Prosecutors on Tuesday alleged that a group of seven men were at least partly responsible for the importation of approximately 1,125 kilograms of cocaine hidden inside a shipment of frozen fish. The cocaine entered the Netherlands at the Port of Rotterdam and was then tracked to a worksite in Zaandam in July 2018.

The drugs carried a street value of roughly 22 million euros, the Public Prosecution (OM) said in a statement. The OM concluded their case at a court in Rotterdam this week, and asked the judges to sentence the men to prison terms ranging from 6.5 to 10 years. A verdict is likely on November 8.

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