The crackdown on cocaine trafficking continues in Morocco. This time, police have reported finding 28 cocaine capsules inside the stomach of a Brazilian drug trafficker.
Rabat – Members of DGSN intercepted a Brazilian woman trying to smuggle 815 grams of cocaine earlier in December. DGSN revealed on Friday that the woman was also hiding 610 grams of cocaine in her abdomen.
The General Directorate of National Security (DGSN) arrested the 49-year-old woman on December 2, as she landed in Mohammed V airport in Casablanca from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The war against trafficking of drugs such as cocaine, ecstasy, cannabis, and hash is making headlines in Morocco.
One of the biggest cocaine arrests in Morocco took place last weekend, Saturday, December 8.
Morocco’s Central Bureau of Judicial Investigation (BCIJ) seized one tonne of cocaine paste from a criminal network specialized in smuggling cocaine between Morocco, the US, Latin America, and Europe.
A spokesperson for Morocco’s security services, Boubker Sbik, has lauded the efforts of the General Directorate for Territorial Surveillance (DGST) and DGSN in busting drug traffickers.
Saturday’s arrest is the fruit of a “qualitative process, which is part of a precise strategy based on the coordination of efforts between DGSN and DGST,” said Sbik.