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(Abc.net.au)   He is, without a doubt, the worst cargo ship captain and failed drug smuggler you've ever heard of. Mostly because now you've heard of him   (abc.net.au) divider line
    More: Fail, Illegal drug trade, Drug, Australian Federal Police, 51-year-old man, Smuggling, Heroin, Ship, WA's north-west  
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4307 clicks; posted to Main » on 24 May 2022 at 8:15 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2022-05-24 8:19:29 PM  
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2022-05-24 8:19:34 PM  
Should have used a kickball, net and bag of salt.( Maybe too obscure)
 
2022-05-24 8:20:37 PM  
It's nice of the smugglers to use evidence bags.  Saves the cops some time.
 
2022-05-24 8:22:42 PM  
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2022-05-24 8:23:46 PM  
He did deliver the product though
 
2022-05-24 8:26:05 PM  
That was baby formula, you assholes!
 
2022-05-24 8:42:57 PM  
"On May 14 the drugs, wrapped in plastic packaging, were dumped into the ocean about 28 kilometres off Port Hedland in WA's north-west, police said.
The packages were then retrieved by two men who had sailed out on a small boat
...
The captain has been charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug"


He might indeed be the worst, since international waters start at 24 nautical miles and 28km is just a tad over 15 nautical miles

Perhaps this was him confusing km with nm, or perhaps the Cops are lying about how far out the ship was when they dropped off the drugs
 
2022-05-24 8:44:42 PM  
Only 320 keys? Amateur.
 
2022-05-24 8:47:06 PM  

The Exit Stencilist: "On May 14 the drugs, wrapped in plastic packaging, were dumped into the ocean about 28 kilometres off Port Hedland in WA's north-west, police said.
The packages were then retrieved by two men who had sailed out on a small boat
...
The captain has been charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug"

He might indeed be the worst, since international waters start at 24 nautical miles and 28km is just a tad over 15 nautical miles

Perhaps this was him confusing km with nm, or perhaps the Cops are lying about how far out the ship was when they dropped off the drugs


You mean 12 miles, cause that's where international waters start?
 
2022-05-24 8:50:35 PM  
off WA coast

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2022-05-24 8:56:09 PM  
Ehh, my favorite bit is how bricks of El Toro labeled cocaine keep washing up on West Pacific islands. Someone either lost a load or were trying to send a barge with a tracker on the current. Makes me wonder what all they're finding in the garbage patch nets.
 
2022-05-24 8:57:26 PM  

Theeng: The Exit Stencilist: "On May 14 the drugs, wrapped in plastic packaging, were dumped into the ocean about 28 kilometres off Port Hedland in WA's north-west, police said.
The packages were then retrieved by two men who had sailed out on a small boat
...
The captain has been charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug"

He might indeed be the worst, since international waters start at 24 nautical miles and 28km is just a tad over 15 nautical miles

Perhaps this was him confusing km with nm, or perhaps the Cops are lying about how far out the ship was when they dropped off the drugs

You mean 12 miles, cause that's where international waters start?


12 nm is the limit to territorial waters
24 nm is the start of international waters
https://maintenanceandcure.com/maritime-blog/true-no-maritime-law-enforcement-laws-international-waters/
 
2022-05-24 9:16:11 PM  
I dunno subby...there's always this deadly catch:
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2022-05-24 9:18:05 PM  
Goodness, cocaine was fun when I was 20-25. It's the one thing I miss from that time 30 years ago.
 
2022-05-24 9:18:30 PM  

The Exit Stencilist: Theeng: The Exit Stencilist: "On May 14 the drugs, wrapped in plastic packaging, were dumped into the ocean about 28 kilometres off Port Hedland in WA's north-west, police said.
The packages were then retrieved by two men who had sailed out on a small boat
...
The captain has been charged with importing a commercial quantity of a border-controlled drug"

He might indeed be the worst, since international waters start at 24 nautical miles and 28km is just a tad over 15 nautical miles

Perhaps this was him confusing km with nm, or perhaps the Cops are lying about how far out the ship was when they dropped off the drugs

You mean 12 miles, cause that's where international waters start?

12 nm is the limit to territorial waters
24 nm is the start of international waters
https://maintenanceandcure.com/maritime-blog/true-no-maritime-law-enforcement-laws-international-waters/


Huh, so it is.  My knowledge of this sort of thing was more concerned with "don't cause an international incident by going into another nation's territorial waters.

My bad.
 
2022-05-24 9:20:23 PM  
Apart from that Greek/Ukrainian girlfriend...
 
2022-05-24 9:38:08 PM  

chrisco123: Goodness, cocaine was fun when I was 20-25. It's the one thing I miss from that time 30 years ago.


never say never
 
2022-05-24 9:45:52 PM  
Hazelwood is still around?
 
2022-05-24 9:48:33 PM  
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2022-05-24 10:13:31 PM  
But you have heard of him.
 
2022-05-24 11:54:32 PM  

King Something: Only 320 keys? Amateur.


It was all they had in the evidence locker that day. Weekend cop party and all.
 
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