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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Profits from selling cocaine make it a lucrative business venture, even with the high risks of prison or even death

By David Krotz / Winona Daily News
The profits from cocaine are so great that drug dealers have been known to use two and four-engine airplanes on one-way flights into the United States, abandoning the planes once delivery is made.
The reason so many people at all levels of society would risk incarceration and put their lives at risk to deliver and sell the euphoric drug is simple: A 15,000 to 20,000 percent markup in the cost of the drug from its source to the consumer.


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