Dogs and the english channel?
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July 9, 2013 at 10:50 pm #680131
I mean, how likely are they to be there? waiting?
Is it more likely on the ferry or the tunnel?
Not that i would EVER do anything like that[PVR][/PVR]
Peace!July 9, 2013 at 11:07 pm #806032p0lyParticipant
Course ya would!! Depends what you’re taking and what they’re sniffing and how much, plus where you’re going. so many damn factors
I remember you dude you’re the one who wanted to try heroin and got in a massive argument with some forum members for ages about it!
how you been dude?July 9, 2013 at 11:12 pm #806034
Haha hey man! yeah i have a vague memory of that, might go back find that. Laugh at my younger self!
Its been a while! I’m good thanks how are you? Still alive? haha
Bit nostalgic being back here i must say! ’twas a cool community!
I was thinking what if someone brought at ounce of MDMA or so, when i’ve crossed the channel before it seemed like there was hardly even a search, i guess its just all about getting lucky, would be awesome to know when the best time would be but who knows, don’t think i have the balls anywayJuly 9, 2013 at 11:16 pm #806033p0lyParticipant
Sounds like you don’t know what you’re doing dude! correct my if i’m wrong but your plan sounds very nooby!!
I’m great thanks, still alive, JUST 😀July 9, 2013 at 11:24 pm #806035
I own up, 100% noob!
Please teach, sense!July 9, 2013 at 11:59 pm #806026Anonymous
An ounce of mandy will get you in big trouble (plus you lose the mandy) Its one of those mainstream drugs that sniffer dogs can detect (unlike 2c’s or something)
I came across a sniffer dog at the (only) exit at a really quite town trainstation before. My two mates hade 2grams on mdma in their bra and as we saw we had to pass the dog I nearly shit my pants. The dog got excited as we passed but nothing became of it. After that I swore id be very carefull carrying drugs in public. You just never know do you?July 10, 2013 at 4:20 am #806027Anonymous
If I was you I’d just SWIM the whole way. 😉July 10, 2013 at 4:20 am #806028Anonymous
@p0lski 551410 wrote:
Course ya would!! Depends what you’re taking and what they’re sniffing
dam druggie sniffer dogs. 😛July 10, 2013 at 9:45 am #806029
if crossing the Channel or North sea you will end up in a high profile check area and though you might get away once the next time there is a very strong chance you will be pulled aside.
as an example I was reading the North Norfolk Amateur Radio Club mag – one of the OM’s (old man, a male radio operator is always called that whether he is 21 or 100) who was well into his 70s decided to get a cheap package holiday to a hotel at ES on the outskirts of the Balearics (for the geographically challenged, this is near enough Ibiza).
He certainly wasn’t planning on clubbing or anything like that, and knew his missus would most probably walk along the beach once and then want to sit in the airconditioned hotel room against the heat. But in the medditeranean areas there is much tropo and sporadic E (not the drug, but weather/scientific stuff that makes radio signals go further). So he could pack his compact Japanese hand held two way radio, a few batteries and an improvised variable length antenna for most of VHF frequencies. and unlike doing the same in Kings Lynn he would not need anorak, but probably a loud hawaiian shirt and other typical fashions of the Englishman on holiday.
He had a great deal of fun talking to all manner of countries (as far away as Asia on VHF which really is a big achievement) and his wife enjoyed the holiday, but as soon as they got back to Blighty they got to airport control, and Border Force said “would you two mind stepping aside please”. the old couple had all their luggage searched through, the Ofcom man was summoned to check his radio equipment alongside UKBF, particularly that all the spare batteries were batteries and not stuffed with pills instead, and that the set hadn’t been reprogrammed to marine VHF as well as 2M (which is easy enough to do to on a Japanese / Chinese multibander as in their countries they allow folk to use them for emergency comms because of earthquakes etc)
This might seem harsh to do to these old people but they are still in the profile as dealers as there are folk all across Europe up to age 80 who don’t look like your average sort of dealer being caught bringing in stuff – and if society will judge a harmless old couple like that, what do you think they feel about the 20 somethings?July 10, 2013 at 2:25 pm #806036
it’l probably be best to split the ounce into gram bags, then at least if you get caught you can say it’s not all for youJuly 10, 2013 at 2:34 pm #806030
@know_hope 551464 wrote:
it’l probably be best to split the ounce into gram bags, then at least if you get caught you can say it’s not all for you
surely the other way round is better (at least in UK?) you could play the “addict/problematic user” card or that you are stockpiling for personal use but a divided bulk amount would push the evidence body to intent to supply. Even so there would be a very good chance of a 5 year sentence (though only normally 2.5 years served) which is boring way to spend a chunk of your youth and a hassle in later life.July 10, 2013 at 2:44 pm #806037
i think customs are sympathetic of the ‘sharing is caring’ mentality…July 10, 2013 at 3:04 pm #806031
TBH that amount going across borders no matter how it was packaged is going to result with a importing/intent to supply charge at least at the start from UK Border Force (who would be the intial agency dealing with this, they have taken over this function from HMRC, their 45m cutter is regularly around the waterfront here)
a laywer might be able to bargain it down to posession but there would still be a very strong chance of serving prison time (it could be the difference between 5 years and 18 months though). A very lucky young person with no major criminal record might get a suspended sentence but with the current govt they’d have to be very lucky / have good family connections / laywer etc.
Without going into too much detail I’m relating experiences that have directly happened to people I know, bear in mind I live in a coastal area where there are a lot of folk who don’t have regular jobs and do have the balls to try and bring stuff in, and many of them get into a pickle doing so.July 10, 2013 at 3:21 pm #806038Pat McDonaldParticipant
I have a BRILLIANT solution…
… simply tie a plastic bag around the dog’s head, impermeable to drug molecules being passed into the air, and everybody should be able to walk past without anything being detected.
What do you think?July 11, 2013 at 11:49 am #806039Pat McDonaldParticipant
Of course, leave the bag on too long and the dog dies. Perhaps wrapping the stash would be a more human solution?
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