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Especially in light of the importance that government has placed on domestic security in recent weeks.
Police officers allegedly found approximately 2 kilograms of cocaine in her luggage.
If it sounds familiar its because it is.
Roman Quaedvlieg has left active duties amid an external investigation.
Authorities have charged 13 people with drugs and firearms crimes.
A microgram of the dangerous drug, used to tranquilise elephants, can kill almost instantly.
It's a truism that, regardless of your position on the issue, writing about racial profiling and law enforcement is controversial. One colleague recently went so far as to describe it to me as career suicide. But it's the very fact that racial profiling is an emotional topic which drives the need for more informed public debate and dialogue on its application in border security.