INTERPOL: Organized crime networks behind ivory and rhino horn trafficking targeted in East Africa

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Hugh Paxton’s Blog applauds this latest INTERPOL bust. The Chinese imbecile who cooked up the garlic ploy to defeat sniffer dogs clearly needs his head examining. The dogs might have missed it. X ray machines have no sense of smell. This whole affair has the dismal horror of repetition. More murder, criminal networks, horn for Asia, blood for Africa, complex schemes, I guess the ingenious schemes are still working…why are these socially/culturally/ecological disruptive bastards doing it? It’s greed and piracy. And consumer demand.

Jacky Chang’s solution was to use Kung Foo. I love his movies!

My solution would be as illegal as the criminals running these trade routes. So I won’t tell you about it!

We must rely on morality, the law, and NGOs and INTERPOL and a sense of right and wrong.

Read on. Rejoice. And despair. That’s a lot of rhino horn! My beloved wife will today be releasing a UNDP blog. It includes a cartoon depicting a rhino on the brink of extinction complaining about being used as an aphrodisiac by a species numbering in excess of seven billion!

Cheers from Bangkok!

Hugh

From: Environmental Crime [mailto:environmentalcrime@interpol.int]
Sent: Wednesday, May 04, 2016 10:14 PM
Subject: Organized crime networks behind ivory and rhino horn trafficking targeted in East Africa [For official use]

Please find below the latest Press Release issued by INTERPOL regarding investigations into organized crime networks behind ivory and rhino horn trafficking.

Please also find here the link to the Press Release.

Best regards,

Environmental Security

INTERPOL General Secretariat
200 Quai Charles de Gaulle

69006 Lyon, France

environmentalcrime

www.interpol.int/crime-areas/environmental-crime/

Twitter @INTERPOL_EC

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