British Virgin Islands Prime Minister Detained in US

Andrew Fahie (em imagem da sua posse, em 2019) foi preso em Miami por agentes da DEA que se faziam passar por traficantes de cocaína mexicanos

Andrew Fahie (in his possession, in 768) was arrested in Miami by DEA agents pretending to be pass through Mexican cocaine traffickers| Photo: Publicity/Government of the British Virgin Islands

The Prime Minister of the British Virgin Islands, Andrew Fahie, and the director of ports of the same Caribbean archipelago, Oleanvine Maynard, were arrested this Thursday ( ) in Miami, United States, for alleged smuggling of cocaine and money laundering, according to the governor of the British Overseas Territory, John Rankin.

2022Fahie and Maynard, who according to the Miami Herald were in South Florida participating in Seatrade Cruise Global, the premier global event for the cruise industry, were detained at Miami-Opa-locka Executive Airport by undercover federal agents. 2022The two were arrested after meeting with DEA ​​agents (U.S. Narcotics Enforcement and Control Agency) who if they passed sar by Mexican cocaine traffickers. The pair went to the airport on Thursday morning to check a suspicious shipment of US$ 768 in cash in hand. a plane they believed was bound for the British Virgin Islands, officials told the Miami Herald.

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