Thursday, April 25, 2013

Bali is the purpose of drug trafficking

Bali is the purpose of drug trafficking
Bali as a small island with an abundance of beauty, a place very attractive tourist destination. However, many tourists who come to with all the profits earned by the Balinese, is also being targeted by criminals. Be a very good target to take advantage of the crimes committed. The most dangerous act of evil for the survival of generations of Balinese people is drugs.

Bali became a very lucrative targets by drug traffickers. Due to a very small island with a population that many, and the economy is getting better in Bali, Bali as a target of drug trafficking by criminals. Target lucrative but dangerous for the Balinese. Because it can destroy the existence of the next generation in Bali.

Drugs in Bali is not only trafficked by local people, but also by tourists who come to Bali. They come to Bali to bring drugs then sold to the people of Bali. Drug deals are common in bars, cafes, night clubs, hotels. Places like that are often used as a transaction. Sometimes they sell drugs openly unto the night club visitors. Visitors who forget to introspective, will be tempted by the seduction and temptation on offer from the effects of the drug obtained.

Drugs are not only sold to foreigners who come to Bali, but also by local people. Usually these drug dealers is a big network. They have a network that is difficult to be tracked by the police. So where the drug dealers are very difficult to eradicate.

Tuesday this week, police arrested a Malaysian drug syndicate, and the city of Medan, North Sumatra, supplying drugs to South Kalimantan, Bali, Lombok, Surabaya, and Malang. Various types of narcotics are found, methamphetamine, ecstasy, erimin or happy five, and methamphetamine in liquid form. Supplied bookie named Mursal alias Ever, Malaysians. The drugs were sent to Banjarmasin, Bali, Lombok, Surabaya, and Malang.

Disclosure of narcotics network inter-state controlled Mursal from Malaysia, starting from the arrest of three suspects in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, on 16 April.