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UK Cocaine Drug Smugglers Tell of Their Biggest Jobs | Crime Stories

Two cocaine traffickers – Stephen Mee and Andrew Pritchard tell how much they would turn around in a day, drug wars they’ve witnessed and the methods they’ve used to smuggle drugs into the UK.

They get together in an old London pub and see what stories they can reveal.

STEPHEN Mee was a notorious name in the UK during the 1980s and 1990s. He has since turned his life around after being imprisoned in 1996.

He started by smuggling cannabis from Holland into the UK via trains and boats, before expanding to cocaine.

Andrew Pritchard born in the sixties and raised in the London borough of Hackney.

His first spent his first stint in prions in 1986, whereupon he got more and more involved in the criminal underworld.

During the eighties he was organising illegal warehouse raves and dealing the drug ecstasy, which lead onto cocaine. In March 2015, he was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

Pritchard was classed as high risk and sent to one of Britain’s most secure prisons – HMP Belmarsh. Whilst in their he noticed something wasn’t right, and with permission he developed a rehabilitation programme – and it was a success.

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