Mexican and South American cocaine cartels have corrupted people working within Australia’s border security regime, at virtually every air and sea port in the country, according to an underworld figure who worked with them.
- The former airport employee is a member of an outlaw motorcycle club
- The man says people are being used by cartels to get cocaine through airports and ports
- He says cartel hit men and foot soldiers monitor the importation into Australia
Four Corners spoke to the man as part of an investigation into Australia’s cocaine market which found there’s more of the drug in the country now than at any other time in history.
“The cartel will always find somebody,” said the former Sydney airport employee, who is a member of an outlaw motorcycle club and remains involved in the drugs trade.
The cartel has people here to corruptly facilitate the importation of tonnes of cocaine into the country, he said.
“There are immigration people, there are customs people, on the payroll.
“I guarantee they’re on the payroll because some things come through the airport as a palette and they get put through, and on the ports as well.
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