Granger ups pressure over drug trade

-No evidence of Mexican cartels operating here – law enforcers

Local law enforcers yesterday sought to dismiss reports of Mexican drug cartels operating in Guyana, even as Opposition Leader David Granger said that the revelations were further evidence that the country is drifting towards becoming a narco-state.

According to local sources, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, the only source of the information on cartel activities here is a man who says he has an agent linked to cartels operating here although there is no evidence to substantiate the claim.

“This is based on the say so of one guy. No evidence was presented and until the US authorities contact us  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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