Army Master Sgt. Daniel Gould charged with smuggling Colombian cocaine into Florida

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crim...ing-colombian-cocaine-into-florida/ar-BBM4eTz


WASHINGTON — A decorated Special Forces soldier was arrested Monday for attempting to smuggle nearly 90 pounds of cocaine from Colombia into the U.S. on a military airplane, according to two defense officials.

Army Master Sgt. Daniel Gould, a soldier assigned to the 7th Special Forces Group, was arrested after Drug Enforcement Administration agents found 40 kilograms of cocaine in two backpacks on a military airplane in Colombia. The plane was bound for Eglin Air Force Base near Fort Walton Beach, Florida.

Gould allegedly tried to smuggle the cocaine in the two military-issue "punch out" bags. He was on vacation in Cali, Colombia, the week before the bust but had already traveled back to the U.S. when the drugs were loaded onto the aircraft. Officials said Gould used a proxy to move the bags onto the plane, but could not say whether that person was complicit or not.

A spokesperson for Army Special Operations Command would not comment on specific details. Gould did not immediately respond to a voicemail.

"We are aware of recent allegations concerning a U.S. soldier assigned under U.S. Army Special Operations Command for reportedly attempting to smuggle narcotics from Colombia into the U.S. We are cooperating fully with law enforcement officials concerning this matter. In order to protect the integrity of the investigation and the rights of the individual, there is no additional information available for release at this time," Lt. Col. Robert Bockholt wrote in response to questions about the case.
 

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PENSACOLA — Two more people, including a Colombian citizen, have been indicted on charges related to an alleged cocaine smuggling scheme involving a 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) soldier who reportedly tried to get nearly 90 pounds of cocaine into the United States from Colombia.

Federal grand jury indictments handed down last week charge 24-year-old Colombian Gustavo A. Pareja and 35-year-old Henry W. Royer of North Carolina with conspiring to possess and distribute cocaine with “reasonable cause to believe that such a substance would be unlawfully imported into the United States from a place outside thereof.”

Neither of the men are soldiers, according to Lt. Col. Loren Bymer, spokesman for the U.S. Army Special Operations Command.

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Let's keep in mind his "scum bucket" is a fucking HERO...

https://valor.militarytimes.com/hero/29822

So he wanted to make a little extra money from smuggling in some drugs. Who gives a shit?
Aren't you the one always saying drug addicts and dealers are vile pieces of shit that deserve to die? Shouldn't that go for the people bringing it into the country as well?

That "little extra money" has street value of about 12 million USD.
 

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Aren't you the one always saying drug addicts and dealers are vile pieces of shit that deserve to die? Shouldn't that go for the people bringing it into the country as well?

That "little extra money" has street value of about 12 million USD.
No, i have no beef with drug traffickers so long as they arent users, arent selling it on the streets themselves, and arent doing any other crimes.

For example, i have long admired the cocaine cowboy smugglers from back in the 80s, just some badass dudes with planes out to make some bucks.
 

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