Friday, 15 May 2015

2013-2014 Drug arrests

When we look at the Cannabis it is grown in Australia, the MAJOR SUPPLIER into Sydney has not been hit?  You tell me why?  

We have to look at some of the Cannabis busts have been for a few plants.  Yet this is a Medical herb for the sick and should be legalised because the major problem is the drug ice epidemic we have on the streets of Sydney and further.

Yet this gang that feeds the alleged drug ice is also importing guns for protection.  Protection from who?  Rat eat rat is the game they play.

The illicit drug report pulls together data from state and territory police units, as well as the Australian federal police (AFP) and the Customs and Border Protection Service. It finds authorities made more than 110,000 drug arrests in the 2013-14 financial year and seized a record 27 tonnes of illicit substances.
“Alarmingly, that is one arrest every five minutes and one seizure every six minutes,” Justice Minister Michael Keenan said. “There is no doubt that we are disrupting more criminals and detecting more illicit drugs than ever before but the illicit drug market still remains the principal source of profits for organised crime in Australia and continues to be a key focus for all of our law enforcement agencies.” The report, now in its 12th year, finds there were:
*Nearly 67,000 arrests for cannabis / over 7,000 kg seized
*More than 26,000 arrests for amphetamine-type stimulants / nearly 4,100 kg seized
*Nearly 2,800 arrests for heroin / 158 kg seized; and
*Over 1,450 arrests for cocaine / 317 kg seized.
Dawson noted a “market shift” in the demand for heroin, noting it is “not as high as it has been in previous years”.

Authorities made more than 110,000 drug arrests in the 2013-14 financial year, and seized 27 tonnes of illicit substances

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