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They got paid in Bitcoin: charges against seven darknet dealers | Regional




Trier / Koblenz – They are said to have traded drugs on the Darknet and earned at least 31.3 Bitcoins (around EUR 1.25 million). Now the State Central Cybercrime Office (LZC) of the Koblenz Public Prosecutor’s Office has brought charges against seven suspects (29 to 65 years old).

The gang will soon have to answer before the Trier District Court because most of the accused lived in the Eifel and ran their business from there.

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The accused are accused of this: According to LKA investigations, they are said to have sold drugs and pharmaceuticals via several Darknet marketplaces (including “DarkMarket”) between March 2019 and August 8, 2021. Orders were anonymized, payment was made exclusively via crypto currencies, and delivery was made by post.

Aid to around 250,000 criminal offenses Cyber ​​bunker gang is silent at the start of the process

Aid to around 250,000 crimes: Cyber ​​bunker gang remains silent at the start of the trial

Source: BILD / Reuters / Südwestrundfunk (SWR)

October 20, 2020




With more than 8,000 individual sales, the gang is said to have at least 426.67 kilos of amphetamine, 3.87 kilos of heroin, 2 kilos of MDMA, 15.96 kilos of hashish, 957.2 grams of meow meow (mephedrone), 195.35 grams of cocaine, 10,899 LSD -Trips and sold 72,539 ecstasy tablets. Three accused are in custody, one of whom confesses.

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Hasan Sheikh
Hasan, who loves technology and games, is studying Computer Engineering at Delhi JNU. He has been writing technology news since 2016.
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