Cattle duffer jailed after cross border theft of horse meat

Cattle duffer jailed after cross bo룰렛rder theft of horse meat

The duffer, whose surname is in a Spanish court포커 의 신 file, pleaded guilty to theft, using and receiving stolen property, possession of illegal drugs, attempted theft of a horse meat, and use and possession of a firearm with intent to steal, as well as possessing cannabis and cannabis products. He did not surrender any weapons during the incident.

The two men stole a cow’s head while riding between the city of Veracruz and Alajuela to a butcher in Veracruz, according to the prosecutors.

The men also used the cow carcass to sell to other customers in Texas, as well as use it in a new drug venture of a different kind.

When they discovered that the cow meat and cannabis was not up for sale to Mexican authorities, they planned an elaborate plot.

“They were hoping that they could make some money by doing this [for the crime] so that they would not have to deal with Mexico,” said the prosecutor, Jorge Arreola, from the Veracruz state prosecutor’s office.

A similar incident took place last year in the border city of Chihuahua, when two men stole several cows for use by a brothel in Mexico. A man was arrested i카지노 사이트n Chihuahua after he was caught on surveillance cameras cutting down one of the cows.

The two alleged thieves were charged with illegal trafficking in a national article of cattle, illegal sale of foodstuffs, possession of a firearm with intent to commit murder, and possession of cannabis.

Turnbull push for a republic a political death wish mp says

Turnbull push for a republic a political death wish mp says

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The Coalition’s opposition MPs have called for Tony Abbott to step down for what they say is a political suicide.

In the most scathing criticism, Mr Abb바카라ott’s chief of staff, Craig Laundy, has slammed Mr Abbott’s leadership as a “우리카지노toxic mess”.

“He is in a state of crisis at the moment,” Mr Laundy said in an open letter.

“He is i바카라사이트n a political death bind. It’s an extraordinary situation.”

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