“Trafficking for personal use” – Biggest drug bust in the history of law enforcement

“Trafficking for personal use” – Biggest drug bust in the history of law enforcement

20 February, 2015. 11:00

CLANCY OVERELL | Editor | Contact

AN ICONIC QUEENSLAND FOOTBALLER has been charged with supplying cocaine and accused of being part of a cocaine trafficking “syndicate” operating in Queensland.

“The CCC will allege the three men and one woman arranged for the supply of cocaine for personal use or to on-supply cocaine to friends and colleagues between June and December 2014.”

Karmichael Hunt, one of the greatest sporting talents to be produced in Queensland. A perfect scapegoat for bored narcotics investigators.
Karmichael Hunt, one of the greatest sporting talents to be produced in Queensland. A perfect scapegoat for bored narcotics investigators.

It is believed that one of the most recognised sporting talents to ever be produced in Australia is in the cross-hair of an extremely bored police force.

Cocaine, a “recreational drug” – popular amongst lawyers, investment bankers, real estate agents, construction managers, bouncers, entrepreneurs, actors, musicians, politicians, models, labourers, journalists, artists, footballers, hospitality staff, stay-at-home mothers, businessmen, nightclub owners, factory workers, undercover cops, Geoff Huegill and the children of rich people – has been a growing industry on the Gold Coast for many years now.

One cocaine enthusiast has spoken out about the bust.

“I don’t see the point in dragging the name of a tri-code football superstar through the mud,”

“What about me? I am an investment banker… my industry is riddled with coke-feinds – it’s just that none of us are famous enough. A big name makes these cops feel like Elliot Ness” says the man who requested to not be identified.

“We all know who he is. Most of these cops were in high school when he was playing for Queensland. How the fuck can they justify naming him before he even gets to handcuffed?,”

Popular amongst lawyers, investment bankers, real estate agents, construction managers, bouncers, entrepreneurs, actors, musicians, politicians, models, labourers, artists, footballers, hospitality staff, stay-at-home mothers, businessmen, nightclub owners, factory workers, undercover cops, Geoff Huegill and the children of rich people - many people who use cocaine believe that "it rules"
Popular amongst lawyers, investment bankers, real estate agents, construction managers, bouncers, entrepreneurs, actors, musicians, politicians, models, labourers, artists, footballers, hospitality staff, stay-at-home mothers, businessmen, journalists, nightclub owners, factory workers, undercover cops, Geoff Huegill and the children of rich people – many people who use cocaine believe that “it rules”

Cocaine – popular amongst lawyers, investment bankers, real estate agents, construction managers, bouncers, entrepreneurs, actors, musicians, politicians, models, labourers, artists, footballers, hospitality staff, stay-at-home mothers, businessmen, nightclub owners, factory workers, undercover cops, Geoff Huegill and the children of rich people – has been a growing industry on the Gold Coast for some time now.

“He’s not even going to court until March. They’ve made this sound like he’s Tony f**king Montana. Realistically, he could have just met the wrong bloke on the wrong night and ended up with the wrong thing in his pocket”

“It’s not like he pissed in his own mouth”

It is believed that the Queensland Police have been extremely bored since the Newman government decided on outlawing motorcycle clubs on the Gold Coast.

A spokesperson for the local bikie club, The Rancid Ninjas, has also given comment.

“Jesus Christ, I knew it wouldn’t stop with us. First they ban us mob, tell us what we can and can’t wear – and tell us what we can and can’t do to earn a crust,”

“Now they are picking on big name footy stars. Who gives a fuck what this bloke and his mates get up to when they are out and about?”

 

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