Bolivian plane shots against were the first since the Law on sla

Posted by paulopy on Jun. 06, 2009

Bolivian plane shots against were the first since the Law on slaughter, says FAB Single loaded with 176 kg of cocaine was forced to land. Two Air Force aircraft participated in the persecution in Rond?nia. The warning shots fired by an aircraft of a single FAB against carrying cocaine on the Amazon region, in Maryland, were the first since it came into force the Law of Slaughter in 2004. The video released by the Air Force shows the persecution occurred on Thursday (4) a small plane that was loaded with 176 kg of cocaine base paste. The aircraft was not to be slaughtered. Two Bolivians accused of flying the plane - who fled after the landing - were arrested this morning by police and Federal Civil. Supported by the Law of the slaughter, the soldiers of the FAB fired two bursts of machine gun shots, after the pilots had ignored requests to stay and try to maneuver the airplane toward the border with Bolivia. According to the Air Force, the aircraft suspected of Bolivian registration, flew at an alt

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