Friday, May 12th, 2017


Are British Troops Really Drug Smugglers?

Recently, British troops in Afghanistan have been accused of trafficking heroin using military aircraft. With 90% of the world’s opium – which is used to make heroin – coming from Afghanistan, it is not hard to imagine that the claims could have merit. Certainly there is money to be made by smuggling drugs, and with military security focused more on protecting troops than enforcing drug laws, it is believable that some troops could take advantage of that fact. Of course, the accusations could be being made by a party withRead More