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Exhibit H

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U.S. Department of Justice
Drug Enforcement Administration
1. File No.

2. G-DEP Identifier

REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
3. File Title

(Continuation)
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5. Program Code

6. Date Prepared

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4. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES why he became involved in this drug deal and
FLORES replied, To make money. When asked how much, FLORES stated that
$5 million dollars was going to be made from this transaction of which
approximately $560,000 was for FLORES. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES to break
down the transaction and FLORES stated that 400 kilograms belonged to the
Mexican, 100 kilograms to Efrain (CAMPO-Flores), 100 kilograms to FLORES,
and 200 kilograms to El Gocho. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES what the price
being paid for the cocaine was and FLORES stated that the Mexican wa s
paying $12,000 USC. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES if he knew where the cocaine
was going and FLORES stated that the Mexican stated he was taking the
drugs to Mexico and then to many other cities within the United States.
5. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES how they were planning to get the cocaine out
of Venezuela and FLORES stated that they were going to do it themselves.
SA Gonzalez asked FLORES if anyone else knew about the cocaine shipment
and FLORES stated that their bodyguards knew about the shipment and were
going to help them load the cocaine onto the plane. SA Gonzalez asked
FLORES if they were planning on asking for help from any military
officials and he stated that they were not. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES if
any of the money from the sale of the cocaine was going to be used to fund
Cilia FLORES campaign for the National Assembly and FLORES stated that it
was not.
6. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES who introduced he and CAMPO to El Gocho and
FLORES stated that Pepero introduced them. FLORES further stated that
they (FLORES and CAMPO) had told Pepero about a deal they had in mind
(cocaine transaction) and Pepero said that El Gocho could help. FLORES
indicated that Pepero set up a meeting with El Gocho at a Thai
restaurant near Tolon Mall in Caracas. FLORES stated that CAMPO is in
contact with El Gocho.
7. SA Gonzalez asked FLORES what happened after the meeting with El
Gocho and FLORES stated that Hamudi introduced them to El Sentado in
Honduras and El Sentado introduced them to the Mex ican. SA Gonzalez
asked FLORES if they got to El Sentado directly from Hamudi and FLORES
stated that El Flaco in Honduras was a friend of Hamudi and it was El
Flaco who took them to El Sentado. FLORES further stated that El
Flaco is a worker for El Sentado. FLORES added that El Sentado is in
DEA Form
(Jul. 1996)

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DEA SENSITIVE
Drug Enforcem ent Adm inistration
This report is the property of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Neither it nor its contents may be disseminated outside the agency to w hich loaned.
Previous edition dated 8/94 may be used.

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U.S. Department of Justice
Drug Enforcement Administration
1. File No.

2. G-DEP Identifier

REPORT OF INVESTIGATION
3. File Title

(Continuation)
4.

Page

of

5. Program Code

6. Date Prepared

11-16-2015

a wheelchair.
8. At this time the aircraft was preparing to land and the interview was
terminated.
9. Upon the aircrafts arrival in White Plains, NY, FLORES was met at the
Westchester International Airport by DEA agents of the New York Organized
Crime Drug Enforcement Strike Force (NYOCDESF) Group Z-43 and was
processed for entry into the United States by Customs and Border
Protection (CBP) before being transported to the Metropolitan Correctional
Center in New York, NY and remanded to the custody of the United States
Marshals Service (USMS).

INDEXING
Franqui Francisco FLORES de Freitas

DEA Form
(Jul. 1996)

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DEA SENSITIVE
Drug Enforcem ent Adm inistration
This report is the property of the Drug Enforcement Administration.
Neither it nor its contents may be disseminated outside the agency to w hich loaned.
Previous edition dated 8/94 may be used.