Cops ‘assessing criminality’ after East Kilbride mum admits smuggling cannabis oil to save her sonPosted by On

Police say they are “assessing criminality” after an East Kilbride mum admitted smuggling cannabis oil into the country to save her severely epileptic son’s life.

In the hard-hitting BBC documentary Disclosure: Can Cannabis Save My son? ex-cop Lisa Quarrell told how she had broken the law by bringing cannabis-based Bedrolite from the Netherlands to treat six-year-old Cole Thomson.

According to the Home Office, it is illegal to bring the drug into the country without an import licence.

The mum-of-two told the East Kilbride News yesterday she hasn’t yet had any contact from the police.

A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “No complaint has been made regarding this issue.

“However, we are currently looking into the circumstances surrounding this situation following media coverage to assess criminality.”

Cole Thomson has focal epilepsy and suffered multiple…

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