Their text messages and emails carried an air of confidence.
One boasted to his girlfriend that he and his partner had netted $20,000 in one week. Another referred to his lab worker-underlings as “dumb dumbs.”
But one by one, members of a national steroid-distribution ring became ensnared in a lengthy Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) investigation dubbed Project Juice.
This past week, the last of the accused, Gautam Srivastava, a former University of Victoria computer science professor and youth baseball coach, pleaded guilty in provincial court in Vancouver to one count of smuggling.
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