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Police find huge grow-op with 1,845 cannabis plants on remote Australia property

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Australia police believe Vietnamese crime gangs are targeting desperate farmer after revealing a massive cannabis grow worth an estimated AU$5.5 million ($5.2 million) earlier this week on a remote property in New South Wales. Drug and firearms detectives with the New South Wales Police believe wealthy Vietnamese gangs are buying land from drought- and fire-affected farmers on the cheap and then importing illegal workers to grow cannabis crops, according to the Daily Mail . A crime scene warrant was executed at about 8:20 a.m. on Nov. 4 on a remote property near Coffs Harbour Coffs being used for the large-scale cultivation of cannabis, notes a statement from police . Shh. Australia is growing a medical cannabis crop… and it’s a secret About 15 per cent of young Australians would try weed… if it was legal, that is Report: Illegal migrants are being trafficked in the U.K., forced to work on cannabis farms There, detectives seized 1,845 plants having an estimated potential street value of AU$5.5 million ($5.2 million) in addition to what appears to be a sophisticated greenhouse, complete with an irrigation system, operation. The discovery is part of Strike Force Harthouse, established in November of 2019 to investigate the…

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