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(CBC)   Apparently, if during a drug bust you claim to be working as a police agent, the DEA will just let you go without any proof whatsoever   (cbc.ca) divider line 31
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2013-02-12 06:36:56 AM  
"The U.S.-linked sources say he had worked as a Canadian police agent, fraternizing with importers of cocaine and exporters of marijuana."

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Wanted for questioning.
 
2013-02-12 09:26:47 AM  
Hey, uh... I'm actually supposed to be getting out of jail.
 
2013-02-12 10:28:24 AM  
Gimme back my money, aye.
 
2013-02-12 10:52:54 AM  
Canadian pulls Snow Job.
 
2013-02-12 10:53:45 AM  
Hey Canada! Your police can't arbitrarily go into another country and arrest people, just FYI.
 
2013-02-12 10:55:02 AM  

Nothing To See Here: Canadian pulls Snow Job.


Licky boom-boom down.
 
2013-02-12 11:00:57 AM  
They thought of telling the LAPD, but they'd already sold the movie rights, plus with that smiling black guy killing "dirty" LA cops, that made for a nice subplot.

And then there's the news casts with the "controversy."  Expect the premiere for Thanksgiving 2014.
 
2013-02-12 11:05:50 AM  
You can also claim you are just there to reprocess the furniture.
 
2013-02-12 11:20:31 AM  

Eddie Adams from Torrance: Hey, uh... I'm actually supposed to be getting out of jail.


? "00:28:25 Yeah.

00:28:27 You're in the wrong line, dumb ass. Over there." ?
 
2013-02-12 11:20:50 AM  
How about if they just send over drones to target any Canadians (or Americans) that they feel are a threat to Canada?  They could label them "Narco-terroristas" and then it should all be good to go with America!  Have to love the never-ending Drug War - how much would legal cannabis be worth in a few years - $10 to $50  per pound before taxes?
 
2013-02-12 11:30:19 AM  
it's worked before

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2013-02-12 11:31:27 AM  
FTA: In the process, Quebec police netted $255,000 in cash, 227 kilograms of cocaine, 73,000 pills, 80 kilograms of cannabis, 189 firearms, two Tasers, 13 barrels of a solvent that's commonly used to create date rape drugs, and 53 vehicles.

Sounds like the makings of a hell of a weekend.
 
2013-02-12 11:32:34 AM  

NameDot: Eddie Adams from Torrance: Hey, uh... I'm actually supposed to be getting out of jail.

? "00:28:25 Yeah.

00:28:27 You're in the wrong line, dumb ass. Over there." ?


00:28:30 I'm sorry. I am being a big dumb ass. Sorry. ?
 
2013-02-12 11:33:45 AM  
Honestly, I'm not worried about the guy's status as an undercover agent or not.  The article has the Canadians both admitting that they had an undercover operation going in the US, and later state that this guy wasn't working for them.  Okay, I don't really care there, one way or another, that's just one guy, and a sketchy sounding guy at that.  Basically a police informant, not really an officer.

More interesting was the fact that Canada is asking for the $2.5 million that was confiscated in the raid.  For their not officially sanctioned guy for a secret/illegal police operation that was busted by California police.  It's not their money, mind you - like, they didn't try to trap the bad guys with a drug deal - it's just that they believe it's part of a cash trail for a case they're pursuing.  They don't need the drugs for evidence, just the money.

Is that ridiculous, or is it just me? I mean, it's pretty blatant right?

US: "Hey, we busted a drug deal and one of the guys, he says he's one of you?"
Canada: "Oh, yah, 'es one of us  'eh.  Sorry."  (obligatory Canadian apology)
US: "Okay, we'll send him back.  Good thing too, with the size of the haul, he would have been put away for a long time!"
Canada: "Oh? How much would that be?"
US: "Couple million in cash, like 30 pounds of coke."
Canada: "... yeah.. uh.. the cash, that's ours too, guy.  We can tell by how you described it, eh.  We're gonna need that back, buddy."
US: "No."
Canada: "Well that guy wasn't one of ours anyway. Sorry aboot that. But the money is ... for evidence! We really need it for, like, judge things, eh."
etc...
 
2013-02-12 11:38:33 AM  
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2013-02-12 11:43:07 AM  

abhorrent1: Hey Canada! Your police can't arbitrarily go into another country and arrest people, just FYI.



Yeah! This!

Stoopid Canadians!

The US, OTOH, can send cops, soldiers, spies, informants, assassins (whether human or drone) into any country we  damn well please to arrest, capture, torture, murder, assassinate (or any combination of the above) anyone in any country at any time.

'Cause we're AMERICA!


USA USA USA USA
 
2013-02-12 11:44:03 AM  
And I get to keep all the Blow because I'm important President of Canada, yeah, that's the ticket . . .
 
2013-02-12 11:56:40 AM  

Amos Quito: arrest, capture, torture, murder, assassinate (or any combination of the above)


At least they won't be folded, spindled, or mutilated.
 
2013-02-12 11:57:18 AM  
And that's how the story ends

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2013-02-12 12:03:32 PM  
Were they using a model train to smuggle it?
 
2013-02-12 12:30:25 PM  
Everyone knows that it's more important to protect your jurisdiction than to bust bad guys.
 
2013-02-12 12:35:02 PM  
Never, Forget.
 
2013-02-12 12:45:09 PM  
I don't understand how LA area cops can have time to mess with things like drugs and money when DORNAN MONSTER IS LOOSE!
 
2013-02-12 12:54:46 PM  
Run a under cover sting in someone else country without asking. Then act surprised when they get all pissy.
 
2013-02-12 01:47:17 PM  

quietwalker: Honestly, I'm not worried about the guy's status as an undercover agent or not.  The article has the Canadians both admitting that they had an undercover operation going in the US, and later state that this guy wasn't working for them.  Okay, I don't really care there, one way or another, that's just one guy, and a sketchy sounding guy at that.  Basically a police informant, not really an officer.

More interesting was the fact that Canada is asking for the $2.5 million that was confiscated in the raid.  For their not officially sanctioned guy for a secret/illegal police operation that was busted by California police.  It's not their money, mind you - like, they didn't try to trap the bad guys with a drug deal - it's just that they believe it's part of a cash trail for a case they're pursuing.  They don't need the drugs for evidence, just the money.

Is that ridiculous, or is it just me? I mean, it's pretty blatant right?

US: "Hey, we busted a drug deal and one of the guys, he says he's one of you?"
Canada: "Oh, yah, 'es one of us  'eh.  Sorry."  (obligatory Canadian apology)
US: "Okay, we'll send him back.  Good thing too, with the size of the haul, he would have been put away for a long time!"
Canada: "Oh? How much would that be?"
US: "Couple million in cash, like 30 pounds of coke."
Canada: "... yeah.. uh.. the cash, that's ours too, guy.  We can tell by how you described it, eh.  We're gonna need that back, buddy."
US: "No."
Canada: "Well that guy wasn't one of ours anyway. Sorry aboot that. But the money is ... for evidence! We really need it for, like, judge things, eh."
etc...


Which article were you reading?  They never said it was an operation being run south of the border nor did they ever admit that the guy was working for them.  The money is just linked to an ongoing investigation in Quebec, likely being traced to the buyer.  The money, would be essential evidence for prosecuting them in Canada.  The dude lied to the DEA and the DEA bought the lie like a bunch of tools.
 
2013-02-12 02:09:42 PM  
HA. What a bunch of farking morons.
 
2013-02-12 03:08:24 PM  

Amos Quito: I don't understand how LA area cops can have time to mess with things like drugs and money when DORNAN MONSTER IS LOOSE!


And lord knows that EMS is going to be too busy with gunshot wounds to deal with drug overdoses now that the LAPD is on the case.
 
2013-02-12 05:58:17 PM  
You just have to say the secret word ("tubalcain") and the cops will let you go free over just about anything.
 
2013-02-12 10:27:36 PM  

quietwalker: Honestly, I'm not worried about the guy's status as an undercover agent or not.  The article has the Canadians both admitting that they had an undercover operation going in the US, and later state that this guy wasn't working for them.  Okay, I don't really care there, one way or another, that's just one guy, and a sketchy sounding guy at that.  Basically a police informant, not really an officer.

More interesting was the fact that Canada is asking for the $2.5 million that was confiscated in the raid.  For their not officially sanctioned guy for a secret/illegal police operation that was busted by California police.  It's not their money, mind you - like, they didn't try to trap the bad guys with a drug deal - it's just that they believe it's part of a cash trail for a case they're pursuing.  They don't need the drugs for evidence, just the money.

Is that ridiculous, or is it just me? I mean, it's pretty blatant right?

US: "Hey, we busted a drug deal and one of the guys, he says he's one of you?"
Canada: "Oh, yah, 'es one of us  'eh.  Sorry."  (obligatory Canadian apology)
US: "Okay, we'll send him back.  Good thing too, with the size of the haul, he would have been put away for a long time!"
Canada: "Oh? How much would that be?"
US: "Couple million in cash, like 30 pounds of coke."
Canada: "... yeah.. uh.. the cash, that's ours too, guy.  We can tell by how you described it, eh.  We're gonna need that back, buddy."
US: "No."
Canada: "Well that guy wasn't one of ours anyway. Sorry aboot that. But the money is ... for evidence! We really need it for, like, judge things, eh."
etc...



Yeah, that seems to sum it up, ridiculously enough.
 
2013-02-13 03:09:29 AM  
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2013-02-13 06:47:50 AM  
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"Nah, I'm a cop too. You guys want to share some donuts?"
 
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