"Our concern now is that the traffickers are changing their modus operandi," said Mendes, deputy director of the judicial police. "They used to bring drugs in by plane, but now it's ships at sea. This is a big problem for us. We don't have the means to control our coast."
Monday, November 16, 2009
Perhaps in response to Venezuela's recent installation of radars that can track trans-Atlantic airfilight, drug shipments to Guinea Bissau now are arriving by sea rather than by air.: