Local February 6, 2012 | 2:23 pm

“We’ve dried up the Dominican market,” top drug cop says

Santo Domingo.- Antinarcotics Agency (DNCD) president Rolando Rosado on Monday said “there’s no drug in the country,” to specify that the purity of that narcotic which enters Dominican Republic is between 17 and 21 percent.

He said the 70 tons of that drug which previously entered the country has fallen to only 13, and of that the DNCD has seized 7.6 percent. “We’ve dried the Dominican market, we’re forcing the narcotics traffickers to sell garbage.”

Interviewed in the National Palace, Rosado reiterated that structures of the Mexican cartel of Sinaloa are in the country, and revealed the capture of a Mexican who belongs to that organization.

He also affirmed that the DNCD has closed the country’s airspace to the transfer of drug almost entirely, while the sea route is nearly “in checkmate” and only needs to control the border.

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