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A Co-pilot Tried To Take Advantage Of The Arrival Of The Pope To Introduce 42 Kilos Of Cocaine In Spain January 20, 2016

The detainee, R.G.G, of 42 years, meant that there would be a relaxation of anti-drug controls with special device of WYD. Aeromexico has issued a statement indicating that it has suspended the employment relationship with the co-pilot. The co-pilot remains in Soto del Real prison. Aeromexico co-pilot tried to exploit the arrival of Pope Benedicto XVI to Barajas the past day 18 to introduce in Spain 42 kilos of cocaine, relying on much of the ctive of Customs had been intended at that time to ensure the safety of the Pontiff. As reported by the Civil Guard, arrested, R.G.G, of 42 years, meant that the tax service of the Civil Guard agents would form part of the special device of the world youth day (WYD) and, therefore, would a relaxation of anti-drug controls, so ventured to carry that large amount of drugs in a single lump in his luggage. The co-pilot, who remains in Soto del Real prison, was arrested at his arrival from Mexico D.F.

once his suitcase had been registered in a regular review of luggage after awakening the suspicions of security forces. Aeromexico has issued a statement indicating that it has suspended the employment relationship with the co-pilot. In December 2010, three flight attendants from the same company that flew in as tourists were detained in Madrid Barajas airport with 140 kilos of cocaine in their luggage, which was considered the largest amount of drugs intercepted at the Madrid airport. Source of the news: co-pilot tried to take advantage of the arrival of the Pope to introduce 42 kilos of cocaine in Spain