§ 19.53 (B)
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(B) Commercial Element Required. While the contraband is explicitly defined by reference to federal statutes, the term “illicit trafficking” is not. Therefore a generic definition of “illicit trafficking” must be found. Counsel may wish to draw an analogy to illicit trafficking in controlled substances forbidden under INA § 101(1)(43)(B). See § 19.55, infra. In the drug trafficking context, decisions interpreting the common-sense meaning of “trafficking” in controlled substances cases have generally found that trafficking relates to commercial transactions. Therefore, if the offense of conviction involves non-commercial distribution of the listed destructive devices, the conviction arguably does not constitute an aggravated felony.
 See Steele v. Blackman, 236 F.3d 130 (3d Cir. 2001) (trafficking requires a commercial element, and does not include gratuitous distribution).