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originally posted by: crazyewok
a reply to: mazzroth
He was caught with ICE and your wondering how his money magically appeared fron nowhere?
originally posted by: SlowNail
a reply to: NateTheAnimator
Crystal meth is cheap though. $1000 a gram?
Outside court, Harrison said he told Mr Handly he had $1.2 million in property, not billion. "My lawyer was delusional, I told him not to say it, duty solicitor not very good," he said. I'm giving it away, I don't want it, look what it does, horrible. Phillip Harrison "I just have to have a bit of a think about what the hell's gone on here. A lot of wrong has been done here, that's for sure." Harrison claimed he was a billionaire. "I didn't lie about that. It's $1.2 million in land, the rest in shares, ASX. I own the ASX 200, I'm in control of it," he said. When asked if he had $596 million in his bank account, Harrison said he was not sure. "It's the banks that do all the adding up, I don't really know," he said. Harrison claimed the money came from profitable shares and from overseas sources, and that is wealth had nothing to do with drugs. "How would I make billions in drugs without being caught? My investments, my ideas in cars, apps, trade, I sold them overseas, have been for years," he said. The magistrate ordered Harrison to surrender his passport. He is due back in court on April 18.
originally posted by: NateTheAnimator
a reply to: SlowNail
That's what I find hard to believe about this story.
There is no way a recreational drug user is carrying around $12,000 worth of meth in their car regardless of the purity. This guy was more than likely planning on selling a portion of it.
To whom? Your guess is as good as anyone's at this point.
originally posted by: mazzroth
Who can come up with the most accurate explanation ?
I guessing he is a drug baron or is being used by a drug baron to launder money.