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Big Bandidos weed bunker bust near Goulburn

By johnboy - 9 November 2012 27

An associate of an Outlaw Motorcycle Gang has been arrested and charged after police raided a property near Goulburn seizing $4million dollars of cannabis yesterday.

About 11:45am, Thursday 8 November 2012, officers attached to Goulburn Local Area Command attended a rural property on Oallen Ford Road, Oallen.

Police conducted a search warrant at the property where they allegedly discovered 2,006 cannabis plants being hydroponically grown inside a shed and an underground bunker.

Officers also located and seized a large amount of fertiliser and equipment allegedly used in the cultivation of the cannabis.

Police will allege the cannabis has an estimated potential street value of $4million.

A 25-year-old man, who police will allege is an associate of the Bandidos OMCG, was arrested on the property and taken to Goulburn Police Station.

He was charged with enhanced indoor cultivation for commercial purposes, cultivate prohibited plant (large commercial quantity) and organise/assist/conduct drug premises and refused bail to appear in Goulburn Local Court today (Friday 9 November 2012).

Two other men who were located on the property were spoken to by police and released without charge pending further investigations.

[Courtesy NSW Police Force]

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Big Bandidos weed bunker bust near Goulburn
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davjp 4:33 pm
09 Nov 12
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Awesome work!!!

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bundah 5:10 pm
09 Nov 12
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Hmm one down and there’s probably another dozen or two to be found elsewhere.

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Jethro 5:54 pm
09 Nov 12
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davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

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voytek3 6:10 pm
09 Nov 12
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davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

How is this good work?

Unfortunately it is going to take decades to breed out this incredibly ignorant “drugs are bad because that’s what they told me when I was a kid” idiocy.

And as for legalization of all drugs – why didn’t this happen ten years ago?

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 7:15 pm
09 Nov 12
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Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Haha too true. I imagine ll those hideous dope fiends will just calm down and stop going out to civic high beating people up.

In more serious words, any one who sys good work is a grade A retard.

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HenryBG 9:17 pm
09 Nov 12
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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

In more serious words, any one who says good work is a grade A retard.

Presumably the Bandidos’ horticultural efforts were impinging on somebody else’s business plan.

I can’t think of any other conceivable rational reason for the police to waste their time and resources arresting people for growing plants.

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KB1971 7:16 am
10 Nov 12
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Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Smoking cones usually has the opposite effect…….

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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 7:43 am
10 Nov 12
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HenryBG said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

In more serious words, any one who says good work is a grade A retard.

Presumably the Bandidos’ horticultural efforts were impinging on somebody else’s business plan.

I can’t think of any other conceivable rational reason for the police to waste their time and resources arresting people for growing plants.

The only good thing is that it takes money away from the real criminals.

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Jethro 8:23 am
10 Nov 12
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KB1971 said :

Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Smoking cones usually has the opposite effect…….

Indeed.

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Deref 11:53 am
10 Nov 12
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voytek3 said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

How is this good work?

Unfortunately it is going to take decades to breed out this incredibly ignorant “drugs are bad because that’s what they told me when I was a kid” idiocy.

And as for legalisation of all drugs – why didn’t this happen ten years ago?

+1

Put the Bandidos out of business and free the cops to do useful things.

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vg 12:14 pm
10 Nov 12
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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Haha too true. I imagine ll those hideous dope fiends will just calm down and stop going out to civic high beating people up.

In more serious words, any one who sys good work is a grade A retard.

The poetic irony if the illiteracy of those who accuse others of stupidity. Grade A right there

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HenryBG 2:01 pm
10 Nov 12
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vg said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Haha too true. I imagine ll those hideous dope fiends will just calm down and stop going out to civic high beating people up.

In more serious words, any one who sys good work is a grade A retard.

The poetic irony if the illiteracy of those who accuse others of stupidity. Grade A right there

Funnily enough, his opinions coincide with those of former AFP Commissioner Mick Palmer:
http://shapingaustraliasfuture.blogspot.com.au/2012/06/mick-palmer-on-drug-law-reform.html

“The reality is that … drug law enforcement has had little impact on the Australian drug market.”
“In Australia the police[‘s] impact on the drug trade … has been minimal.”
“… our young people can and do purchase illicit drugs with ease and generally with impunity. If this is an effective policy at work, I am not sure what failure would look like.”
“The more liberal approach to drug policy in Switzerland and Portugal in the past 20 years appears to have achieved many benefits with no serious adverse effects.”

But, wait, there’s more:

” I have found it difficult to find informed commentators willing to support the present drug policy”

Mick Palmer is saying that people who support prohibition are uninformed.

So, yes, support for the above-mentioned raid is even more retarded than the guy with literacy handicaps.

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schmeah 2:33 pm
10 Nov 12
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Diminishes the resources and market monopoly of outlaw gangs and legalize it .. oh, and impose a tax on it just like we do booze and fags.

Better yet .. let the family groups run the show, it’s clearly working.

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Jethro 5:11 pm
10 Nov 12
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Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 6:20 pm
10 Nov 12
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vg said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Jethro said :

davjp said :

Awesome work!!!

With all that weed of the streets I predict a dramatic decline in bashings outside Civic nightclubs in the coming weeks.

Haha too true. I imagine ll those hideous dope fiends will just calm down and stop going out to civic high beating people up.

In more serious words, any one who sys good work is a grade A retard.

The poetic irony if the illiteracy of those who accuse others of stupidity. Grade A right there

Attacking somebody’s typos instead of debating = fail

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