bootlegged goods

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McGuffie once told a policeman he didn't deal drugs but was the 'main supplier of bootlegged goods in Dumfries'.
7 billion to Russia last year alone in bootlegged goods.
When the Russian Anti-Piracy Organization (RAPO) confiscates bootlegged goods, they don't hand them over to the local police, since experience has taught them that up to half of the stuff ends up back on the market.
Now that "Duty Free" has virtually ended, so-called bootlegged goods are bought byand-large tax-paid and legitimately in other European Union states although some do come from outside the EU and others are the profits of crime.
Just last night there was a programme on TV about pensioners who have committed crimes, and several of those featured were prosecuted for smuggling or selling bootlegged goods.
Operation Mistletoe will target shops, pubs and clubs throughout the UK who cost the Treasury an estimated pounds 1 billion a year in lost revenue by selling bootlegged goods.