Thailand: Two Israelis arrested with 23,000 Ectasy pills

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December 7, 2007 11:11

 
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Two Israelis were arrested in Thailand on Friday after police caught them with 23,000 Ectasy pills, Army Radio reported. According to the report, the two Israelis are suspected of selling drugs in the United States, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. They were arrested along with other Israelis in a large police raid in Bangkok. All of the other detainees were later released. The arrests were made after police in Thailand received intelligence from sources in the US. The Israeli embassy in Bangkok appointed a lawyer for the suspects, who are now awaiting trial.

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