Police Found 145 Sales Records on a Vendor's USB Drive

~2 min read | Published on 2021-11-22, tagged Darkweb-VendorGeneral-NewsSentenced using 331 words.

The Public Prosecution Service in the Netherlands demanded a prison sentence of eight years for a large-scale darkweb vendor.
In 2017, a court sentenced a man from Heerhugowaard to 5.5 years in prison for selling ecstasy pills on the darkweb. The man, a 33-year-old, is now facing additional prison time after authorities discovered a USB drive that contained records of the defendant’s drug trafficking operation.
Authorities investigated the 33-year-old in 2019 in an attempt to find evidence linking him to money laundering. The investigation included a search of the man’s prison cell and a search of his girlfriend’s house in Alkmaar. The police seemingly found the USB drive while searching the girlfriend’s house or interacting with her in some way.
Police found the password for the encrypted USB written in a notebook in the defendant’s prison cell. After decrypting the drive, investigators the login information for the platform the defendant had used to sell an assortment of drugs. The USB drive contained sales records, including nearly 100,000 ecstasy pills, 22.5 kilograms of MDMA, 10 kilograms of amphetamine, 2.6 kilograms of cocaine, and more than 10,000 2-CB pills. In total, according to the prosecution, the defendant had shipped a total of 145 orders to 30 countries between August 2017 and March 2018. Combined, the drugs weighed 90 kilograms.
The Public Prosecution Service demanded 100 hours of community service for the defendant’s 30-year-old girlfriend. She had 39 ecstasy pills in her possession as well as a weapon that “resembled a firearm.” The prosecution believes that the girlfriend had been living off the money earned by her boyfriend. The girlfriend earned a living through babysitting, according to her testimony. Since she would not give prosecutors a list of the families that she had worked for, prosecutors stated that this claim was a lie to help protect her boyfriend.
The prosecution demanded a prison sentence of eight years for the 33-year-old drug dealer, citing aggravating circumstances and recidivism as factors in the enhanced sentence.
The court will rule on December 3.

Comments (12)


women2021-11-23
cd238330

that must be equality right there !

vaguedetail2021-11-23
a9eeec00

What vendor?

dirk2021-11-23
f909dae0

ah, let him go, Ecstasy is a good drug.

plkqcs/samculper2021-11-24
914c5990

is this the one williamgibson doxxed?

authenticyosemit2021-11-24
564d16d0

Based and redpilled.

LETS GO BRANDON2021-11-24
44d04db0

LEETS GO BRANDON!!!!!

faggotmccunt2021-11-25
94c91c60

What is this guy’s name? What is it with eurofags that they never print the name?

Absolutely Not2021-11-26
969d3420

This guy got lazy.

John2021-11-26
9b441760

Skill issue if u ask me

8yearscmon2021-11-28
27ffacb0

war on drugs is war on people like which fag let their government decide which substance to take or not. and people get arrested for stuff that is sold to some grandma in a pharmacy modern law is really bad comedy

uwu2021-11-23
d7261470

Stigma male mind set

IHATEINTERNET2021-12-14
5863c480

Incel momment