Saturday, May 23, 2009
Court Hears How Smugglers Eluded Searches At Trudeau
From The Montreal Gazette:
Evidence presented Friday in the trial of a former customs agent accused of helping drug traffickers smuggle cocaine into Canada touched on an important second step she allegedly took to help their couriers avoid being searched at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport.
Wiretap evidence presented earlier in the trial indicated that in 2005, Nancy Cedeno supplied customs declaration forms, with her Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) stamp on them, to Omar Riahi, 33, a St. Leonard resident who worked as a customs agent from Sept. 2003 to March 2004.
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