|Part of cocaine shipment seized in Panama|
#CUBA: Govt issues statement denying involvement in #cocaine bust in #Panama. That govt initially said cargo came from #Cuba. Statement says drugs were likely added after cargo left Cuba, something #Panamanian govt said yesterday as well. https://t.co/Y7SqO2PBjl @wplglocal10 pic.twitter.com/ZvAiawJISy— Hatzel Vela (@HatzelVelaWPLG) May 22, 2019
Consider the following:
|U.S. and Canadian diplomats suffering from unexplained brain injuries.|
Raul Castro on March 21, 2016 in the joint press conference with President Obama said that there were no political prisoners in Cuba, and if any were identified they would be released immediately. A list of current Cuban political prisoners was provided, but they were not freed.
|Weapons and fighter jets hidden under sacks of sugar.|
The Castro regime has sought to smuggle narcotics into the United States since 1961, and has been implicated time and time again. Indictments have been issued and documentaries have caught the illicit activities of the dictatorship on film.
|Raul Castro with Aldo Santamaria-Cuadrado|
If one still has any doubts then take a look at the role the Castro regime has played in Venezuela with regards to narcotics trafficking.