Kenneth Rijock

Kenneth Rijock

Saturday, June 29, 2013

LOOTERS TAKE BAGS OF CASH FROM DOWNED VENEZUELAN BULK CASH SMUGGLING PLANE

The aircraft was completely destroyed.
Mexico's strict laws regarding the deposit of currency have forced narcotics traffickers to continue to  transport their US-source criminal proceeds into the Republic of Panama.

A light aircraft that crashed in the mountains of western Guatemala, resulting in the death of all six on board, was carrying a large amount of US Dollars, and some Mexican Pesos, on a southbound flight. Reports confirm that a Venezuelan national was in command of the bulk cash smuggling operation; he has been publicly identified as Elio Brito Laricchia, whose C├ędula [national identity card number] is V-8344237.

Local Guatemalan villagers looted most of the bags of currency from the aircraft before rescue crews arrived, and reportedly attempted to block investigators from removing the bodies. The aircraft, identified as a Cessna 206 Stationair, Mexican registry XB-MSN, was not authorized to enter Guatemalan airspace. Quantities of jewelry, a weapon, and credit cards were also recovered from the wreckage.

The deceased passengers and crew suffered tramatic amputations and decapitations

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