15 suspects indicted in Panamanian-Israeli cocaine smuggling network case

15 suspects indicted in

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October 9, 2009 09:38

 
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Fifteen men suspected of involvement in an international cocaine smuggling network were indicted at the Petah Tikva Magistrate's Court on Friday morning. In the indictment sheet, police claim the suspects planned to hide some 118 kilograms of cocaine in loudspeakers and smuggle the drugs from Panama to Israel and other countries. The suspects were charged with plotting to carry out a crime and attempting to import and sell a dangerous narcotic.

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