Yes, it really does happen.
Doesn't it make sense that the drugs cartels would prefer that they do not have to pay the person for transporting drugs across the border?
Every day in Tijuana and San Diego people cross the border, and many of these people don't know that they have drugs in their vehicles. It can be heroin, fentanyl, cocaine. methamphetamine. The result is the same --someone has been duped.
Isn't it logical?
If they don't know, then no one has to pay them. And also, there is no chance that they can inform.
I want to point out an excellent article that was just published on blind mules. https://timesofsandiego.com/crime/2023/06/03/blind-mule-crossed-border-with-100-pounds-of-meth-and-had-no-idea/
Ms. Mancera talked to me twice in preparation of the article. And I had two former clients (blind mules) ready to talk to her. But at the last minute, they got "cold feet" and decided not to talk.
Because the government could bring new charges against them.
Read the blogs at my website. And use prudence. Yes, it does happen. And if it happens to you, it can upend your life.
I am here to help you 24/7. Call me if you or a family member has been a victim and become a blind mule. I wrote a book on the subject and in addition to handling hundreds of these kinds of cases, I have bene an expert witness on blind mule cases.
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