Court documents obtained by CBC News provide an intriguing glimpse into an alleged people smuggling case that started in the African nation of Rwanda and ended in Aldergrove, B.C., with stops in Kentucky and Washington state. On May 13, a Rwandan woman dragged a suitcase across a ditch separating the U.S. and Canada just east of the Aldergrove border crossing. She immediately applied for refugee status. How the 38-year-old woman got to B.C. is at the heart of the mystery. The Canada Border Services Agency alleges two men — a Kentucky pastor and an Alberta man — "organized, aided and abetted" the illegal entry. B.C. people-smuggling investigation alleges Rwanda, Kentucky, Alberta connections | CBC News I'm thinking the pastor is not quite as shocked as he claims.