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  1. The reason was that they counted the initial number of packets (about 1,000) and multiplied by the standard weight of the packets (about 20 kilos). Turns out that the packets weighed significantly less than standard (only about 11-14 kilos each).

    As you said, still a lot of blow. The altered weight also tells us something about the traffickers adjusting their methods.

    Comment by boz — Wednesday, May 2, 2007 @ 6:46 am

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