Cops who claimed mice ate missing marijuana fired

Cops who claimed mice ate missing marijuana fired

As for the high little mice running around with the missing drugs, as Specia claims, we hope they're having a great time.

Eight police officers have been sacked after half a ton of marijuana disappeared from a warehouse in Pilar, Argentina. And in the unlikely situation that they did, they would most likely die and there would've been evidence of dead mice in the warehouse.

The prime suspect appears to be former Buenos Aires police commissioner Javier Specia, who resigned from his position past year and did not sign the inventory on the cannabis in the warehouse.

An inspection of facility near the capital of Buenos Aires revealed how 540kg was missing from the 6,000kg that had been registered two years before.

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6,000kg of cannabis was stored, but only 5,460kg was found during an inspection.

Suspicion has fallen on the city's former police commissioner Javier Specia, who had left his post in April 2017, and was replaced by commissioner Emilio Portero who noticed the shortfall in the weed stocks. Mice don't naturally eat marijuana, a forensic expert explained.

That explanation didn't fly with forensics experts, who testified that mice wouldn't have mistaken marijuana for food - and if they had done so, "a lot of corpses would have been found in the warehouse", a spokesperson for Judge Adrián González Charvay said.

The police officers now go back before the judge on 4 May amid an investigation over whether the drugs' disappearance was down to "expedience or negligence", Britain's The Guardian newspaper reported.

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