Illegal Bushmeat Confiscated From Travelers At MSP Airport
10 days ago - By CBS
MINNEAPOLIS - U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers say they have confiscated bushmeat multiple times since December at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
CBP said officers seized over 100 pounds in the last week of December from U.S. citizens returning from Liberia. The trend “could have deadly effects and lead to another outbreak of disease,” a release said.
The passengers declared “fish” on their written and verbal declarations, but upon further inspection, officers found fish and bushmeat in the same package.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture says bushmeat is...
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