On 5 November, Prensa Libre reported that the National Civil Police (PNC) had reported that they had located a jet with possible drugs. It landed on a clandestine runway off the coast of Retalhuleu. The abandoned aircraft, registration N42FL, although it is not known if it is the official one, but the registration applies to a Gulfstream III business jet.
On 5 November, Bloomberg BNN reported that a federal judge in Mexico ordered the arrest of former Petroleos Mexicanos CEO Carlos Trevino for not appearing at the hearing in which he was going to be charged with criminal association and money laundering. Another ex-Pemex CEO Emilio Lozoya testified against Trevino for alleged corruption.
On 22 October, the National Bureau for Counter terror Financing for Israel issued a news release advising that the Israeli MoD had designated 6 organisations that it said had links to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) as terror organisations. The organisations are the Union of Palestinian Women’s Committees; Addameer Institute; Bisan Centre for Research and Development; Al-Haq Organisation; The Defence for Children International Organisation – Palestine Branch; and The Union of Agricultural Work Committees.
On 4 November, an article from El Pais said that an attorney in Madrid used a group of seniors living in poverty to conceal the income from traffickers who had imported 4 tonnes of cocaine into Spain. It starts with the story of one 84-year-old who, on paper, holds 44 bank accounts and is on the paperwork for a total of 25 companies. He is allegedly one of the 6 frontmen used by an attorney from Madrid who has been under investigation since 2019. The lawyer is alleged to have made use of 6 octogenarians living in poverty to legitimise the network’s flow of income, and were on the books of 387 companies, which in turn owned 414 properties in Madrid. The fictitious scheme also involved a web of nearly 300 bank accounts.