Cocaine Submarines

Colombian drug traffickers are using a new secret weapon to smuggle cocaine north – drug submarines.

Up to 30 meters long and nearly impossible to detect, they are capable of distributing several tons of coke in just one shipment.

Dozens of subs are thought to be in operation between the coasts of Colombia and Mexico, and law enforcement estimates that another 70 will be built in the next year alone.

NGC follows U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency agents and the Colombian military looking for drug subs under construction in some of the most remote jungles on the planet.

Here, where malaria-infested mosquitoes swarm overhead and narco-terrorists strong-arm the local population, there are at least 300 known cocaine finishing labs and untold numbers of drug subs and their factories.

In the hard-fought war against drug trafficking, go inside a prized capture: a surprisingly sophisticated sub built by hand in the jungle.


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  • Gad

    The documentary is missing any significant background-information about the roots of drug-trafficing or how it affects and works within the producing countries, melting into society for instance.  A rather one-minded documentary. A rather one-minded documentary.

    • Dag

       I like submarines. I like submarines.

      • Pabby

        I like drugs. I like drugs.

  • Sophie

    i thought this was about submarines.

  • Dugg_crates

    your tax dollars at work….hey is that james bond in there??!

  • Agence Webdesign – Paris

    Bonne continuation à vous et à bientôt!

  • stickrshok

    subs are not nearly impossible to detect. we track the soviet ones under the f#cking north pole…and all over the world..what moron wrote this bs