"I was duped into drug smuggling." : another thick Kiwi.

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"I was duped into drug smuggling." : another thick Kiwi.

Post by Anchor Moy » Sat Jun 06, 2015 11:59 pm

The story of the Kiwi and the Nigerian.
Another Kiwi with a low IQ, but I think we can laugh at this one, since he was acquitted. :plus1:
It starts off like this:
In the late 1990s, Mr Miranda received the first of many emails that said a relative in Africa had left him $2 million. Born in India, he wasn't sure if he had any family there but responded anyway. For the inheritance to be released, he was asked to send between $100 and $200, which he did.
How it unfolded

• Over a period of 13 years, Trevor Miranda gave $100,000 to various email requests for financial help from African nations.

• One man in regular contact was Daniel Tucker, who purported to work for the United Nations in Nigeria.

• He told Mr Miranda there was US$8.5 million in Papua New Guinea to repay him. The balance could be spent on building an orphanage in New Zealand.

• Tucker gave him $972 for a return flight from Auckland to Port Moresby in November 2013.

• On arrival, Mr Miranda was put up in a hotel, given money for his expenses and a laptop. But he was told the money was now in New Zealand.

• Tucker convinced him to carry two pieces of luggage back to New Zealand. Hidden inside was 1.5kg of methamphetamine.

• Mr Miranda declared these bags at Auckland International Airport and the drugs were discovered. He co-operated with Customs and the police to track down those who had used him.

• He was charged with importing a Class A drug and possession for supply, which carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

• He was acquitted on both counts after an 11-week trial.
Full story here. Amazing that he is capable of feeding himself without assistance. :fool:
http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/artic ... d=11445574" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: "I was duped into drug smuggling." : another thick Kiwi.

Post by StroppyChops » Sun Jun 07, 2015 1:39 am

That took 11 weeks? Hang the lawyers, the greedy bastards.
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Re: "I was duped into drug smuggling." : another thick Kiwi.

Post by vladimir » Sun Jun 07, 2015 7:59 am

StroppyChops wrote:That took 11 weeks? Hang the lawyers, the greedy bastards.
Mods! He is denigrating a profession I respect and admire!

Ban him!
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