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Antwerp’s war on drugs steps up a gear

“Criminal gangs are offering big money to dock workers, police and customs officers that are prepared to help them smuggle cocaine via Europe’s second biggest port. Speaking on Friday morning, the interior Minister Jan Jambon (Flemish nationalist) told journalists that ‘If the drugs cartels have been able to buy dock workers why wouldn’t they be able to do the same with public servants. They will stop at nothing.’ The smugglers are looking for people that can help them as drugs in port can only be accessed by people that know how the port works.”

Source: Antwerp’s war on drugs steps up a gear | Flanders News

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