International Arms Smuggling Net Moves To Panama http://www.insidecostarica.com/dailynews/2010/april/04/centralamerica100400401.htm
Panama police have asked Interpol, for information on the Colombians Virgilio Martín, 38, Norman Darío Cárdenas, 37, Robison German, 33 and one Panamanian suspect, Efraín Quintero Jordán, 30.Four men arrested in a San Francisco apartment with an arsenal of weapons including an anti-aircraft missile have been charged with trafficking in arms and ammunition.
They were found on Thursday (April 1) with 1000 packets of different caliber ammunition, five pistols a rifle with telescopic sight, tear gas, pepper spray, and the anti-aircraft missile, Authorities believe that the suspects form part of an international arms smuggling network that recently set up shop in Panama.
The four men were also found with $6,000 in cash, and a laptop computer with photos of several marked graves.
comment-''The four men were also found with $6,000 in cash, and a laptop computer with photos of several marked graves.'' what marked graves?more false positive graves in colombia known as false positives?well keep an eye for further developments...