gata.org / From the Canadian Broadcasting Co., Toronto / November 9, 2016
OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada — A former Royal Canadian Mint employee has been found guilty of smuggling more than $100,000 worth of gold from the building on Sussex Drive — apparently in his rectum, an Ottawa judge ruled this morning.
Leston Lawrence “clearly had the opportunity” to steal the gold because he often worked alone and the security cameras would not have caught him slipping gold pucks into his pocket, Justice Peter Doody ruled. “His locker contained Vaseline and latex gloves, which could have been used to insert a puck into his rectum,” he ruled, adding that there were no cameras in the locker room. …
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