The Open Veins of Costa Rica’s Drug Trade
BARRA DEL COLORADO, Limón – In this remote town at the northern end of Costa Rica’s Atlantic coast, word has it that when the currents of the rivers emptying into the Caribbean Sea are strong after heavy rains, the likelihood of finding bags of cocaine washed up along shore is at its highest.
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