"In the days following the first arrest, an intensive RCMP investigation uncovered a conspiracy to export MDMA through the Vancouver airport. The conspiracy allegedly involved two uniformed pre-board screening officers working for a company contracted by CATSA (Canadian Air Transport Security Authority)," said the statement.Epic fail.
Ten days later, the RCMP arrested Gurvinder Singh Pahl, 24, of Richmond, and Ajitpal Singh Judge, 31, of Surrey, on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking, conspiracy to traffic in a controlled substance, and breach of trust. Pahl is facing an additional charge of failure to comply with a probation order.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Ah, so it seems - if I'm reading this right - that in this age of terrorism paranoia induced genital pat-downs, full-body scanners, personal data-sharing with foreign governments, no-fly lists, and other knicker-knotting craziness, you can still get a job as a subcontracted CATSA airport screener while you're on probation.