The three men accused of being behind New Zealand's biggest cocaine haul can now be named.
Ronald Cook Senior, Gonzalo Rivera-Pavon and Augustin Suarez-Juarez appeared at the High Court in Auckland today where name suppression lapsed.
The three are accused of importing 35kg of the class A drug, hidden in a diamante encrusted statue of a horse's head, imported from Mexico.
The cocaine has an estimated street value of $14 million.
The men have denied the charges and are due to face a trial in May next year.