February 22, 2007, - 11:29 am
By Debbie Schlussel
UPS is at it again. First, I exposed the shipping company’s Package Apartheid policy of not delivering to Jews–but only to Muslims–in certain politically incorrect areas of Israel. The company backtracked and changed its policy, while pretending it never had such a policy.
Now, federal agents inform me that UPS is blocking a drug smuggling investigation. Read this e-mail and learn what Brown doesn’t do for you:
We have been attempting to conduct a narcotics operation involving drugs that were shipped from a foreign country via UPS. The contraband was intercepted by CBP [DS: Customs and Border Protection] in another city and forwarded here because the address is located here. The general idea was to enlist the assistance of UPS to either deliver it with one of us in the van or to borrow a uniform and make the delivery. Once delivered and signed for, BAM! We have done this in the past with FedEx and DHL and they have always stepped up to the plate and helped in any way possible. Not UPS…those spineless creampuffs start whining and back-peddling, making excuses about their company policy and putting their workers in Harm’s Way, ya-da, ya-da. We went all the way to the head of security and got the same BS. As far as I’m concerned, their lack of assistance and indifference to the fact that dangerous narcotics are being smuggled into the United States by their carrier service leads me to believe they condone it. God forbid they should do their part to secure this nation. We’ll get it done without those mopes.
And, that’s “what Brown can do for you!”.
Yet another reason NOT to use UPS. Go for Fed-Ex, DHL, and the good old-fashioned U.S. Postal Service, instead.
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