US Cocaine in corn flakes in Cincinnati: Customs agents in Cincinnati seized 44 pounds of corn flakes covered in cocaine instead of sugar
Myanmar’s military has a history of using deceptive tactics against protesters. Now it has social media, too.
Military agents may be infiltrating online groups to sow distrust. On Monday, the Tatmadaw banned gatherings of more than five people, but collective acts of civil disobedience and street protests continue to gather momentum across the country with support from millions of Myanmar’s people online, likely leading to further repression by the Tatmadaw.
US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) seized a shipment of cereal from South America that was covered in cocaine instead of sugar.
CBP officers in Cincinnati, Ohio, intercepted the package on February 13 containing about 44 pounds of cocaine-coated corn flakes, according
While working on incoming freight from Peru, a CPD narcotic detector dog named Bico flagged the cereal shipment going to a private residence in Hong Kong. Upon further inspection, officers found and tested white powder on the cereal that was positive for cocaine.
Mexican Pastor Accuses U.S. Border Patrol of Negligence After Migrants Injured By Climbing Trump's Wall
Migrants who fell trying to climb the 30-foot wall at the U.S.-Mexico border said agents refused to provide medical aid on American soil.Past Rosalio Sosa, who runs a network of migrant shelters known as Red de Albergues Para Migrantes (RAM), called it a "new low. It's called negligence.
"The men and women at the Port of Cincinnati are committed to stopping the flow of dangerous drugs, and they continue to use their training, intuition, and strategic skills to prevent these kinds of illegitimate shipments from reaching the public," Cincinnati Port Director Richard Gillespie said.
On a typical day in fiscal year 2020, CBP said it seized 3,677 pounds of drugs at ports of entry across the nation.
Drug traffickers have long used creative methods to try to ship cocaine.
In July, for example,discovered cocaine stuffed inside individually hollowed-out coffee beans, after opening a parcel addressed to a fictional Mafia boss from a Hollywood movie.
Increasing number of unaccompanied children arriving at southern border setting off alarm bells for feds .
The growing number of migrant children arriving alone at the US-Mexico border is raising alarm among officials scrambling to find enough space to shelter kids until they're relocated with parents or relatives in the United States. © Mario Tama/Getty Images An aerial view of a U.S. Border Patrol vehicle positioned next to the U.S.-Mexico border barrier on June 28, 2019 in Sunland Park, New Mexico.