The two young women and the 60-year-old Quebecker who allegedly imported 95 kg of cocaine in Australia were part of a vast remote control operation in Montreal, involving at least 12 people in Quebec, Morocco, Mexico and Peru.

Mélina Roberge, Isabelle Lagacé and André Tamine are in prison, in Sydney, but they would have been nothing but simple mules in this alleged plot, carefully planned by an Egyptian-Syrian gang and the Jewish underworld of the metropolis, in collaboration with the infamous Mexican cartel of Sinaloa.