Friday, 25 September 2020

[Photos] Costa Rica Elite Police In Action

QPHOTOS – Costa Rica does not have an army, but daily images like these fill our television screens, headlines and social media.

Photo from La Nacion, Saturday morning raids in Turrialba
Photo from La Nacion pf the Saturday morning raids in Turrialba, in Cartago, October 2016

 

Screen capture of the early Thursday morning raid in Alajulita, show live on the 6:00am television news
Early morning raid in Alajuelita May 2016

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GAO training in September 2014

 

Guarding prisoner movement outside Pavas courthouse in May 2011. Photo by Rico
Guarding prisoner movement outside Pavas courthouse in May 2011.

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