Killing men is easy, I brought them over the mountain, through desert, whatever. The hard part is
moving them inside the country. Whenever you get stopped, you gonna bribe someone to shoot someone…and not good for business. No, once your inside, you want to hand off as fast as possible, let the customer deal with it.
«How do they move the shipment?»
Hm…I delivered three hundred kilos of C4 …about six months ago. He showed up with a dozen of his men…dead men. He packed C4 into their corpses figuring no one will search them. Smart guy.
«Where do you get the weapons?»
It’s a romantic notion that they all came out of the Soviet Union after the collapse, that was a win fall back in ’89, maybe from ’91…but that’s all over. I move weapons, I profit from circulation; you get a ceasefire in Liberia, both sides disarmed, you think they slide two thousand tons of guns? No. They sell them to me. I resell them where ever the next war is starting.
«Those are Soviet Guns from 1999?»
Hm…well that’s about half. The rest mostly come from old European armies. After they abandon their colonies in the ’60s and ’70s, you know, French guns, Dutch, Belgian…
«So some of these guns are very old? They have been sold, bought, and sold repeatedly?»
*laughs* They aren’t bio-degradable. Only the dead are bio-degradable.