Legal Papers, Soaked In Pot, Smuggled Into Prison

By on June 8, 2018

June 8, 2018

Legal packets, using fake logos but appropriating names of real defense attorneys, were among the ways an entrepreneurial ex-con managed to smuggle synthetic pot into federal prisons. The documents, according to prosecutors, were soaked with the cannabinoid Adb-Fubinaca. The brains behind the enterprise was a 46-year-old man who had done 22 years in prison for pistol-whipping a federal judge, among other charges, and was released in 2016. In addition to using legal papers, he is also said to have similarly utilized funeral notices and obituaries, purported to be about relatives of the inmate receiving the mail and to have come from “Christ Fellowship Church, Miami, Florida.” An accomplice, who is cooperating with authorities, is said to have been in charge of taking payments and laundering the money, through the duo’s company Pink Broom Cleaning Services.

Read the full article at:

The Miami Herald

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*