A haven for traffickers?

A haven for traffickers?

Marijuana is grown in Colorado, then covertly is shipped out
Employees tends to marijuana plants at a grow house in Denver. According to law enforcement officials, Colorado’s legal marijuana marketplace is in some cases serving as cover for a host of illegal drug traffickers who hide their product among the stateís many legal growing operations, then covertly ship it elsewhere and pocket millions of dollars from its sale.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, second from right, takes questions during a news conference in March that discussed an indictment alleging that 32 people exported tons of marijuana to other states over four years, in Denver.

A haven for traffickers?

Employees tends to marijuana plants at a grow house in Denver. According to law enforcement officials, Colorado’s legal marijuana marketplace is in some cases serving as cover for a host of illegal drug traffickers who hide their product among the stateís many legal growing operations, then covertly ship it elsewhere and pocket millions of dollars from its sale.
Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman, second from right, takes questions during a news conference in March that discussed an indictment alleging that 32 people exported tons of marijuana to other states over four years, in Denver.