By now, most have heard of the two Canadian drug mules busted in Australia for smuggling in a record amount of cocaine after a whirlwind luxury cruise. What most intrigues me is that international authorities were on to them early on in their excellent adventure:
"What the girls and likely their travel companion did not know, was that they were being tracked by multiple border control agencies the entire time having been flagged as “high-risk travelers” according to the Washington Post. These included but were not limited to the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA).
It is unclear at this time what made them high-risk travelers. Having traveled to the United States from Canada, it is clear that something tipped off all international border control agents very early in the days of travel and long before they arrived in any world-renowned drug ports like Columbia or Peru."
Read more at http://www.inquisitr.com/3476118/high-seas-cocaine-bust-in-australia-3-canadians-charged-with-smuggling-30-million-in-drugs-on-cruise-ship/#wYiZ1AIr1ZUX7EK6.99
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