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“Crack”down from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration The DEA, part of the U.S.

Department of Justice, has now responded to the escalating situation in Colombia by announcing the launch of a massive attack on cocaine trafficking. Chuck Rosenberg, the Acting Administrator of the DEA, told us his intentions in an interview earlier today: “The Farc militias should not have access to resources, as they contribute – among other groups – to destroying Colombia and inhibiting Democracy.

It is in everyone’s interest that we, the American government, intervene to help liberate the Colombian people from this internal violence.” New measures are now being taken to stop cocaine from crossing Colombian borders, including restrictions on imports of other products such as Coffee and refined petroleum, as it has been recently reported that the same trade routes and facilities are used to export drugs to America.

The U.S. is additionally pledging $500k to the Colombian government for the sole purpose of seizing Farc cocaine bases before the end of 2017.

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