Scott Cooper Miami Reveals Cocaine Cowboys Back In Florida
According to Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) officials, Colombia—which is said to produce 90% of the cocaine found in the United States—has tripled its production of the drug in the past three years.
By: Scott Cooper Miami
"Cocaine trafficking from Colombia is growing at alarming rates," according to Miami's Scott Cooper. "It is obvious that cocaine cultivation and production will continue to increase dramatically unless the government steps in."
"In October, the US Coast Guard seized $47 million of cocaine and marijuana offloaded in Miami Beach," said Scott Cooper. In August, the Coast Guard seized over 14,000 pounds of cocaine with a street value of $356 million and offloaded it at Port Everglades.
"Today's drug lords are using the 'Bitcoin approach'," said Miami CEO Scott Cooper. "They are decentralized. They are trying to fly under the radar. Nobody is looking to be the next Pablo Escobar and become a Netflix movie star."
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