Wired has a recent article on the recent drug sub phenomenon south of the border. It seems that the drug cartels in South America have developed a trend in foiling law enforcement by building submarines deep inside the jungle. In order to make them practically undetectable to radar, they are building them out of carbon fiber and kevlar (the material used to make bulletproof vests). Wired talks to a former Cartel associate that built some of the first semi-submersible models. In any case, it would seem that the drug runners have come along way from depending on flying their cargo across the skies to deliver their goods. Read the complete article here.
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