After a 72-year-old woman was caught selling narcotics out of her home in Free State, Mzansi responded strongly. The police have arrested a lady on suspicion that she was operating a home-based drug dealing operation.
It's upsetting to think that an elderly woman who sold drugs to her own generation will somehow receive our compassion now that her victims are members of the next generation. According to inside information, law enforcement discovered over seventy different forms of identification and cash at her home along with driver's licenses, three passports, Mandrax pills, and 56 bank cards.
People are having a hard time believing that a 72-year-old woman was responsible for selling narcotics and that she possessed the driver's licenses, three passports, Mandrax pills, 56 bank cards, more than 70 IDs, and money that were located in her house.
Mzansi is stunned by the sight of a woman of 72 years old who is willing to risk her life for a cause she believes in. Mzansi thinks it's only fair that she be allowed to explain the circumstances that pushed her into the dangerous business of drug dealing.
She will be making her first court appearance soon, where she faces charges of narcotics trafficking. The source claims that the 662 kilograms of cocaine found in her home are worth between R403 million and R4 billion.
Using Gogo as a stand-in may have been an option, according to some. Someone, it is speculated, is responsible for this. Have your say on these articles by commenting below. Do you believe the 72-year-old is telling the truth or is being used by someone else? Do tell me what you think and how you feel about this matter. Do not forget to click the like, share, and comment boxes to receive more updates.
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