Columbian drug smugglers implant drugs in the bellies of Labs

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  1. Pomp

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    How sad for the dogs. These are some very demented people.
     
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    I saw that on some news magazine program . . . what can I say :mad:
     
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    Sicko freaks. As if smuggling drugs isn't bad as it is.
     
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    Remember when they found the horse with bags up his poor butt ! Grrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!
     
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    I know this happened to a pit bull at some point in the last 10 years. I read about it when I was doing my research prior to bringing Mojo home. :(
     
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    I read that last night...those poor puppies!! And it's not like the smugglers care...they can get the drugs out, stitch them back together and sell them through a mill broker, thus eliminating evidence. It's so easy to come up with a cover story for the scars. And then there are so many mills around to supply them with their next batch of mules. :mad: :mad:
     

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