Thursday, July 9, 2009

Caribean Authorites Pose Little Threat to Drug Traffickers

According to the Dominican Republic's Presidency’s Advisor on Drugs Carribean officials pose little threat to drug traffickers.

Monday morning the Presidency’s Advisor on Drugs affirmed that the region’s drug traffickers fear only being extradited to the U.S. where they may face life sentences.

Marino Vinicio Castillo said the drug traffickers in their own country feel safe and have the money and power to enjoy a life of impunity. “Drug traffickers here and in other countries of the region have the silver to enjoy their lives and the lead to impose fear.”

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