The announcement of George Osbourne’s Autumn Statement will all be forgotten about in a few days time when the sceptre of the Eurozone’s imminent collapse comes looming into focus. Maybe that seems a little far fetched, but have a read of this article by Mike Adams, and see what you think then.
Who runs the Cannabis Factories?
We are all familiar with the media lies that the poor Vietnamese that are caught tending the cannabis plants are the pawns in the game. The media, and police, would have you believe that it is British gangmasters behind the cannabis farms, however, a story reported in the Chronicle and Echo today potentially blows that myth out of the water. An alleged drugs gang from Northampton was caught after a car rental manager saw two men going into a derelict industrial unit 200 miles from their homes. Police found a custom-built cannabis farm hidden inside a warehouse in Exeter and later arrested three Vietnamese men as they drove north with more than two kilograms of cannabis and £18,000 cash, it was said. Sophisticated hydroponic growing equipment had been moved into the warehouse after businessman Omer al-Rawe was said to have borrowed the keys from an agent to view property. He was later found with a fan identical to those used in the cannabis farm in the loft of his Exeter home, a jury heard yesterday. More kit was found at the home in Northampton where one of the Vietnamese men lived, Exeter Crown Court was told. Al-Rawe, aged 31, of Brownlees, Exminster, Lenh Nguyen, aged 47, of Great Gull Close, Northampton, Van Pham, aged 48, and Chung Tran, aged 18, both of Norman Road, Northampton, all deny conspiracy to supply cannabis. Lights, timers, fans and heaters were all working and 328 plants were growing in hydroponic units. There was even an instruction manual in Vietnamese, allegedly with Tran’s fingerprints on it. Al-Rawe said he did not know any of the gang, Nguyen said he worked at a chip shop in Northampton and had come to Exeter to meet a friend. Pham said he hired the van to help someone move a sofa. The trial continues.