ice \'worth $1.26 billion\' hidden in gel bras, art supplies seized by police, justice minister says

by:INGOR SPORTSWEAR     2019-09-07
Seized more than $1 billion worth of ice from a batch of sticks
Australian Federal Police say that in gel bras and storage rooms filled with art supplies, it was the biggest seizure of liquid meth in Australian history.
Four people have been prosecuted for importing and manufacturing 720 liters.
The authorities found the drugs in a shipment from Asia to Australia and found the remaining drugs in Sydney\'s warehouse.
Ice is said to be hidden in a stick.
On \"water Magic\", push up bras, craft glue bottles and painting suits.
Federal Attorney General Michael Keenan said it was the largest seizure of liquid meth in Australian history.
\"This is also one of the largest drug seizures in our country,\" he said . \".
\"This led to 3.
We had 6 million ice taken away on our street and the street was worth $1. 26 billion.
\"We are here to commend the joint action that led to the largest seizure of liquid meth in Australian history.
\"Chris Sheehan, commander of the Australian Federal Police State Manager NSW, said the joint organized crime group operation began in last December when the Australian border forces inspected a container in Hong Kong.
\"It was found that the shipping container contained gel bra plug-in, and the liquid meth hidden inside the gel bra plug-in was 190 liters,\" he said . \".
Commander Sean said the investigation also produced another 530 liters of liquid meth in Sydney.
\"The drugs are hidden in the art supplies of five storage rooms in Sydney\'s suburbs of Miranda, Heartwell, pador and Kingsgrove,\" he said . \".
Commander Sheehan said that some people had been arrested for seizing drugs.
\"On January, a controlled operation was carried out in conjunction with organized criminal groups, and a 33-year-
He said: \"Hong Kong people.
\"He was charged with the initial seizure of drugs by border forces.
Three other Hong Kong citizensa 59-year-old man, a 37-year-
A 52-year-old manyear-old woman —
They were arrested and charged with drugs in storage facilities.
Keenan said such a large amount of drugs could lead to life imprisonment for offenders.
\"It\'s a devastating blow to organized criminal gangs that sell on ice, and it shows you that if you do target the Australian market, we have the ability and the resources to sue you, he said.
\"In this case, because of the large number of these drugs, the person concerned may be imprisoned for life.
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