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Did this ex-boxer move 1G$ of cocaine?
Goran Gogic, former heavyweight boxer, is formally accused of cocaine trafficking, as he would be involved in a transport that would amount to more than one billion dollars!

Authorities are talking about roughly 20 tons of cocaine, according to the Department of Justice of the United States, via a press release.

Gogic would have set up a team with the aim of transporting this large quantity of “coke” to Europe from Colombia via the United States using commercial freighters.

The arrest was made Sunday night at an international airport in Miami, as the ex-boxer was boarding a flight.

He is facing three charges under the Maritime Drug Law Enforcement Act, in addition to one charge of conspiracy.

In the event of a conviction, the mandatory minimum sentence would be ten years and it could even go up to life in prison.

“The seizure of a billion dollars worth of cocaine was a major blow to Gogic’s criminal network, but nothing could be heavier than his arrest last night,” said Frank A. Tarentino III, a special agent in charge of New York’s drug trafficking division.

Recall that Gogic boxed professionally from 2001 to 2012, compiling a 21-4-2 record during that decade.

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