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British national Jack Alexander Wolf Marrian (R), who faces charges of trafficking 100 kilos of cocaine from Brazil to the port of Mombasa, reacts as a slab of cocaine is presented as evidence at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) headquarters, Nairobi on November 11, 2016. - The 31-year-old sugar trader faces a possible life sentence if found guilty of smuggling cocaine worth USD 6 million (5 million euros). But the US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) -- which worked with Spanish police to track and seize the shipment in late July -- believe Marrian and his co-accused, Kenyan clearing agent Roy Mwanthi, knew nothing of the drugs concealed in a sugar consignment from Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)