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Carvalho, two-year-old, was on Interpol’s so-called red list on charges of running a criminal organization that supplied drugs to Europe. Zadren was a Hungarian police officer in Budapest thanks to cooperation with the security forces of other countries. According to Brazilian bulls, he traveled to the falcon Mexican passport and did not resist the arrest.

Former Brazilian military police officer Carvalho has been involved in the cartel since 2017, according to police, who have transported at least 45 tonnes of cocaine from Brazil to Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy and France. He also suspected the purchase of medical supplies to fight covid-19 pandas.

Carvalho was arrested in 2018 in Spain, where he was accused of transporting 1.7 tonnes of cocaine to Galicia. However, he managed to secure bail and, when he was to appear in court, fake his death with a false death certificate. He escaped from Spain in 2020, the EFE agency wrote.