RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - With the Sapucay drug case in Itatí, haunting the people of Corrientes in a story that obscured the riverside community, on Monday November 1, the newspaper reported that "a massive influx of drugs, mainly marijuana, is registered in Argentina through the extensive border with our country."
In addition to focusing on the border involving the province of Misiones, the same events are occurring in the jurisdiction of Corrientes, specifically in the Itatí and Itá Ibaté areas, citing a report by the InSight Crime Foundation, which investigates organized crime.
"This phenomenon can be seen with the large . . .