Anti-drug trafficking operation in Spain: 16 people arrested, 6.94 tons of cocaine seized

Anti-drug trafficking operation in Spain: 16 people arrested, 6.94 tons of cocaine seized

October 25, 2018 | Brainwave Science


According to police of Spain, a huge drug contraband was found in the country this week. Police made an official statement and confirmed that more than 6.3 metric tons (6.94 tons) of cocaine were seized during a special operation. Moreover, officials informed that 16 people were arrested on suspicion in drug trafficking. Besides, they opened up that firearms and 300,000 euros ($342,000) in cash were found during the operation. According to this statement, this illegal activity has broken up a Dutch-led drug-trafficking gang.

Spain police revealed that traffickers covered their illegal operations using a company importing fruit from Costa Rica. Reports say that drugs were concealed in a banana shipment that arrived at Setubal port in neighboring Portugal and was taken by truck to Spain. Besides, police suspect that traffickers smuggled cocaine into Spain and the Netherlands. According to officials, suspects recently bought trucking companies to expand their operations.

Officials opened up that the operation had an international character and it was confirmed that U.S. Homeland Security Investigations and Portuguese detectives were involved in the investigation.


The non-medical use of prescription drugs is becoming a major threat to public health and law enforcement worldwide that raises a drug trafficking problem worldwide. More than 55 tons of illicit substances and drugs have been seized in a global operation coordinated by INTERPOL across 93 countries during 17th, September – 8th, October 2018.

Unfortunately, Spain for a few last years has been one of the most important southern entry points for cocaine and other drugs entering Europe and cultivated and processed in Latin America. According to the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Spain has one of the highest rates of cocaine use in the world, falling behind only the UK and Albania. According to the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA) Drug Markets Report, seizures of illicit drugs in Spain are the highest among the EU states. This problem is one of the most important for Spain today and has become a real challenge for officials of the country.


Modern criminals, especially drug traffickers, prefer to use only the best ways and mechanism of illegal actions all the time improving their skills. They invent new ways of trafficking and its modern methods to conceal and hide drugs, makes work of law enforcement agencies more complicated. That is why identifying traffickers and putting them behind the bars is not an easy task today. However, with the use of fully automated and extremely accurate iCognative technology, offered only by Brainwave Science, it becomes possible to find perpetrators and prove their guilt, with minimal time and effort required.

For example, in the latest anti-drug trafficking operation in Spain, iCognative can help to find out about the involvement as well as the level of involvement of 16 arrested suspects and find more criminal connections. Within less than an hour, the technology can identify if every suspect knows concealed details about drug trafficking (pictures of found drugs; dates of its trafficking; photos of partners in crime etc. that can be known only real traffickers). iCognative can determine who from suspects has specific crime-related information in their brains and who does not. Rooted in proven patent-free P300/P300 MERMER science, the technology will find out the fact of the presence of the information in the brain with more than 99% accuracy.

Invented to protect the right of innocent, iCognative is non-invasive technology that can be used in more than 85% of cases. Compared to other well-known investigative tools, this technology has no false positives or false negatives. Identifying perpetrators quickly, iCognative doesn’t have any room for errors or countermeasures, there is no way to beat it, as the information comes directly from the brain of the suspect.

In reference to this complicated situation with drug trafficking in Spain, iCognative can become a great instrument in the war against traffickers that will incredibly increase the number of solved cases. The technology is a brilliant instrument that can give a chance to investigative agents all over the world to win the war against criminals.

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