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  • Police Ram Drug dealer’s Airplane During Takeoff

    Like a Brazillian Boss! From Youtube source: The Polícia Federal show how to pit maneuver a plane in Brazil. 11/1/11 ——-DIALOGUE IN VIDEO——- “I’m gonna hit the wing! I’m gonna hit the wing! Don’t shoot yet!” shouted the policeman. After crash “Get the left side, I’ll drive to the right side and get the others!” ——-[Thank silviocomnenem & deltanz for english translation]——- News with the help of Google Translate and fellow YouTubers: To prevent the escape of suspected illegal to transport cargo to Brazil, federal police of Ribeirão Preto (314 km from Sao Paulo) used a vehicle to hit the wing of a plane that was used by the group. With the move, the agents of PF - who filmed the moment of approach - managed to prevent the airplane from taking off. The operation ended with the arrest of five suspects - including the pilot of the plane - and seizure of a cargo estimated at $200 thousand in notebooks, electronic surveillance equipment and a bicycle. The products, which were placed in a van, probably came from Paraguay and would be marketed in the region of Ribeirao Preto, according to PF. As the images of the action, at the time the aircraft begins to take off on a rural road between the towns of Pontefract and Orlando, in São Paulo, the car starts the PF approach. “I’m gonna hit the wing! I’m gonna hit the wing! Don’t shoot yet!” shouted the policeman. After crash “Get the left side, I’ll drive to the right side and get the others!” Chasing the plane from behind, the PF vehicle clips the left wing. The hit damages both wing and landing gear causing it to spin on the road and stop. Part of the aircraft was still good, but some products have already been placed by the suspects in a van that would take the cargo to be sold in area stores, according to the delegate Edson Geraldo de Souza. Ten police officers worked in the operation, according to Souza, was preceded by 30 days of investigations. The PF did not disclose the suspects. They should be indicted on suspicion of smuggling. The plane was “prepared” for the transportation of cargo, according to the sheriff, as all seats had been removed to facilitate the accommodation of the parts. According to police, the aircraft seized on Tuesday is sold for between $300 thousand and $500 thousand. “Besides the price, it is important the plane is no longer used for smuggling or for trafficking in drugs,” said the delegate. Asked about the damage caused to the police car, Souza said that the “benefit” to seize the plane compensates for the damage - the images will be used in internal process to justify the loss. According to the delegate, only the windshield of the vehicle was damaged and the repair should be approximately $400.

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