SHIP SEIZED IN RECORD $1.3 BILLION COCAINE BUST BELONGS TO JPMORGAN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

SHIP SEIZED IN RECORD $1.3 BILLION COCAINE BUST BELONGS TO JPMORGAN

SOURCE: ZEROHEDGE
A few weeks ago we reported that around $1 billion worth of cocaine (15,500 kilos) was seized from a container ship at a Philadelphia port after having stopped in Colombia, Chile, Peru, Panama and the Bahamas (subsequently it turned out that it was a record $1.3 billion, or 18,000 kilos worth).

Today we learn that the vessel, the MSC Gayane, is owned by JP Morgan, and has been seized by US authorities according to the Wall Street Journal. The Gayane is the world's second-largest container ship - operated by Switzerland-based Mediterranean Shipping Co, MSC.

$91 million: The amount of cocaine that was supposed to be on that boat in fictional movie “The Usual Suspects.”

$1.3 billion: The amount of cocaine in this boat. https://t.co/Z539qoDKlo

— Sam Ro ???? (@SamRo) July 9, 2019
"A seizure of a vessel this massive is complicated and unprecedented—but it is appropriate because the circumstances here are also unprecedented," said US Attorney William McSwain in a statement. "When a vessel brings such an outrageous amount of deadly drugs into Philadelphia waters, my office will pursue the most severe consequences possible against all involved parties in order to protect our district—and our country."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As usual, the monied believe that there will be no actions against what they have done to impact people, and the country, negatively.

And I would almost be willing to bet that right now, JP Morgan's President, Jamie Dimon, is getting ready to "speed dial" his "Crisis Aversion and Management Team", to find a way of blaming this on some unsuspecting underling, and leave the corporation without too much "moral garbage" to be carrying for this, and for only a short period of time.

Philly has an horrendous drug problem, as indicated by the following stories:

"Kensington Blues" gives a devastating picture of drug abuse in Philadelphia

Trapped by the Walmart of Heroin

Philadelphia’s overdose deaths dip overall in 2018 but are ‘still at crisis levels’

That someone at JP Morgan thought that this was a "too amazing a financial opportunity they couldn't afford to lose", has obviously had both their humanity, and conscience, thoroughly removed.

And when McSwain finds the person who signed off on this, I hope that no matter how far up the food chain they are, that they will be tried and convicted by their peers, and will be sentenced to a prison OTHER... than a Club Fed.

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