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April 26, 2015

WE *KNEW* THEY WERE INVOLVED

Police Arrest Three After Finding Meth, Heroin And Squirrel

(Thanks to Ralph)

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"DNR added the charges of possession of ginseng out of season and possession of a wild animal without a license."

I understand the "possession of a wild animal without a license" charge, but how do you possess a tea bag out of season??

Well, we all know who the brains of this operation was, then, don't we?

Wild and wild-simulated American ginseng roots can only be legally exported if they were harvested from plants that are 5 years of age or older and were legally harvested during the designated State harvest season. Of the 19 States approved by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS), 18 States require wild ginseng plants to have 3 leaves (each leaf is comprised of 3-5 leaflets), which ensure that plants are at least 5 years old, and one State (Illinois) requires wild ginseng plants to have 4 leaves and to be 10 years old. Roots of artificially propagated American ginseng can be exported at any age.

Making ginseng contraband is un-American.

We all know how well that works.

There must be tax-motives in this....but still stupid.

But meth and herion are health dangers.

Squirrels too. In fact, maybe the worst....

The story made perfect sense up to the reported squirrel running around the house eating out of a cat food bag. You just have to wonder if the squirrel was denying food to these people while it masterminded the drug sales operations.

Damn Mexican Squirrel Cartel.

Well, I know how to take Heroin and meth, but how do you do squirrel? Do you inject it, pop it, drink it, snort it, huff it or what?

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