posted on Jan, 6 2005 @ 02:03 AM
That's the style yeah, but you can also get that type of bag for packing water. I'm curious though, as to the printing on the bags. It could be
something generic like an old saline bag, or it could have been stamped for the benefit of the receiver, a code or a symbol might be telling as to the
bags owners. My curiosity arose because it looks like they wrote the number 3 on the bag in the front left foreground with red marker, but since it
was turned on its side, I initially perceived it as an M. There looks to be small white print up and down the front of the bags, although some of
that could be wrinkles in the plastic or some such thing. I'd just like to take a closer look.
But anyway, I may just come back and grab the photo and do it myself whenever I get back on my machine.
On a seperate note, this reminds me of those guys who smuggled heroin in boa constrictors. Some people will do anything to fuel the illegal drug
market. Not that you can really blame them, we bring capitalism and democracy to other countries, and get upset when individuals try to make money by
any means to survive. Simple logic goes that if you must have money to survive, you must do everything in your power to get at least enough money to
survive. This breeds all kinds of sickness, violence, and terror. I would argue this fact alone could be used to label the Hijacked American
Government a terrorist organization, there's sufficient evidence for trial going back at least to JFK.
I digress, but I think in all fairness, the idea of transporting narcotics in animals is an evolution in thinking on the part of the smugglers. It
might indicate they are using fewer human mules, and perhaps endangering fewer couriers. That's a silver lining, sort of. Of course that's
probably not the case. This probably indicates that the rise in animal smuggling is just a way to get around any increased governmental pressure, and
that just as many human mules are attempting delivery. The whole problem would be non-existent if powerful governments would adopt responsible
legislation, and stop getting rid of their records so that they could be held accountable when they leave ofice.