Drug traffickers Zoran Jaksic and Jorge Medina were sentenced to 25 and 35 years in prison at the prosecution's request for the smuggling of cocaine hydrochloride to Europe and North America, the Peruvian Prosecution announced.
The public prosecutor in Lima announced that Zoran Jaksic, one of the leaders of the "America" group, was sentenced to 25 years in prison for drug trafficking and for being a member of a smuggling organization, otherwise known as "Lastavice", which supplied cocaine hydrochloride to Europe and North America.
During the debate, Prosecutor for Organized Crime, Arturo Mosquera Cornejo, said that Jaksic had purchased large quantities of cocaine hydrochloride and that he was the chief financier of an international network dedicated to illegal drug trafficking called Golondrinas (Gutaci). He added that he was arrested during the operation of the special unit of Peruvian police DIRANDRO.
Jorge Medina Gaviljan Jota, who fled Luriganho prison in 2017, was also sentenced to prison, and on September 20, 2018, he was again caught.
Jota was considered the leader of illegal drug trafficking at the international level, as his organization delivered large quantities of cocaine to transnational organizations.
Among other members of the group, Heseni Mozo Kviana, Fredi Emerson Tipe Meza and Miguel Anhel Villanueva Flores, were found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison for drug trafficking.
A partir de la investigación de la Fiscalía Especializada en Crimen Organizado el serbio Zoran Jaksic fue condenado a 25 años de cárcel, así como a 12 miembros de la organización internacional de narcotráfico 'Golondrinas', informó el fiscal Arturo Mosqueira. pic.twitter.com/rKdVf3kGAY
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Brothers Mauro Algumer Vilka Anhel and Valter Algumer Vilka Soni were sentenced to 25 years in prison, as people who are in the top of the organization, and the same sentence was given to Hektor Sotu Kordova.
The prosecutor Arturi Moskera Konejo, the chief of the prosecution office for fight against organized crime, presented evidence that Zoran Jaksic bought large shipments of drugs from the organization "Golondrinas", which he then distributed to criminal groups which are smuggling narcotics in Europe and Northern America.
To recall, 800 kilograms of cocaine was seized from the organization.
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