posted on May, 20 2011 @ 05:36 PM
reply to post by Marked One
Uhm, money, not drugs there sport... And if a mule is carrying the money and gets stopped, they can run the gambit of claiming it. Over a certain
dollar amount can trigger a preliminary investigation into where the cash came from and if its been used or being used in drug transactions.
And yes, I have personally witnessed people who had a large quantity of cash in their vehicle, and they have maintained they have no idea where the
money had come from. I have watched these people turn the cash over and not claim it.
As well as they were holding it for a friend, of which they dont know their freinds name, where he lives etc. Or they are deliviering the money to a
friends family with medical issues, yet cant name the family, where they live, who the patient is etc.
There are other clues present that I wont go into detail on that tips us off to something amiss. One of the key issues being left out though is the
fact the articles and videos deal with Tractor Trailers.
Police do not need reasonable suspicon or probable cause to stop a semi because of it being flagged as interstate commerce and subject to different
regulations. There are semi shipments (usually food) that are sealed in the trailer. Law Enforcement can break those seals, and we have seals we
replace it with that denotes a legitimate inspection of the trailer.
So yes, it is possible for a truck driver to have a sealed trailer, get stopped, have the trailer searched, Police disocver 2 million in cash, and the
driver know nothing about it being present. Since it wont be listed on his cargo / manifest list, and because the trailer is sealed prior to his
pickup, yes its possible they dont know its present. Since they dont know about it, and its not listed on their cargo / manifest, the money can be