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  • We're headed to a warehouse.

  • This one has a lot of European shipments,

  • South American shipments, a lot of source countries for us

  • for narcotics.

  • So we're gonna see what we can find over here.

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  • Albert, take a look at this.

  • Ecuador.

  • What is that?

  • I don't know.

  • Let's find out.

  • It's, like, blankets.

  • Ecuador is a big transit point now for dope

  • coming out from South America.

  • Heroin, cocaine, we used to get stuff in the embroidery

  • of this, inside the lining.

  • A lot of times, what they try to do is nickel and dime.

  • So they'll put little baggies of coke

  • inside of little handicrafts.

  • You always got to check.

  • You gotta cut it open.

  • This one is what it is.

  • OFFICER RAMIREZ: All right, I've seen enough.

  • Yeah.

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  • Coming from Mexico.

  • Yeah.

  • It's all food and breads.

  • OFFICER TWAROWSKI: In here, you got peanuts.

  • Tamales.

  • Looks like a lot of shipments coming from Mexico.

  • Mexico, a big source country.

  • Cocaine, heroin, fentanyl, every--

  • Meth.

  • --you know, meth, everything.

  • So what they like to do is they like to conceal it

  • inside the food a lot of times.

  • They think it's going to fool the x-rays.

  • Or they think it's going to fool us, you know.

  • We're not going to take a look at it.

  • But we take a look at everything.

  • You know, we have to.

  • Those are Chilean apples.

  • Those are bigger.

  • So it's a different fruit.

  • OFFICER RAMIREZ: Nothing.

  • Not as sticky.

  • ASSISTANT PORT DIRECTOR GALANTINO:

  • It's funny that those were a different color.

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  • There's another one.

  • Now, we're separating the actual contraband

  • itself from the fruit.

  • I wish they'd chosen something that was less syrupy.

  • They think we're not going to get our hands dirty.

  • So what do you got there? OFFICER TWAROWSKI: Five, seven.

  • ASSISTANT PORT DIRECTOR GALANTINO: This one has--

  • yep, seven.

  • What we do now, we're going to use our Gemini

  • machine to just confirm.

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  • There you go.

  • It's cocaine hydrochloride.

  • OFFICER RAMIREZ: Get a weight on this.

  • OFFICER TWAROWSKI: All right.

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  • 0.391 kilograms.

  • ASSISTANT PORT DIRECTOR GALANTINO: I mean, they were

  • not greedy, not greedy at all.

  • OFFICER RAMIREZ: Not at all.

  • And we have to dig through all this food to get a small load.

  • And this, we've been seeing more and more,

  • the smaller amounts.

  • I think they're testing out different concealments

  • and seeing what they can get through.

  • They don't want to lose a big shipment.

  • Now, we're going to notify HSI.

  • And they're ultimately going to take possession

  • of the narcotics themselves.

  • And they may do a controlled delivery to find

  • out who this was going to.

  • OFFICER TWAROWSKI: Right.

  • And then perhaps develop a case from this.

  • At the end of the day, it's about disbanding these drug

  • trafficking organizations.

  • This shipment here, this is just one of those 300 or 400

  • that come in multiple times a day.

  • See what else they got.

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    林宜悉 posted on 2021/02/13
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