Trio found with €440 million of cocaine receive a total of 85 years imprisonment
Wednesday, July 23, 2008
Three people who were found with €440 million worth of cocaine have been given a total of 85 years imprisonment. Perry Wharrie and Martin Wanden were given thirty years imprisonment, while Joe Daly was given twenty-five.
Judge Ó Donnabháin made the following comment when sentencing the group:
Gerard Hagan, from Liverpool, England, a person who was involved with the group, pleaded guilty at the start of the trial. He said that he was in possession of €13,000 worth of drugs, and intended to sell them.
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