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“The men, on the same Delta Airlines flight, but traveling separately, were arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport last week after U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers found a combined 23 pounds of cocaine under their clothes in separate searches, authorities said Wednesday. The combined street value of the cocaine was nearly $400,000, authorities said.”

“According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Ariel Garcia, a U.S. citizen, and Elvin Montilla-Sosa, of the Dominican Republic, had both arrived in New York from Santo Domingo on April 19 when they were stopped for searches. An agency spokesman said they were not traveling together. In both cases, officers took the men to private search rooms.”

“Charging documents from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York said officers observed that Garcia was wearing baggy clothes, with “unusual bulging” around his calves.”

Does this cocaine make me look fat? Two men on flight caught with $400,000 worth of drug taped to their bodies.

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Thus far most of the fentanyl and carfentanil being smuggled into the USA is manufactured in China where its is legal and unrestricted.

“Three cases in Anne Arundel and Frederick counties this month mark the first carfentanil-related fatalities in Maryland, alarming local health and law enforcement officials already in a state of emergency combating the opioid crisis.”

“The difficult-to-detect substance is so powerful that an amount equivalent to a few grains of salt can be deadly. It requires more aggressive treatment than a typical opiate overdose to reverse. First responders are getting burned out answering back-to-back overdose calls rising because of carfentanil and other synthetic opioids, and they worry about falling ill after exposure while answering calls. The drug is so new that some medical examiners don't have the tools to detect it in autopsies.”

“Because the drug can be absorbed through the skin, police and lab workers need to take strict precautions against exposure, even from a puff escaping a bag being resealed, said Scott Maye, the chemistry program manager for the Virginia Department of Forensic Science.”

"Dogs can get a whiff of it, and it can be fatal," Maye said, adding that lab workers are offered masks and gloves and that testing equipment is stored in locked safes. Many police departments have stopped testing for heroin at crime scenes because the possible presence of carfentanil makes it too risky. The volume of carfentanil and fentanyl overdose calls is also overwhelming police and first responders, who are being diverted from other calls.”

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anonymousApril 29, 2017 11:53 AM GMT+4

Yes, just like the crack cocaine situation back in the 80s. Really are far too many people on the planet though, good riddance.
mApril 28, 2017 8:58 PM GMT+4

Comes from the PRC? well, so does most of meth's precursors....
Sam J.April 28, 2017 9:14 AM GMT+4

Not that I wish these people dead but it's appears that the drug problem will take care of itself if this goes on.