This 91 year old dude got caught smuggling 100 pounds of cocaine.

A 91-year-old man could become the world’s oldest drug trafficker after being charged with smuggling $1.5 million worth of cocaine. Victor Twartz faces a possible life sentence if he is convicted of bringing more than 100 pounds pounds of cocaine, concealed in soap bars, into Australia on a flight from India. Twartz, a retired surgeon from Sydney, told police he had met people in New Delhi after befriending them online. As he was about to board his return flight to Sydney after a recent visit, he claims that he was handed a bag that he was told contained gifts for someone in Australia, according to the Daily Mirror. A search of Twartz's luggage found 27 packages of soap which tested positive for cocaine. As Twartz left court, a reporter asked if he had been taken advantage of.  Victor's son, Peter Twartz, claims his father was caught up in a scam "He was going over there to sign a business contract that would release some funding to him and that is why he was going." he told Australia's ABC News. "There was some $10 million of inheritance that would be freed up and released to him. The soap were gifts for the bank manager at this end that would be clearing the funds." Peter said his father is a devout Seventh Day Adventist with no criminal background.

Source- A 91-year-old man could become the world’s oldest drug trafficker after being charged with smuggling $1.5 million worth of cocaine.
Victor Twartz faces a possible life sentence if he is convicted of bringing more than 100 pounds pounds of cocaine, concealed in soap bars, into Australia on a flight from India.
Twartz, a retired surgeon from Sydney, told police he had met people in New Delhi after befriending them online.
As he was about to board his return flight to Sydney after a recent visit, he claims that he was handed a bag that he was told contained gifts for someone in Australia, according to the Daily Mirror.
A search of Twartz’s luggage found 27 packages of soap which tested positive for cocaine.
As Twartz left court, a reporter asked if he had been taken advantage of.
Victor’s son, Peter Twartz, claims his father was caught up in a scam
“He was going over there to sign a business contract that would release some funding to him and that is why he was going.” he told Australia’s ABC News.
There was some $10 million of inheritance that would be freed up and released to him. The soap were gifts for the bank manager at this end that would be clearing the funds.”
Peter said his father is a devout Seventh Day Adventist with no criminal background.

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One Hundred pounds of Cocaine. This was not an old man just signing contracts. This ain’t an old man thats some crazy drug trafficking criminal. What we have here is a 91 year old man that was tired of being a pussy and looking at his twilight years, wants to get his hands dirty and be a bad boy for once in his life before he goes.

He has all the riches in the world. I mean life long surgeon that apparently just got a 10 million dollar inheritance? what is that even, is that real? Who the fuck is signing over that inheritance? Any who, he’s fucking loaded with cash. But at some point you look at yourself in the mirror and cant believe you never had had a run in with the law. You’ve been soft your whole life and you don’t want to die a pussy. If thats not his defense then as someone not his legal council, i highly recommend that that be the story. Maybe not legally, maybe just his memoirs. Listen, no one just brings back 100 pounds worth of soap bars into a country. Oh that was a gift? that gift sucks and you’re probably smuggling in drugs in these lame ass soap bar gifts then. This is what happens when someone soft gets tossed in a hardened career criminal scenario. The excuse sucks. Dont blame your self Victor Twartz, Just go out easily knowing you’re rich and can provide your family with wealth, and that you’re going out as the worlds oldest drug trafficker. Fin.

 

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