Fisherman in the Marshall Islands caught 48 kg of cocaine with a total value of $ 4 million. It is reported by RNZ.
According to new Zealand radio station last week, a local fisherman found in his net instead of fish – a lot of packages with white powder, which turned to the police.
The local police due to the lack of necessary equipment on the ground approached the U.S. Embassy with a request to send competent staff to combat drug examination.
At the radio station noted that a similar incident had taken place in New Zealand’s history, when in 2004 to the shores of the archipelago have nailed over hundreds of kilograms of cocaine.
More number of people are responsible agents. For example, another old and does bring their drugs to check.