Good intelligence unit needed to cripple illegal drug industry

– use undercover agents suggested

Within recent years many persons have gone before the courts and pleaded guilty to trafficking large quantities of cocaine and marijuana but there has been little evidence of follow-up arrests or charges as it relates to the distributors of the drugs.

It is believed that the origin of these intercepted drugs will remain unknown unless focus is placed on planting undercover agents in businesses and circles which are suspected to be connected to drug trafficking. At this point it is unclear what steps the drug enforcement agencies are taking to track the origin of these drugs and the big players.

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