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Border Cops Who Forced Smugglers to Eat Pot Get Two Years in Prison

  Two former US Border Patrol agents who forced three Mexican pot smugglers to eat marijuana in 2008 were sentenced to two years in federal prison Tuesday. Dario Castillo, 25, and Ramon Zuniga, 31, were convicted by jury in April for violating the civil righ...

Drug Traffickers Drop $1 Million Out of Plane

Bolivian drug traffickers bumbled badly when they threw a million dollars out of a plane right into the hands of narcotics officers.   Bolivian authorities intercepted the haul of $1,000,000 in US bills when it was dropped from a low-flying plane in eastern S...

French Navy Stops Ship Carrying 20 Tons of Pot

The French navy claims to have made its biggest marijuana seizure ever after nabbing a Tanzanian-flagged ship carrying 20 tons of marijuana in international waters. French customs officers claim the market value of the pot is between 40 and 50 million euros ...

Ship of Fools: Smugglers Set Fire to Massive Hash Stash

Smugglers set fire to a cargo ship carrying 30 tons of hash after being spotted by authorities in the Mediterranean. Crewmembers jumped overboard and had to be rescued by authorities as dark plumes of smoke filled the air. The freighter was interce...

Scuba Diving Smuggler Arrested at US Border

Jesse Zunti, a 24-year-old Windsor, Ontario man, faces four years behind bars after being arrested Monday morning for allegedly attempting to smuggle over eight pounds of pot from Canada to the US… by scuba diving in the St. Clair River in Marine City, Michiga...

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