Saturday, July 26, 2008

Drug ring involved more than one border guard: Documents

MONTREAL - More questions are being raised about Canada's border security as additional details surface about a drug trafficking ring that gives new meaning to free trade.

Court documents filed in the United States about a drug trafficking ring that was recently broken up in Montreal suggest the ring had more than one Canadian border guard within its fold.

On Thursday, the RCMP announced the arrests of seven people, including James Munro, a 26-year-old border guard employed by the Canadian Border Services Agency who worked at Quebec's Lacolle border crossing.

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