Thursday, November 22, 2012

QANTAS baggage handlers plant cocaine in an innocent passengers bag

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Ray Cooper, former head of operations for the AFP's internal investigations, told the Nine Network it was well known by the AFP that unwitting passengers were being used as `mules' to shift drugs between Australian domestic airports.

Qantas handlers 'paid $300k' by smugglers May 11, 2005 - 3:33PM

Qantas baggage handlers were paid $300,000 to smuggle a briefcase of cocaine through Sydney airport, a court was told today.