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Mr. Rosamilla was arrested while crossing the border with 100 kilos of cocaine. In initial questioning, Mr. Rosamilla seemed nervous. The first question made Mr. Rosamilla look away from my direction and break eye contact when asked where the cocaine came from. Mr. Rosamilla began sweating profusely and kept asking for water. After supplying Mr. Rosamilla with water, the question was asked again. This time Mr. Rosamilla stated that the 100 kilos of cocaine had come from a cartel in Guadalajara, Mexico. Mr. Rosamilla admitted that he regularly made these trips for the cartel. The route Mr. Rosamilla took on multiple locations was detailed on a map. Also, the location of the pick-up point was drawn on the map as well. Mr. Rosamilla was then asked where he was taking the cocaine to. Mr. Rosamilla then stated that the cocaine was headed for Houston, Texas. The trip was made every two weeks, according to Mr. Rosamilla. Mr. Rosamilla was then asked, who is atop the cartel that he is working for. He then
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Unformatted text preview: became visibly nervous once again and refused to name the individual. Mr. Rosamilla went on to say that he was scared for his life if this information was given to authorities. I assured Mr. Rosamilla that this was not the case. I told him that any information given of this delicate nature would prompt us to put Mr. Rosamilla in our custody as a protected witness. Mr. Rosamilla still refused to give up this information. Mr. Rosamilla was asked what other parts did he play in this operation. His response was filled with a seriousness. He said that he was only a driver and never did any more than that. This concluded the questioning of Mr. Rosamilla. I recommend that the information gathered should be corroborated with the agency assigned to the cartel case that Mr. Rosamilla mentioned. This information could be vital in tracking the movements of narcotics entering the United States....
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