- A Surinamese seen was condemned as the 'right hand' of Dino Bouterse in a plan to smuggle large quantities of cocaine to the United States on Tuesday in Manhattan to eleven years and three months in prison.
Edmund Coinage (33) was arrested after an undercover US operation against Dino Bouterse. The son of Suriname's President Desi Bouterse was a year ago for sixteen years and three months after he pleaded guilty to the charge that he is Lebanese paramilitary group Hezbollah for $ 2 million had offered a base in his country.
According to US prosecutors wanted Bouterse and junior Muntslag known Mexican drug cartel members helping to smuggle large quantities of cocaine to the US. In reality, the 'Mexicans' informants of the US Narcotics Enforcement Administration.
Dino Bouterse was at that time head of the counterterrorism unit in Suriname. Muntslag he called his 'right hand.'
Bouterse was arrested in August 2013 in Panama, where he met with DEA agents who as representatives of Hezbollah arose discussed an arms deal. Coinage was a few days later was arrested in Trinidad and two years later extradited to the US