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CFB Edmonton nurse charged with trafficking steroids

OldSolduer

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Check this out.

http://www.ctvnews.ca/mobile/canada/nurse-at-edmonton-military-base-charged-with-trafficking-steroids-1.1474270

Mods, move it if required.
 

Old EO Tech

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Wouldn't surprise me to see some NDA 130 charges come out of this as well, she wasn't likely trafficking steroids to the general public while on the base :-/

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She is a public service nurse and not a CF Nursing Officer as such the NDA will be likely not be used.

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I think Old EO Tech meant that her customer list likely includes some CF members who will be charged in due course, as the investigation goes on.
 

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Fair enough... Agreed.  I reckon the NIS will no doubt be quite interested in the company she kept from the CAF nominal roll. 

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Notwithstanding that everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty; suffice it to say I'm not surprised. I'll keep the rest of what I know or suspect to myself.


 

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ModlrMike said:
Notwithstanding that everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty; suffice it to say I'm not surprised. I'll keep the rest of what I know or suspect to myself.

This is the same person?:
http://www.bodybuildinglive.com/profiles/helen_bouchard.htm
http://muscle-insider.com/photos/cbbf-nationals-edmonton-guest-poser-helen-bouchard

If yes, steroid use would be no surprise, of course. But trafficking? That's just dumb  :(
 

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Here's the CF Info-machine's version:
.... a public service primary care nurse was arrested and charged with drug-related offences as part of an investigation by the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS) National Drug Enforcement Team (NDET) into illegal steroid trafficking.

Following a thorough investigation, Helene Bouchard, a civilian nurse, at 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton was charged with four counts of Trafficking of a controlled substance pursuant to section 5(1) of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (CDSA).

Ms. Bouchard was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in the Edmonton Law Courts on 6 November 2013.

“"This incident confirms the commitment of the military police to support the Canadian Armed Forces, and our local communities, by providing a safe and drug-free environment in which to live and work"”, stated Lieutenant Colonel Brian Frei, Commanding Officer of the CFNIS.  “"With our national approach to drug enforcement, we assist commanders in maintaining high standards of conduct and discipline. It also sends a clear message that illicit drug use will not be tolerated in the Department of National Defence (DND)."” ....
 

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E.R. Campbell said:
I think Old EO Tech meant that her customer list likely includes some CF members who will be charged in due course, as the investigation goes on.

Yes that is what I meant.  As a PS employee she would not be charged under the NDA unless she was serving over seas.  But her customers, that is another story....

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Nudibranch said:
This is the same person?:
http://www.bodybuildinglive.com/profiles/helen_bouchard.htm
http://muscle-insider.com/photos/cbbf-nationals-edmonton-guest-poser-helen-bouchard

If yes, steroid use would be no surprise, of course. But trafficking? That's just dumb  :(

What's with Mr Cadpat in the background? A customer working off his debt?
 

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Nudibranch said:
This is the same person?:
http://www.bodybuildinglive.com/profiles/helen_bouchard.htm
http://muscle-insider.com/photos/cbbf-nationals-edmonton-guest-poser-helen-bouchard

If yes, steroid use would be no surprise, of course. But trafficking? That's just dumb  :(

Sexy pictures, I wish I was  half as jacked as her. 


I got super-poison ivy and was put on steroids but I never developed muscles like that.
 

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Definitely looks like she was dipping into the super soldier formula herself. Do you think her 17" arms gave her away?
 

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Old EO Tech said:
Yes that is what I meant.  As a PS employee she would not be charged under the NDA unless she was serving over seas.  But her customers, that is another story....

Jon

As I understand it, taking or buying steroids is not illegal - but selling them are
 

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PPCLI Guy said:
As I understand it, taking or buying steroids is not illegal - but selling them are

Seeking to purchase and buying are illegal. Possession is not. It's an offence to seek out the substance or a prescription for a schedule IV substance.

I knew this individual years ago from her work. She's a fantastic person.....outside of this allegation.
 

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I thought the loop hole (so to speak) was that while possession of steroids is not illegal it *is* a controlled substance and CF members are not allowed to be in possession of a controlled substance without a prescription ergo a CF member in possession of steroids is a chargeable offense.
 

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I was picking up T3s at the Pharm O in Edmonton today, and I asked if I could have a side of Vitamin S.

Apparently it is, in fact, too soon.....
 

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PPCLI Guy said:
I was picking up T3s at the Pharm O in Edmonton today, and I asked if I could have a side of Vitamin S.

Apparently it is, in fact, too soon.....

Dark sense of humour, I like it!
 

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PPCLI Guy said:
I was picking up T3s at the Pharm O in Edmonton today, and I asked if I could have a side of Vitamin S.

Apparently it is, in fact, too soon.....

Well, at least you didn't ask for that in the CDU!  When I checked the link I knew exactly who she was.
 
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