, au moins en partie, à la Direction du Renseignement. La partie Évaluation du C.D.E. était reprise, au niveau des principes, par la Direction générale et l’application pratique des règles relatives à la Valeur en douane relevait des Directions régionales à travers les bureaux de douane et les C.E.R.D.O.C.

Le C.D.E. avait été dirigé jusqu’ici par un directeur, flanqué de deux adjoints cadres supérieurs qui régnaient sur un effectif d’environ 70 agents. Le personnel, livré à des tâches peu exaltantes et mal encadré, relevait plus de la réserve indienne que de la troupe d’élite. Je reçus carte blanche de la D.G. – ce qui est rare – pour ne conserver que les agents que j’estimerais convenir à l’accomplissement des nouvelles tâches de renseignement. Ce contrat prévoyait toutefois que je devais garder le directeur. Je n’ai conservé qu’environ la moitié de l’effectif du C.D.E..

Pour faire fonctionner la nouvelle Direction du Renseignement, il fallait certes des « petites mains » non expertes, mais surtout un encadrement de spécialistes de la lutte contre la fraude. Or, où les trouver sinon chez les enquêteurs de la D.N.E.D. ? Je fis le tour des cinq divisions parisiennes de la Direction des Enquêtes et Recherches en expliquant aux agents ce que je voulais faire avec cette nouvelle Direction du Renseignement et de la Documentation, et les moyens que j’entendais y consacrer, y compris à l’étranger. Je demandais que chaque Division – sur la base du volontariat – me « prête » pour un an ses deux meilleurs agents, libre à eux si l’aventure leur plaisait, de rester un temps plus long à la D.R.D. Si cette expérience ne les satisfaisait pas, ils étaient assurés de retourner, au bout d’un an, dans leurs unités d’origine. Le pari était risqué – un enquêteur de classe n’aime rien plus que de faire des enquêtes avec un résultat probant au bout. Un enquêteur c’est avant tout un chasseur. S’asseoir derrière un bureau ou un ordinateur, peloter des listings ou confronter des séries de données n’a rien de très passionnant, encore que tout enquêteur prépare souvent son enquête de la sorte. Devant la réticence des enquêteurs à venir à la D.R.D., je leur racontais que j’avais rencontré à Londres, au siège de 1’Investigation Division, un enquêteur réputé qui, antérieurement, avait battu moult fois la campagne dans le cadre de ses investigations et qui maintenant se contentait de recueillir des informations, de les analyser et de lancer ses jeunes collègues sur les routes. Cet agent me disait qu’assis derrière son ordinateur, il éprouvait « une véritable jouissance chaque fois qu’il avait réuni le faisceau d’informations qui ferait tomber son client ». L’homme derrière l’ordinateur ajoutait : « avant je me déplaçais, maintenant j’envoie les autres et ça marche ». C’est ainsi qu’avec un peu de persuasion j’ai pu débaucher une petite dizaine (9 au départ) d’enquêteurs qui ont fait démarrer la D.R.D. Quelques-uns y sont restés plus d’un an. Je n’ai pas été ensuite ingrat avec ces agents qui m’ont cru et ont eu le courage de tenter l’aventure.

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La mise en place de la nouvelle D.N.R.E.D.

Concernant le fonctionnement du service, on peut dire que 1988 a vu la mise en marche de la D.R.D. et le début de rapports nouveaux entre cette Direction et celle des Enquêtes Douanières. Nous revenions de loin car, au début, les enquêteurs de la D.E.D., soucieux de conserver leurs enquêtes d’initiative, niaient la nécessité, l’utilité et même la viabilité d’une Direction du Renseignement. Pour les enquêteurs, la Direction du Renseignement ne pouvait avoir qu’une tendance monopolistique et confiscatoire au regard de l’information opérationnelle.

A la D.E.D., on avait également innové. On avait monté des opérations faisant intervenir soit plusieurs échelons, soit une division parisienne et plusieurs échelons. Ces opérations concernaient des livraisons surveillées de stupéfiants naissant à la frontière espagnole et se terminant à Marseille, Lyon ou dans le nord, mais aussi d’autres opérations plus classiquement douanières relatives à un produit importé mais ayant des points de chute disséminés sur tout le territoire. L’importance de ces opérations amenait naturellement à évaluer leur coût en hommes, en matériel et en frais de déplacement et à tirer de cette évaluation des conséquences au regard de la rentabilité

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La D.N.R.E.D. en 1989

Les 14 et 15 mars, je me rendis, en passant par Lille où je pris Bardu avec moi, à Anvers. Le but du voyage était d’examiner avec nos collègues douaniers belges les possibilités d’échanges de renseignements en matière de conteneurs arrivant dans ce grand port et dont une bonne partie était ensuite acheminée sur la France. Je m’aperçus qu’en Belgique la Douane a d’abord pour directive du gouvernement de ne pas freiner le commerce afin que le bon renom du port d’Anvers ne soit pas altéré. La vitesse du dédouanement primait donc la recherche de la fraude.

Les échanges internationaux de renseignements sur la fraude ne s’en développèrent pas moins en 1989. Le nombre des dossiers traités augmenta de 14% par rapport à 1988 et de 67% par rapport à 1985. Compte tenu des facilités que j’avais obtenues pour envoyer des agents en mission à l’étranger, le nombre des missionnaires passa de 26 en 1987 à 51 en 1989. Certaines de ces missions donnèrent d’excellents résultats sur le plan contentieux. Pour la première fois, une permanence H 24 fut instituée dans le secteur de l’assistance mutuelle avec l’étranger, en raison du développement de celle-ci et de la nécessité, dans certains cas, de réagir très vite. En 1989 également un système international de surveillance des navires suspects a été mis sur pied – Mar-Info – et une partie de la gestion du système fut confiée à la D.R.D. par nos collègues étrangers, Pour la première fois, un pays gérait en temps réel un fichier douanier et le mettait à la disposition des autres.

La D.R.D. commençait à être victime de son succès, car si les besoins en informatique pouvaient à peu près être satisfaits, il n’en allait pas de même pour ce qui concerne le renfort en personnel. Cette mème pénurie nous empêchait de nous lancer dans l’élaboration d’une structure apte à traiter l’information en matière de blanchiment.

A partir de septembre, la D.R.D. eut un nouveau patron. En remplacement de Pla, j’avais pu, en insistant beaucoup, faire nommer sur ce poste de directeur le chef d’échelon de Lille, Jacques Bardu. Tout son passé, y compris lorsqu’il était chef de subdivision dans l’Est, montrait qu’il savait recueillir l’information, développer des réseaux d’informateurs et faire des affaires sur renseignements. Son efficacité était même dérangeante pour certains, d’autant qu’il agissait et rendait compte après, chaque fois qu’il pressentait que la diffusion préalable de I’information était susceptible de retarder ou d’arrêter l’action. De plus, sa notoriété auprès de ses collègues chefs d’échelon était de nature à donner une crédibilité accrue à la jeune D.R.D.. Dès son arrivée, il mit sur pied un nouveau système de diffusion mensuel de l’information sur la fraude qui incitait les services destinataires à faire du retour d’information et créait 1’émulation entre ces services en publiant leurs résultats. Ce bulletin était en outre présenté sous une forme attractive, relevant plus de la bande dessinée que de la note administrative. Yvon Pelafigue, directeur interrégional à Lille, nous donna un très sérieux coup de main en mettant pendant plusieurs mois à notre disposition le dessinateur-douanier qui illustrait si bien notre document mensuel.

La D.E.D. quant à elle, si elle avait achevé sa reconversion du Change vers la Douane, n’en avait pas moins deux problèmes à résoudre pour s’adapter aux évolutions en cours. Alors qu’elle fonctionnait auparavant en circuit fermé concernant le renseignement qu’elle recueillait et exploitait directement, il lui fallait maintenant, non seulement admettre l’existence de la D.R.D., mais aussi participer à son fonctionnement en la pourvoyant en informations. Des progrès restaient à faire, spécialement pour les recherches, car le changement des habitudes mentales ne se réalise pas immédiatement à la suite d’une injonction, même forte. Le deuxième problème pour la D.E.D. était que ses unités apprennent à travailler entre elles compte tenu des dimensions nationales et internationales prises par la fraude, qu’il s’agisse de stupéfiants ou de fraudes commerciales communautaires. Devant la complexité ou la difficulté des dossiers à traiter, les agents se rendaient compte que la matière était en train de changer de nature et de dimension et que, pour mener à bien les enquêtes, il fallait mettre en jeu des moyens juridiques, techniques et matériels dont certains faisaient encore défaut (écoutes légales, coopération judiciaire internationale, mesures conservatoires sur les biens situés à l’étranger, etc.).

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Un peu d’histoire aussi !

Pour rejeter ma demande d’indemnisation, c’est Erwan Guilmin qui a été chargé de pondre un document mensonger.

Marc Fievet avec Gérard Estavoyer à Nice

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Marc Fievet avec Jean Henri Hoguet à Saintes

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (Douane – DNRED) : Erwan Guilmin jure qu’il n’a pas fait de caviardage

C’est dans ARABNEWS que nous trouvons les déclarations d’Erwan Guilmin devant les juges du Tribunal correctionnel de Paris

Comment Erwan Guilmin a-t-il pu modifier un document classé secret-défense, masquant ainsi que les douanes travaillaient avec un indic jugé dangereux, inscrit sur liste noire ?

Jugé à Paris mercredi, le haut fonctionnaire Erwan Guilmin a contesté tout caviardage

« Je n’ai à aucun moment fait ou produit un faux« , a juré devant le tribunal correctionnel, Erwan Guilmin, l’ancien patron de la puissante Direction des opérations douanières (DOD), bras armé de la Direction nationale du renseignement douanier (DNRED).

«Erreur scripturale»

En 2016, le juge d’instruction enquêtant sur cette affaire de stups adresse une réquisition concernant certains informateurs des douanes. Le secrétariat général de l’institution rédige alors une note mentionnant expressément que Petrovic figure sur « liste noire ». 

Mais avant l’envoi du document, Erwan Guilmin, à la tête de la DOD depuis 2014, rédige un deuxième exemplaire quasiment identique, avec le même numéro secret défense, faisant disparaître cette mention.

Face au tribunal, le haut fonctionnaire a soutenu, comme son prédécesseur M. Sauvalère qui a dirigé la DOD entre 2008 et 2014, que « Z » n’avait en réalité jamais été « blacklisté ». Certes une demande a été faite par un service parisien en 2009, mais elle n’aurait jamais été suivie d’effet et l’informateur aurait poursuivi sa collaboration, malgré cette « erreur scripturale » jamais corrigée.

Le document transmis à la justice est « un envoi, dans l’état de mes connaissances », a-t-il argué. 

Mais si un doute existait sur le statut de cet informateur, pourquoi ne pas avoir attendu pour être certain de transmettre des informations correctes ?

Au moment de l’envoi, « il est hors de question d’attendre le lendemain », a expliqué M. Guilmin, en racontant la pression de la direction générale pour avoir une réponse la plus rapide possible.

L’inscription sur liste noire de Petrovic devait d’ailleurs être abordée ultérieurement lors d’une réunion entre la DOD, la DNRED et la direction générale des douanes, a-t-il rappelé. Une rencontre qui n’a finalement jamais eu lieu.

« J’aurais dû ne pas répondre », a-t-il concédé, au terme d’un échange houleux avec la présidente.

« C’est incompréhensible qu’au poste qui est le vôtre, vous recopiiez une note secret-défense avec son numéro, en omettant la mention liste noire, alors qu’il y avait déjà eu une première alerte », lui a-t-elle fait remarquer. Quelques mois plus tôt, un mail avait été transmis à la DOD, signalant qu’elle s’apprêtait un payer un aviseur inscrit sur liste noire.

Pour Erwan Guilmin, ce paiement, validé par la direction générale, était au contraire la preuve que Petrovic n’était pas blacklisté.

« Je ne vois pas comment un informateur sur liste noire peut faire l’objet d’une proposition de rémunération, ou alors ça veut dire qu’il y a un groupe massif de fraudeurs », au-delà de la seule DNRED, a-t-il plaidé.

« C’est le serpent qui se mord la queue », s’est agacé la présidente.

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Pour mémoire, Erwan Guilmin, a produit de fausses informations sur Marc Fievet sans jamais avoir cherché à se renseigner auprès des douaniers qui travaillaient au quotidien avec NS 55.

Fausses informations pour empêcher l’ indemnisation des 3888 jours de détention, non-stop, subis par Marc Fievet en Espagne, Angleterre, Canada et France.

A LIRE: FRANCE (Conseil d’Etat) : absurdistan juridico-administratif et constat de la lâcheté du plus vil DG de la Douane Française , l’énarque François Auvigne

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FRANCE 🇫🇷 (DOUANE – DOD – DNRED) : à l’ouverture du procès, certains avocats de la défense ont demandé le secret des débats en invoquant la protection du secret de la défense nationale, d’autres au nom de la sécurité des prévenus, douaniers ou informateurs. Huis clos demandé, huis clos rejeté !

Le procès de six anciens hauts responsables des douanes dont Vincent Sauvalère et Erwan Guilmin dit « le caviardeur » soupçonnés de largesses envers un de leurs informateurs pour gonfler les chiffres des saisies, s’est ouvert lundi 9 mai à Paris par une demande de huis clos de plusieurs avocats, rejetée par le tribunal.

Un huis clos n’est «pas juridiquement fondé», a rétorqué la procureure, en rappelant notamment que «tous les documents qui étaient classifiés dans ce dossier ont été déclassifiés». Après en avoir délibéré, les juges ont refusé le huis clos. «Ce procès aura lieu en audience publique, comme c’est la règle et chacun aura à cœur d’être responsable de ses déclarations», a expliqué la présidente.

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Alors que la demande de huis clos avait été acceptée par le tribunal de Bobigny pour adapter la peine canadienne à perpétuité que Marc Fievet, l’agent infiltré NS 55, avait dû encaisser au Nouveau Brunswick. Il est vrai que le dossier de Fievet était classé ‘secret défense’

Malgré les demandes de la juge Sophie Clément, le dossier de Marc Fievet, classé secret défense, n’a pas été déclassifié…

Une morale pour les aigles, une autre pour les pigeons

J’ai toujours en mémoire la répartie de Sonya Djemni-Wagner lorsque ma condamnation canadienne a été adaptée au droit français en aggravant cette dernière.

La jeune substitut du procureur de Bobigny qu’elle était m’a envoyé à la tête cette phrase de véritable Ponce Pilate: « Je réclame 20 ans, vous n’aurez qu’à demander la ‘grâce présidentielle‘! »

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ESPAÑA 🇪🇸 (Burgos) : la Policía incauta 4-CMC, una droga jamás vista en España

20 kg de esta droga se han incautado en Burgos y 240 kg en Amsterdam, en una operación que ha contado con la participación de la DEA.

Agentes de la Policía Nacional han intervenido en la ciudad de Burgos más de 20 kilogramos de una sustancia estupefaciente desconocida en España hasta ahora. Se ha identificado como 4-CMC, y por la que han sido detenidas tres personas. La operación ha contado también a la vez con la incautación de más de 240 kilogramos de 3MMC en Ámsterdam en una operación internacional.

La incautación de este alijo se ha llevado a cabo durante una operación policial que ha contado con la colaboración de la Administración de Control de Drogas de Estados Unidos (DEA) y la Policía Nacional de Países Bajos, informan desde la Dirección General de la Policía.

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La 4-MEC (4-methylethcathinone) est une drogue de synthèse de la famille des cathinones. C’est un stimulant dont les effets sont proches de ceux de la MDMA/ecstasy.

La 4-MEC est principalement vendue sur internet.

Elle se présente sous forme d’une poudre blanche cristalline. Elle peut être vendue seule, ou en association à d’autres cathinones dans des mélanges appelés NRG-1 et NRG-2.

Appellations : 4-MEC, ecstasy légale, 4-methylethcathinone, 4-methyl-N-ethylcathinone, p-methyl-N-ethcathinone, 2-(ethylamino)-1-(p-tolyl)propan-1-one, Energy-1, Energy-2, Energy-3, NRG-1, NRG-2, NRG-3, Nutrition Rapid Growth…

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MALI 🇲🇱 (Cocaïne et Héroïne) : ce pays enclavé, désormais consommateur, est depuis la décennie 1990 utilisé comme plate-forme logistique vers les marchés européens pour la cocaïne et l’héroïne

C’est le Journal du Mali qui nous rapporte que l’Office des Nations Unies contre la drogue et le crime (ONUDC) dans un rapport d’évaluation de la réduction de la demande de drogues publié en 2017 précisait que :« Le phénomène a connu une expansion rapide au milieu des années 2000, comme conséquence directe des mesures répressives drastiques prises par les États-Unis. Désormais, les cartels des drogues latino-américains vont élire l’Europe comme marché de remplacement du marché américain et l’Afrique de l’Ouest comme plateforme d’acheminement vers ce marché » .

La nouveauté est que le pays de transition est devenu un consommateur considérable des stupéfiants.

Deux facteurs coexistants sont en cause, note l’ONUDC : l’immigration des Maliens en Europe et l’essor du tourisme européen au Mali. Un premier groupe de dealers d’héroïne est découvert dans les années 80 dans le quartier huppé de l’époque, l’Hippodrome. « Ces deux groupes ont importé les produits au pays et ont initié des personnes proches aux modalités de leur consommation. Quelques années auraient suffi pour faire émerger une génération d’usagers autochtones qui n’a jamais immigré en Europe ni été contact avec des touristes européens », indique-t-il.

Itinéraires divers

La drogue au Mali transite principalement, selon l’OSC, par l’axe Bobo-Dioulasso (Burkina Faso) – Yorosso (Mali). Du cercle de Yorosso, une quantité est propagée à Ségou, qui ravitaille des villes du centre et du nord. Le reste s’achemine vers Koutiala, qui approvisionne Sikasso et Bamako par la route en contournant les points de contrôle des forces de sécurité. Souvent camouflés et dispersés dans des sacs de céréales ou de légumes, les stupéfiants traversent des localités de la région avant d’être stockés dans des fermes agricoles près de Bamako puis versés discrètement dans les marchés.

Au nord, « les psychotropes quittent le Niger, passent par Labbezanga et Ansongo et se retrouvent à Gao. Quant à la cocaïne, elle transite par la frontière algérienne », assure un notable de la localité. Selon ce dernier, de la ville, les drogues sont souvent acheminées par bateaux dans les localités, sur l’axe fluvial  Gao – Tombouctou – Mopti.

« Quant au réseau de la cocaïne, il opère par voie aérienne et sur l’axe Guinée – Kourémalé – Bamako. La route transahélienne, communément appelée autoroute A-10, qui passe par le nord du Mali, est à présent peu pratiquée en raison de la forte présence militaire et de la montée en puissance des FAMa », explique M. Keïta. Mais en 2009 un avion cargo, renommé par la suite « Air Cocaïne » s’est posé en plein désert à Tarkint, à une centaine de kilomètres de Gao. L’avion, qui venait du Venezuela, a été déchargé de son contenu puis incendié. D’autres réseaux du cannabis – haschich pratiquent « l’axe Ghana – Burkina Faso – Mali, celui Maroc – Mauritanie – Mali et l’axe Côte d’Ivoire – Mali ».

Nombreux acteurs

Autant les routes sont diverses, autant le sont les acteurs et les ramifications vont souvent loin. L’affaire Air Cocaïne et les récentes saisies et arrestations de personnes transportant de la drogue à l’aéroport international Modibo Keita de Sénou le prouvent. Certaines de ces personnes « sont issues des importantes diasporas ouest-africaines d’Europe et d’Amérique du nord et latine. Elles servent à la fois à établir des liens avec les cartels, les producteurs, les revendeurs et les intermédiaires sur le terrain, qui peuvent les aider et les soutenir en cas de problème, mais aussi à rapatrier les bénéfices vers l’Afrique sous diverses formes », explique la Commission ouest-africaine sur les Drogues (WACD). Selon elle, un baron de la drogue ouest-africain peut aussi bien être avocat, cadre supérieur ou homme politique que jeune déscolarisé ou passeur de diamants.

Dans le Septentrion malien, traditionnellement, ce sont les tribus Arabes lamhar du Tilemsi (région de Gao) et Bérabiche (principalement à Tombouctou et à Taoudénit) qui détiennent le quasi-monopole le trafic de drogue, indique une enquête d’International Crisis Group de 2018. Depuis, la sociologie des acteurs s’est complexifiée, à cause « des revenus générés par la drogue ». Selon notre source à Gao, « les groupes terroristes, sous couvert du djihad, et certains groupes d’ex-rebelles » s’adonnent également à la pratique. Ce qui est attesté par plusieurs rapports, dont celui très détaillé d’International Crisis Group. Ces groupes profitent de la déstabilisation de l’État et de plusieurs « No go zone » pour leurs trafics. De fait, le petit vendeur de la Tour de l’Afrique n’est que la partie immergée de l’iceberg.

Narcotrafic : le Mali en a plein le nez

par Aly Asmane Ascofaré

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