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Friday, April 7, 2023
Police seize 90 kilos of cocaine in Calgary
The Calgary Herald is reporting that "Two men including one from Calgary have been charged after an investigation led to the seizure of about 91 kilograms of cocaine." Calgarian Steven Christopher Fera, 45, and Jason Jamie Chan, 38, of Surrey, B.C. have been charged with two counts of possession of cocaine for the purpose of trafficking. Well done. That saves lives.
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Clayton Roueche needs to be sent to Canada before that Wall Street Journal reporter goes to USA from Russia. WORD!ReplyDelete
Yes he should but sadly I don't think he will. However, he has had a few years shaved off his sentence here and there and the end is now within reach. Unlike Blaze, Clay went the distance and came out a super saiyan. Blaze and his pal Jamie Bacon are cowering in the shadows.Delete
It will be interesting to see if the WSJ guy actually worked for the CIA. Not that it would be a shock you understand, the CIA started subverting domestic journalists in the early 1950's, just that.......we'd like to see a bit of proof. Just a bit. Time will tell, it always does, right? We always find these things out in the end.Delete
It's not like writing an article in the WSJ saying the Russian Economy is about to implode could get you arrested on a false charge of espionage in a country where it's a given that leader has had troublesome domestic journalists murdered, right? At this point both stories seem possible. Maybe both. One thing seems likely, no one else will be writing articles about how the Russian economy is going to implode, any time soon.
"Snow on the Prairies".....if those guys are smart they will stay in custody. At $25k@kilo, someone is going to want their two million $ plus.Delete
Yeah, sadly enough whenever there's a bust the club holds the ones that got busted responsible for the debt.Delete
Seems they must have been charged in Alberta. In this case sentencing is significantly different in both provinces. I wonder if these accused will waive the charges into BC? This is only allowed with a guilty plea but could save years on a sentence.Delete
Surprising no further charges being laid. No knowledge of how 91 kilos crossed the border? Seems CPS new both vehicles were loaded and where the birds were hidden including how to open their traps. Interesting.
Who they are working for is a legitimate concern. It's a great bust. The tip came in from the DEA. That means they must have knowledge of its origins.Delete
It's all documented Project Mockingbird.Delete
Look it up.
I'm familiar with Operation Mockingbird. That's when the CIA first infiltrated the mainstream media:Delete
That's a hell of alot of powda.ReplyDelete
This is not the first time they have busted vehicles with well hidden concealment capability headed for Alberta, I think you reported it right here, a white pickup?ReplyDelete