saunders: It's as bad as having marijuana itself, or cocaine, or any controlled substance, Saunders said, according to CTV. In early August, Saunders said his client, Brett Heuchert, who's a Canadian citizen living in Japan, landed at Seattle's Sea Tac International Airport from Tokyo. Blaine, Washington-based immigration lawyer Len Saunders, who represents both travellers, told CTV News during both encounters, which took place over the last month, U.S. Customs and Border Protection CBP agents found the CBD oil during secondary inspections. Heuchert told CTV News he was randomly selected for additional screening, where agents who searched his bags found two bottles of CBD oil. And I said, OK, I really don't think so. Immediately they said, We think this has THC in it', Heuchert said. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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