Now it has to go back to Ecuador
In Official Car – Embassy Driver Coke Smuggling!
The embassy in Bern wasn’t the only employer for the Ecuadorian employee: he smuggled massive amounts of cocaine—and that in a company car. Now that man is being evicted.
In a car with the license plate note “CD” for “Corps Diplomatic”, the driver of an embassy in Bern smuggled a huge amount of cocaine.
It is legal to deliver secret messages in a silent mail car with a license plate CD “Corps Diplomatic”. However, the fact that an embassy employee smuggles a large amount of cocaine is nothing but legal.
However, an embassy employee did exactly that, as “Der Bund” reports. In addition to his employment as a driver and caretaker, he took a second job as a drug courier. Now Ecuadorians have to go back to their country of origin.
152.3 grams of cocaine in the embassy car
He smuggled narcotics in large quantities in vehicles with diplomatic plates. According to the article, he transported 152.3 grams of pure cocaine from Bern to the neighboring canton of Freiburg in just one week. Doing business of 18 grams is also considered a serious crime!
In the fall of 2017, his drug offenses were finally exposed. According to the report, the Freiburg District Court sentenced the driver to three years in prison. He is now released from jail. He no longer works for the embassy, the man has now found a job in a camp. He still lives in a village in Emmental – but not for long.
he has to go back to ecuador
However, due to its violations of the law, the Berne Office for Migration and Civil Status withdrew its settlement permit: native Ecuadorians must now return to their country of origin. Reportedly, the man complained that it was disproportionate and even went to the administrative court – the highest official in the canton.
But neither the long stay nor the large family – the man has lived in Switzerland since he was young – none of this is of any use to him. His appeal was rejected by the Administrative Court, and he is due to return to Ecuador at the end of September. However, the decision is not final yet. (Oho)