More information is out about Justin Bieber and his drug use:
NBC February 5, 2014 By Richard Esposito, Tom Winter, Jeff Rossen And Monica Alba
Justin Bieber and his father were “extremely abusive” to a flight attendant as their private jet flew from Canada to New Jersey on Friday, forcing her to take refuge in the cockpit, according to an official report obtained exclusively by NBC News.
According to multiple law enforcement sources, the leased, luxurious Gulfstream IV on which the 19-year-old Canadian pop star, his father and an entourage of 10 friends traveled was so full of marijuana smoke that the pilots were forced to wear oxygen masks.
“The captain of the flight stated that he warned the passengers, including Bieber, on several occasions to stop smoking marijuana,” says the official report of the incident.
“The captain also stated he needed to request that the passengers stop their harassing behavior toward the flight attendant and after several warnings asked the flight attendant to stay with him near the cockpit to avoid any further abuse.”
Furthermore, Bieber admitted his drug use and should have been immediately refused entry and sent back to Canada.
According to officials, when the plane landed at Teterboro, a suburban airport that caters to the rich and famous and their private aircraft, it was met by DEA and Customs and Border Protection agents and police. There was still marijuana smoke inside the cabin, according to the report.
Officials decided to question Bieber separately from the other passengers, said the report, because “in past examinations, Bieber had become argumentative and abusive when together with his security team.”
When interviewed at Teterboro, Bieber admitted smoking marijuana and drinking alcohol, but stated that he did not have any additional marijuana.
First, the failure of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to refuse entry to Bieber and his entourage was a serious crime. It is clear that the Port Director for CBP at the New York/Newark Port-of-Entry (POE) failed to execute his duties and it is also abundentally clear that his failure to take action was based on the fact that Bieber was wealthy. No other arriving alien who reeked of marijuana would have been admitted; that alien would have been refused entry and forced to return from whence he came.
Second, the information from this NBC report clearly shows that Bieber and his Canadian entourage are illegal drug users and hence not only excludable, as this blog reported, but deportable as well.
Members of the public can report the Port Director of the New York/Newark POE to the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General (DHS OIG) for investigation of his failure to see that laws of the United States were faithfully executed by the Port Director and employees under his supervision. And it is certain that the inspecting CBP Officers contacted the Port Director and were instructed to back off of Bieber and take no action against him.
The DHS OIG can be contacted here:
Online: Allegation Form (Recommended)
Call: 1-800-323-8603 toll free
DHS Office of Inspector General/MAIL STOP 0305
Attention: Office of Investigations – Hotline
245 Murray Lane SW
Washington, DC 20528-0305
Once can also contact U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement here or at (866) 347-2423, and report Bieber as an alien deportable for drug use.