Cat litter?No, the Panamanian National Attorney General’s Office announced that they had captured a cat trying to transfer drugs to a local prison.Yes, fortunately Cat, These illegal substances can only wrap them in his body, so he is safe and harmless.
How did you discover that this cat tried to pass drugs in a Panamanian prison?
According to the information from DW, Guards and police captured the cat that was transported to the outskirts of Nueva Esperanza prison in Colon Province, Panama.. Yes, according to investigations by local authorities, when the cat gradually approached the prison fence, it was intercepted, where there were approximately 1,700 prisoners.
Regarding this cat, Andrés Gutierrez, general manager of the Panamanian prison system, pointed out: “This animal has a piece of cloth tied around its neck and two wrappers on it” with “Vegetables, four are lined with transparent white powder plastic, and the other is wrapped with leaves”.
Eduardo Rodríguez (Eduardo Rodríguez), the prosecutor of Cologne and Guna Yala, pointed out that the cat may be transporting cocaine, cracks and marijuana..In addition, the authorities explained that they suspected that the cat They were deceived by the food in the prison and made them return with drugs and put the goods outside of their bodies or in the same kiosk.
Panamanian authorities are already investigating the case
After the cat was found, Cologne and Guna Yala’s Office of the Drug Prosecutor announced on their Twitter account, Begin investigation into the use of animals to transfer drugs to the Nova Esperanza prison in Panama.
They also added two photos to the publication. In these photos, you can see the suspected drug wrapper and the cat tied to a piece of cloth. For this, the kitten was handed over to the Animal Protection Foundation.
#survey| After discovering this method, Cologne and Guna Yala’s Office of the Drug Prosecutor began investigating the use of animals to transfer illegal substances to the New Esperanza Prison Center. pic.twitter.com/Yv1YfHEGwh
-Public Ministry (@PGN_PANAMA) April 16, 2021
*Information from DW