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Author`s name Ольга Савка

Heroin Grandma Made 82 Illegal Deliveries

At the moment of arrest, the woman had about 200 grams of heroin
A 78-year-old woman from the Russian city of Samara was sentenced to 5 years in jail for illegal drug trafficking (which the old lady had done 82 times!) and for an attempt to bribe a public official. The woman was arrested by transport police in a train going from Moscow to Orsk in January.
 
At the moment of arrest, the woman had about 200 grams of heroin. She offered 5 thousand rubles to policemen as a bribe and asked to set her free. As an investigation of the case revealed, the pensioner had transported drugs via railway to neighboring regions 82 times within the past 1.5 years. She says that she was promised to be paid 700 rubles (a bit more that $20) for delivery of the last batch.

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