Police make largest Cannabus bust in Israeli history

Police make largest Cann

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November 11, 2009 20:34

 
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The police unit Lahav 433 raided a massive marijuana farm in Nesher on Tuesday. Police said a very large number of hydroponic marijuana plants nearly a meter high were seized, making it one of the largest cannabis raids in Israeli policing history. The warehouse in which they were grown was disguised as a toy storage facility, police added. Two brothers, Binyamin and Pinhas Hadadi, were arrested and brought before a Ramle Magistrate on Thursday evening, where they were ordered to remain in custody for seven days.

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