Dominican Republic: They still do not identify military bound killers of coca kilos

Thirty-five days after the president of the National Directorate of Drug Control (DNCD) promised to reveal the names of the military involved in the cache of 1,000 kilos of cocaine seized on November 16 in the port of Haina Oriental, the country He still does not know his identity and what happened to those accused.

It is not known if these soldiers have been released or if they will be brought to justice, as promised by the president of the DNCD, Major General José Eugenio Matos de la Cruz.

On November 28, the president of the DNCD confirmed that five people, including soldiers and members of that institution, are being investigated in relation to those 1,000 kilos of cocaine.

On that occasion, Maj. Gen. Matos de la Cruz said that the names could be identified in the coming weeks, but he has not fulfilled his promise to date.



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