Friday, 24 July 2015

Alleged Female Solicitor of the DPP office charged with possession of Cocaine

Police charge woman over alleged drug possession - Potts Point

Friday, 24 July 2015 09:45:26 AM
Police have charged a woman after she was allegedly found in possession of prohibited drugs earlier this month.
Around 9pm on Friday 10 July 2015, police stopped a 33-year-old woman on Macleay Street at Potts Point.
The woman – now a former solicitor attached to the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) - was allegedly found in possession of approximately 0.5 grams of cocaine.
The woman was issued a field court attendance notice for the offence of possess prohibited drug and is due to appear before Downing Centre Local Court on Monday 17 August 2015.

Monday, 13 July 2015

Federal Law enforcement agencies learning to hide the evidence

All federal law enforcement agencies are teaching their agents how to fabricate evidence and commit perjury under oath if necessary in order to protect and conceal the illegal sources of their investigations.

Federal agencies teaching agents how to fabricate evidence and commit perjury under oath in order to conceal illegal sources of investigations, otherwise known as 'parallel construction.'
WWW.INFOWARS.COM

Florida Cops Laundered Millions for drug cartels

The undercover unit laundered over $70 million for drug cartels—more than twice as much as what was actually taken off the streets.
FORBES.COM|BY NICK SIBILLA

Saturday, 11 July 2015

Monday, 6 July 2015

Mafia allegedly paid judges $2.2m for lighter sentences


‪#‎EXCLUSIVE‬: Mafia figures paid judges $2.2 million dollars to get lighter jail sentences, tried to buy guns and ammunition off the Australian Defence Force, and even influence the price of seafood at the Sydney Fish Markets, a top-secret police report alleges.
An Australian Mafia boss allegedly paid $2.2 million in bribes to NSW judges to get lighter jail sentences,  top-secret police intelligence reports reveal.
SMH.COM.AU

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Handle Cannabis is enough to make you fail a drug test.

ROADSIDE DRUG TESTING DEBUNKING
A recently published study from the University of Freiburg in Germany has found that rolling a joint is enough to fail a drug test. Even indirect contact with cannabis can give you a false positive, with big implications for legal cases that revolve around a drug test as evidence.
Researchers chose 10 lucky participants to roll one joint on five consecutive days, and urine tested them to make sure they didn’t smoke before or during the study. By the fifth day, and the fifth joint, most of the participants had detectable levels of THC and THCA in their hair. Even four weeks after their first exposure hair tests still showed both THCA and decarboxylated THC.
Those who have had to submit to drug tests know all too well about THC’s habit of lingering in the body for long periods of time. This study proves you don’t even need to get high to show up positive; the act of breaking up bud exposes your skin to enough THC to show up on a drug test.
A recently published study from the University of Freiburg in Germany has found that rolling a joint is enough to fail a drug test. Even indirect contact with cannabis can give you a false positive, with big...
HIGHTIMES.COM