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Breaking: Massive drug tunnel with rail system discovered at San Diego border

Gotta love the creativity, 24 tons is a lot of hits.

Guess they were ready for for the legal pakalolo prop to fail.

Los Angeles Times | Nov. 3, 2010 | 2:06 p.m.


Massive drug tunnel with rail system discovered at San Diego border


A major drug tunnel has been discovered under the San Diego-Tijuana border, a roughly 1,800-foot passageway that came up in a warehouse in Otay Mesa, where U.S. authorities seized more than 20 tons of marijuana, according to U.S. and Mexican officials.


In Mexico, army troops raided a warehouse in an industrial area that concealed the tunnel entrance and seized four more tons of dope.


The back-to-back raids occurred Monday night and Tuesday morning in a light industrial area with a long history of tunnel activity.


More at http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/11/massive-drug-tunnel-with-rail-system-discovered-at-san-diego-border-with-4-tons-of-marijuana.html.


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