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    Cops claim that mice ate half a ton of missing marijuana

    Eight police officers in Argentina who were fired were so desperate that they put the blame on mice and claimed the rodents ate half a ton of marijuana that had gone missing.
    13,000 Pounds of Cannabis Left in Warehouse

    The cannabis was noticed to be missing when police made an inspection of the warehouse in which it was stored in Pilar in Argentina. Javier Specia, the former police commissioner, had left 13,000 pounds of cannabis unsigned when stepping down from his post one year ago. The successor to him conducted a search with officers and found that half a ton of the substance was missing.

    Internal Affairs Were Called In After Shortfall Was Discovered

    The cannabis had been stored 60km from Buenos Aires for more than two years. 6,000kg was initially stored and registered but upon inspection only 5, 460kg was found remaining in the warehouse. Upon noticing the huge shortfall commissioner, Emilio Portero notified the internal affairs department, and they made an inspection of the warehouse.

    Specia and three police officers were called before Judge Adrian Gonzalez Charvay, and all three men gave the same explanation for the missing cannabis, the mice had eaten it. Now the four police officers will be called before the judge to testify on May 4. The job of the judge will be to find out if the missing cannabis is the result of negligence by the police. Specia is also looking at facing an internal police investigation as he has failed to present his 2017 sworn income statement.

    The case suggests that both the eight police officers and commissioner took the missing cannabis and had lived off the profits after selling it on the streets. On the other hand, there are many dazed and confused mice living on the streets of Buenos Aires.
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    This kind of article is bull$#@! . I want to know what the cops bought with the stolen funds . Eight guys split proceeds from 1,188 lbs of weed . That is a lot of Pesos . A peso is worth about .03 cents american.
    Last edited by oyarde; 01-10-2019 at 04:18 PM.
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    not a believable story. mice only eat the seeds.

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