Video shows dramatic jump by US Guardsmen onto vessel laden with cocaine:

The Coast Guard on Thursday released video of service members jumping onto a moving drug smuggling vessel carrying 17,000 pounds of cocaine with an estimated street value of $232 million, according to a branch spokesman.
The video from June 18 showed crew members of the Cutter Munro leaping onto the self-propelled semi-submersible vessel, suspected of carrying drugs. The vessel moved alongside the cutter in the eastern Pacific. A crew member can then be seen busting open the hatch to find an unidentified man inside.
Five suspected drug smugglers were found inside.

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+2 1. Scutterbucket commented 95 days ago

That's a mini sub, isn't it? - Why didn't they just DIVE! DIVE! DIVE! ???
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+2 2. Judge-Jake commented 95 days ago

#1 My guess if they had they would soon have Died Died Died. :D
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+4 3. Kenuty commented 95 days ago

@1 they're manmade narco subs, they are made to dive a certain depth not too deep and enough to avoid radars, its the new way to transfer narcs over.
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+2 4. Judge-Jake commented 95 days ago

#3 You seem to know just a little too much about these subs for my liking Fried Chicken, I demand we have a look in your garage, the one that backs onto that river. :D
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+2 5. challenger451 commented 94 days ago

On my iPad I kept getting a spam page to the link. On my computer, it goes straight to the video??? Is this why the low rating on this video? I think the video is a decent presentation, but the spam is really annoying.
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+2 6. JoelVA commented 94 days ago

@3 Aren't all submarines manmade? Otherwise, I think they're called whales.
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0 7. Scutterbucket commented 94 days ago

Nah, Whales is a country where Welsh people live.
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0 8. Kenuty commented 94 days ago

@6 I meant like handmade subs made in your backyard river vs Machine made subs in large weapons factory.
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+1 9. Judge-Jake commented 92 days ago

#8 Yeah look, that is what I meant Friedy lets have a look at your back yard immediately, I'm thinking we are going to see welding equiptment, sub panels and a long hose at the very least oh and rivets lots and lots of rivets.....Coast Guard get round to KFC's place immediately.

OH and while we are grassing people up like KFC (COAST GUARD COME ON THERE< QUICKLY) ADMIN we have been stuck on this fecking page for three days now, I'm getting seasick, KFC is getting away (COOAST GUARD...HE'S RUNNIG AWAY HERE!!!) and we would all like a new video or several please.<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3<3
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