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Two Indicted for Selling Fent Analogues in “Canada1” Case

A recently unsealed indictment accuses two people of selling fentanyl analogues on Dream Market under the username “Canada1.”

Thomas Michael Federuik, 59, of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and Paul Anthony Nicholls, 44, of Surrey, England, have been indicted in the Southern District of Georgia on drug distribution and money laundering charges.

The indictment charges both defendants with one count of Conspiracy to Import Controlled Substances, Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances, and Money Laundering Conspiracy.

“Pills in the underground drug market and on the Dark Web are often diluted with dangerous and deadly substances like fentanyl, as was the case in this investigation,” said Robert J. Murphy, the Special Agent in Charge of the DEA. Atlanta Field Division. “There is no quality control in the process, so there’s a high chance that users will receive a deadly dose of fentanyl. The success of this investigation was made possible because of the collaborative efforts between all law enforcement agencies involved.”

A picture of Robert J. Murphy, the Special Agent in Charge of the DEA. Atlanta Field Division

Robert J. Murphy, the Special Agent in Charge of the DEA. Atlanta Field Division

According to the indictment, the defendants sold U-47700 and U-49900 through Dream Market under the username “Canada1.”

A picture of Nobody is able to find sites on the darknet. They are just that hidden.

Nobody is able to find sites on the darknet. They are just that hidden.

The investigation into Canada1 began in October 2017 after two U.S. Navy petty officers in Kingsland, Ga., fatally overdosed on a fentanyl analogue. Investigators learned that the two people who had overdosed–referred to in the indictment as B.J.T. and T.L.B.–had ordered the analogue from Canada1. They also learned that the vendor had shipped the drugs in packages labeled “East Van Eco Tours” and “Bridge City Consulting L.L.P.”

“The U.S. Postal Inspection Service’s objectives are to preserve the integrity of the nation’s mail system from criminal misuse, rid the mail of illicit drugs, and to keep our communities safe,” said Juan A. Vargas, Acting Inspector in Charge of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service Miami Division. “Postal Inspectors will work with our law enforcement partners to combine resources and expertise to achieve a common goal, which is to combat the perils of illegal and dangerous drug distribution and ensure perpetrators of such attempts are brought to justice.”

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) determined that the defendants had created or used those companies. The indictment accuses both suspected drug dealers of creating companies to facilitate the importation of fentanyl analogues from dealers overseas.

Both defendants are in custody pending extradition hearings.

The court documents do not reveal much about the case. The press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia just regurgitates the same limited information.

If convicted of the charges, both defendants face a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison, up to life.

“The case is being investigated in Canada by U.S. Homeland Security Investigations, Vancouver; the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and its Online Undercover Operations Unit and Federal Serious and Organized Crime Unit, Cybercrime Operations Group; Calgary Police Service; and the Canada Border Service Agency.

“In the United Kingdom, assistance was provided by the National Extradition Unit with the Metropolitan Police and the Staffordshire Police.

“And in the United States, by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Office of Criminal Investigations; the U.S. Naval Criminal Investigative Service; Homeland Security Investigations Savannah; the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration; and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, with assistance from the U.S. Marshals Service. The U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of International Affairs is providing significant assistance.”

Two men indicted for international conspiracy to ship Fentanyl, other drugs into United States through Dark Web connections | archive.is, justice.gov

Indictment: pdf

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5c6f2230 Wed, Jun 1, 2022

what will they target after fent

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486d8bf0 Thu, Jun 2, 2022

the beauty of the drug war is it is an endless cycle with absolutely no end, as designed. sweet sweet $$$ lobbying for everybody! Richard Milhaus Nixon’s greatest global legacy; I hope Vendy didn’t off himself yet :( I hate bustin’t the “just weed” folks, but I also enjoy a pension and legally getting blitzed every Friday and givin’ the little woman a black eye from time to time. Her feet tho, jesus those little toes… I could just eat’n all up with a spoon!

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ae706c80 Wed, Jun 1, 2022

“East Van Eco Tours” and “Bridge City Consulting L.L.P.”

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) determined that the defendants had created or used those companies. The indictment accuses both suspected drug dealers of creating companies to facilitate the importation of fentanyl analogues from dealers overseas.

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c6af8f50 Sun, Jun 5, 2022

Is Russia invading Ukraine simply to have control over more resources to insure the stability of not only Russia’s energy supply, but also all the other nations Russia provides energy to? I just don’t see a single reason the West should be interfering with that situation. Half of Ukraine is pro Russian and honestly doesn’t care to much on who the victor is as long as the victor doesn’t screw Ukraine citizens over.

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e780bbd0 Sun, Jun 5, 2022

^ cuck’n for Putin I see

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ecbbe040 Fri, Jun 3, 2022

this is so sad and stupid, fentanyl is now seen as “safe” in the wake of the news syths

WHEN WILL THEY LEARN, THIS WORLD IS SO BROKEN

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709f9090 Sun, Jun 5, 2022

Fent is scumbag drugs! I want them OUT OF USA FOR GOOD, NO THANKS TO THOSE CLOWN WHO BEGGIN FOR FAKE HEROIN! USA HEROIN MARKET IS FUCKED NOW

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48b94040 Mon, Jun 6, 2022

Why are these comments so aggressive?
Just relax guys. Go outside. Meditate. Do yoga.

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78914d70 Mon, Jun 6, 2022

the last comment here regarding relaxing was the only one I could take seriously haha but as for fent, they don’t deem it as safe, just less potent than many of its analogues. There are places where fentanyl use and deaths have trigggered states of emergency by national, provincial/state, and local governments. I do agree with the Heroin comment as well. Heroin just isn’t the same anymore. Also the next thing that I believe will be targeted hard are benzodiazepine analogues being pressed and sold by people who lie about the contents. That’s my fifty cents on the subject. Good day to you all

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85f44a60 Thu, Jun 9, 2022

^ click that shit and you deserve to go to jail

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