Granger says breakdown in trust may be behind gov’t shutout on Italian cocaine plot

Opposition Leader David Granger says a breakdown in trust between the US and local law enforcement agencies may be the reason why government was not privy to information on the unearthed plan by international drug traffickers to export 500 kilogrammes of cocaine from Guyana to Italy.

US and Italian law enforcement agencies declared that the trans-Atlantic mafia ring responsible for the plot was dismantled with the arrest of 24 persons between New York and Italy in recent weeks. Though Guyana has been identified as part of the plot, it remains  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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