Matthew Yensan
How the Feds Caught Matthew Yensan in Two Months

Matthew Yensan, a alprazolam vendor from Raleigh, North Carolina, just received a 78-month prison sentence for distributing producing alprazolam and selling it on the darknet, dealing with the proceeds of a crime, and having several firearms while committing said crime. The DEA’s investigation into the 23-year-old lasted less than six months and required almost no work from the DEA themselves. Here is how they did it.

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LSD from a Russian Police Bust
Russian Man Arrested for Buying LSD Online

Anti-drug trafficking agents of Russia’s Ministry of Internal Affairs arrested a 35-year-old from Elista for ordering LSD from a vendor on the internet. The press release explained that the man had used the internet to order a small amount of LSD. The man provided a vendor with his address. Police intercepted the package at as it entered the city of Elista.

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Police Catfished the Tabooless Admin

During the recent sentencing of the Tabooless administrator, investigators detailed the steps taken during the investigation. According to two investigators, they caught the 50-year-old through what non-technical readers would refer to as “catfishing.” Long story short, they posed as a woman who seduced the admin, slowly chipping away at his anonymity.

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