The TSA has a pretty wonderful Instagram account going on. It shows all the bizarre things they’ve confiscated form passengers trying to get on flights.
Are your pants full of exotic songbirds or are you just happy to see me? A look at some of the strange places that smugglers hide their goods.
In three incidents so far this year, cats have been caught smuggling contraband into prisons around the world.
A drug smuggler is caught and extradited to New Zealand after attempting to smuggle LSD inside a Harry Potter book.
Barry Seal wasn’t a common, run-of-the-mill smuggler. He was the best, most well connected — on both sides of the law — convicted smuggler in the country. Crimelibrary.com investigates the shocking story behind how Seal could operate above, around, and under the law for so long.
A Russian surgeon was recently summoned by police in the Siberian region of Krasnoyarsk to remove drugs from the stomach of a captured drug mule. This in itself is not so unusual given the creative ways that drug mules have taken to stashing their contraband. What is unusual, is that in this case the doctor seems to have taken some of the drugs for himself.