What Is Behind the Door?

A local import and export company has what looks like crates of catnip locked up on the Pippen dock.

Police and law enforcement agencies have been frustrated by the resilience of Pippen and the East River Intercontinental Airport which continues to be a catnip legalized area. While the East River Community (ERC) has been trying to annex the entire airport, but until the paperwork is finalized, the catnip trade continues. Daily shipments of catnip by truck evade police and arrive at the ERIA Cargo Terminal where they are transported for sale as contraband.

To add to their frustration, loopholes in the local statutes allow for importing and exporting of any substance, whether it is sand, catnip, weapons, or other illegally traded items.


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