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parcher Post time: 2019-1-21 13:27
kylanda davis 22 was stopped at GZ airport with 75kg of ice......but was released And is ...
"kylanda davis 22 was stopped at GZ airport with 75kg of ice......but was released And is back home....."
Very economical "details" of the incident, at best "apples" with "oranges" comparison with the "incidents" being referred to in this post.
Incident dates back to 05th November 2014.
Australia officially has the highest proportion of recreational drug users in the world according to the United Nations World Drug Report.Cannabis, hallucinogens, cocaine, inhalants and solvents all appear to be on the rise, according to the figures.
- Kaylnda Davis ( 22 years Old Sydney Woman) and Peter Gardner ( Builder from New Zealand, living in Richmonds, Sydney) allegedly tried to check in 36kg of ice in their luggage when boarding a flight for Australia.
- Guangdong has been a hub for methamphetamine production.
- She denied having any knowledge of the drugs or how they got there.
- Ms Davis had made the trip to China with her boyfriend, Peter Gardner, whom she had met on Tinder just two weeks prior.
- Her lawyers were able to convince Chinese authorities Ms Davis, 22, was innocent
Go figure !
Since the thread is closed for "comments", Here is my response to your post # 106 ,
" So she had Brilliant lawyers".....
The assertions(sarcastic) are inherently defective and suffer from basic infirmities.
EVIDENCE - Circumstantial & Hard Forensic at investigation stage was the REASON that she was not charged.
As Sherlock Holmes would say, " Elementary,my dear Watson" What Can I do if this Watson's pernicious prejudice doesnot permit him to see the obvious ?
- It is understood that she was only carrying hand-luggage, and this may have been a key factor in her defence because the illicit drugs were found in checked-in baggage in Guangzhou.
- The drugs were contained in two black pieces of luggage dropped off by two Chinese men at Mr Gardner's hotel just hours before his flight.
- The zipper to the main compartment of each bag was superglued shut, which meant he hadn't checked its contents. But he was unconcerned because the same occurred when he made a successful run from Guangzhou in September.
- But prosecutors said it was "against common sense" that Mr Gardner would not check his bags for his goods having spent the money he claimed. Crucially, they said his DNA was found on the drug packaging.( Court Hearing May 2015).
- Hotel security footage of Mr Gardner receiving the bags at his hotel was shown to the court, as was video of the eventual bust by custom officials, laying out bag after bag of ice on a table.
- Mr Gardner broke down as he spoke of the hurt he had caused to his parents and pleaded for the judges to take into account his young age, contrition and cooperation with police.
- The court also heard customs officials had initially arrested Kalynda Davis because airline staff had checked in both bags under her name.
- But Mr Gardner, still believing the bags contained peptides, claimed responsibility for the bags, explaining he had brought Ms Davis along so he would have a greater luggage check-in allowance.
- Ms Davis was eventually released after police were satisfied she had no connection with the drugs.
Sources : AUSTRALIAN Print Media ( Sydney Morning Herald / News.com.au etc. etc. )