By Euro Weekly News Media • 15 June 2015 • 11:53
FOUR defendants have been sentenced to prison terms totalling 16 years and seven months for bringing a stash of 10.8 tonnes of hashish from Morocco in to Spain, hidden in boxes of frozen sardines.The drugs were intercepted in Santa Pola in November 2009, the biggest drugs haul of hashish to be recovered by police in Alicante Province to date.An Alicante court acquitted six others who were arrested at the time believing they were unaware that the importation of the goods was hiding an illicit activity.
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