November 8, 2012 - Henry Rosenau was one of the
Canadian masterminds behind a massive northern
border drug smuggling operation, he was
sentenced to 10 years in federal prison
Wednesday for conspiracy to import marijuana.
Rosenau, 61, of Armstrong, British Columbia, was
indicted in 2006 following a cross-border
investigation dubbed "Operation Frozen Timber"
led by U.S. Immigration and Customs
Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security
Rosenau's sentence comes following his July
guilty plea, which pre-empted a re-trial and
ended a protracted legal battle to derail the
U.S. prosecution that included extradition
challenges and frivolous lawsuits against
witnesses, prosecutors and law enforcement.