Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Vancouver Drug bust - Project Trooper

The VPD is reporting that on Wednesday, March 11th, with the assistance of our policing partners, investigators from the Vancouver Police Organized Crime Section executed 11 search warrants throughout Vancouver, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Surrey and Maple Ridge. Police sized 20.5 kg of cocaine, 1.6 kg of heroin, 12.2 kg of crystal meth and 23,000 fentanyl pills.

The VPD is also reporting that the crime group was selling drugs to marginalized members of the community. The criminals were also believed to be shipping large quantities of the drugs to Vancouver Island and into Alberta. Well done.


  1. "Vancouver Coastal Health’s strategy to bring supervised injection services to community health centres across the city has drawn criticism from one of the most prominent recovery experts in Vancouver."

    “This strategy is, in my opinion, monstrous,” said David Berner, the executive director of the Drug Prevention Network of Canada. “It’s based on a belief system that’s completely false,” he said, explaining that harm reduction assumes “addicts are addicts for life and they must be kept comfortable.”

    “If you knew that your daughter was cutting herself, would you spend 20 minutes sterilizing her razor blades?”

    1. "It’s based on a belief system that’s completely false".

      Yeah, there's a lot of that going around these days.....

  2. Why do we need all these drugs...? When in the Okanagan valley as a child, in the early sixties, there were no drugs-market, no one took drugs except alcohol.

    If you'd opened up a cocaine business in 1966 in Vernon, you'd be out of business (to lack of demand), in a few days...

    Now Vernon has a whole sub-division of crack-people.

    Everything changed for the much worse....What was it that happened, in your opinion, AK...?


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