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Meth trafficking ring sentenced in French Polynesia
5:09 pm GMT+12, 26/08/2018, French Polynesia

A 12-person ring in French Polynesia have been given jail sentences of up to 10 years for trafficking methamphetamine.
 
The head of the ring Yannick Mai has been given a 10-year sentence, which he will serve once he is extradited from the United States.
 
The main distributor Moerani Marlier has been given an eight-year jail term, of which he has served one while the case against him was being prepared.
 
One of the convicts is a former bailiff.
 
The group has been fined US$7.2 million for smuggling 7.2 kilogrammes of the drug......

SOURCE: RNZ PACIFIC/PACNEWS


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