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Six years in prison for Colombian vet who bags of heroin in puppies stopped
The Colombian veterinarian, Andres Lopez Elorez (38), was Friday sentenced to six years in prison for the insertion of bags of heroin in puppies. The man smuggled in command of a drug cartel, the animals of the city of Medellín, in northwest Colombia, to various locations in the United States. That's what happened between 2004 and 2005.

Elorez performed several operations in which he bags of liquid heroin bring in the belly of labradors. After the surgery brought to the vet the puppies from Colombia to various cities in the United States, where the heroin again their bodies were obtained. About how many animals in total, is not clear.

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Detectives fell in 2005 to a clinic, where they have ten puppies with drugs. The police had about twenty members of the gang arrested, but Elorez escaped and fled to Spain. The animals came on the spot and took the animals seized. For three dogs, however, came to late. They died a few days later.

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