Counterfeit Oxycodone Vendor "OxyGod" Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison

Counterfeit Oxycodone Vendor "OxyGod" Sentenced to 17 Years in Prison

A 22-year-old Santa Ana man was sentenced to more than 17 years in federal prison for selling counterfeit oxycodone pills on the darkweb under the username “OxyGod” as well as money laundering and being a felon in possession of a firearm. The defendant and two co-conspirators ran a massive drug distribution operation out of an apartment in Newport Beach, California, prosecutors said.

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Alaska Man Admits Illegally Selling Firearms Online

Alaska Man Admits Illegally Selling Firearms Online

Ben Handley, a 25-year-old from Homer, Alaska, admitted selling illegally modified Glocks over the internet, according to a recently submitted plea agreement. The government accused him of using the darkweb and “darkweb email addresses” to ship all least 12 illegally modified firearms to one or more customers in the United States.

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12 Suspects Charged for Drug Trafficking in "BigActionMan50" Case

12 Suspects Charged for Drug Trafficking in "BigActionMan50" Case

At a district court in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, twelve suspects are facing charges for operating a massive drug trafficking network through the darkweb, according to a spokesperson. The 12 suspects, along with as many as eight unidentified co-conspirators, allegedly sold more than one million euros worth of marijuana through Dream Market and other darkweb markets.

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