The vice-president of Brazil calls Bolsonaro & # 39; s pilot & # 39; qualified drug mule & # 39;

The pilot of Brazilian president Bolsanaro is a & # 39; qualified drug mule & # 39; who after his arrest declares the vice-president to carry 39 kilos of cocaine

  • The pilot flew President Jair Bolsonaro to the G20 summit in Japan
  • He was arrested by the police during a stopover in Spain when they found 39 kg of cocaine
  • Vice President Hamilton Mourao said that he was a & # 39; qualified mule & # 39; used to be
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The vice-president of Brazil, the pilot of Jair Bolsonaro, received a & # 39; qualified drug mouth & # 39; after he was arrested for smuggling narcotics to Spain yesterday.

The suspect supported Bolsonaro & # 39; s trip to Japan for this week's G20 meeting when he was arrested with 39 kg of cocaine, vice president Hamilton Mourao told journalists in Brasilia.

& # 39; Of course, considering the amount of drugs he was wearing, he didn't buy it and brought it, right? & # 39; said Mourao.

Brazilian vice president Hamilton Mourao told the media in Brasilia yesterday that the pilot is a & # 39; qualified drug formula & # 39; used to be

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Brazilian vice president Hamilton Mourao told the media in Brasilia yesterday that the pilot is a & # 39; qualified drug formula & # 39; used to be

& # 39; He worked like a mule. A well-qualified donkey, so to speak, & he added.

Yesterday it was announced that the Spanish police had arrested a member of the Brazilian Air Force who had transported three bags full of cocaine on a military plane to Seville.

The incident occurred a few hours before President Jair Bolsonaro was scheduled to make a stopover there, police and officials said Wednesday.

According to a Spanish police force, the officer discovered 39 kg (86 lbs) of the medicine in three pieces of luggage, which they checked on Tuesday while the plane waited to continue its journey to Tokyo.

The plane of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro can be seen today at Osaka airport. The pilot flew Bolsonaro to the G20 when he was arrested during a stopover in Spain

The plane of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro can be seen today at Osaka airport. The pilot flew Bolsonaro to the G20 when he was arrested during a stopover in Spain

The plane of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro can be seen today at Osaka airport. The pilot flew Bolsonaro to the G20 when he was arrested during a stopover in Spain

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The Brazilian Air Force said in a statement that the aviator was arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking and the case was also investigated by the country's military police.

The aviator was assigned to stay in Spain and board the president's plane for the final part of his return trip.

The original Bolsonaro official route listed Seville as a stopover on Tuesday evening, but an updated version quoted Lisbon.

In a tweet, Bolsonaro said he had been informed of Tuesday's arrest by the defense minister and ordered immediate collaboration with the Spanish police.

Bolsonaro (photo) said he had been informed of Tuesday's arrest by the defense minister

Bolsonaro (photo) said he had been informed of Tuesday's arrest by the defense minister

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Bolsonaro (photo) said he had been informed of Tuesday's arrest by the defense minister

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