Venezuelan first nephews Francisco Flores, 31, (left) and Efrain Campo, 30, as a federal court jury delivered its guilty verdict on charges of plotting to smuggle cocaine into the United States.
Venezuelan first nephews Francisco Flores, 31, (left) and Efrain Campo, 30, as a federal court jury delivered its guilty verdict on charges of plotting to smuggle cocaine into the United States. Christine Cornell
Venezuelan first nephews Francisco Flores, 31, (left) and Efrain Campo, 30, as a federal court jury delivered its guilty verdict on charges of plotting to smuggle cocaine into the United States. Christine Cornell

Venezuelan ‘first nephews’ found guilty in plot to smuggle drugs to U.S.

November 18, 2016 05:01 PM

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