United States issued list of Dominican officers linked to drugs, El Dia reports
DominicanToday.com - The Government officially received on August 31 the list of military and Police officers allegedly involved in drug trafficking, a case which the authorities have yet to refer to, except the Government’s antinarcotics adviser, Marino Vinicio Castillo, who recently admitted the existence of the names, newspaper El Dia reports.

It said information from the United States proves that “that list is well known by the authorities,” while an ex- president Antinarcotics Agency had affirmed that “doctor Castillo knows who they are, and he, as the Presidential adviser, must provide the names,” adding that, “I am going to break the silence.”

U.S. Embassy Commercial attaché Christopher Lambert recently said that there will be investigations, a response which confirmed Castillo’s version, although indirectly.

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