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German Darknet Drug Dealer Sentenced to 7 Years in Prison

A software engineer from Geldern, Germany, was sentenced to seven years in prison after he was found guilty of darknet drug trafficking. The 37-year-old man had told the court that he engaged in the illicit sale of drugs to help his cousin. In passing the sentence, the court determined that the man sold cannabis and its products through the darknet ... Read More »

Germany in the DeepWeb Admin Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

A German court sentenced the owner of one of most prolific dark web forums in Germany to six years in prison for allowing the sale of firearms on the forum. A judge held him accountable for several homicides and assaults connected to the forum. A 31-year-old from Karlsruhe was identified as the owner of the German dark web forum, “Germany ... Read More »

MDMA Dealer Sentenced to Two Years for Selling at a Music Festival

A prolific MDMA and LSD dealer from Tennessee was sentenced to federal prison at a recent hearing in a federal court. The dealer was known to both law enforcement officers and to his customers as “Molly Poppins.” At the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Tennessee, Judge Travis McDonough sentenced Graham Clark, also known as “Molly Poppins,” ... Read More »

Darkweb Drug Dealer Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison in Germany

No less than one week ago after being found guilty of operating a successful darkweb drug trafficking operation, a 33-year-old from the district of Weissenburg-Gunzenhausen in Bavaria was sentenced to eight years in prison during a sentencing hearing at the Ansbach District Court. Over the course of roughly one year, the convicted drug dealer sold more than 30 kilograms of ... Read More »

Darkweb Drug Dealer “OxyMonster” Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison

The darkweb drug vendor OxyMonster was sentenced to 20 years in prison in a Florida courtroom in early October. The court heard that OxyMonster both sold controlled substances on several darkweb markets and worked as a senior staff member on one of the most popular markets in existence. Gal Vallerius, a 36-year-old French national who had entered the United States ... Read More »

University Student Sentenced to 6 Years After Purchasing a Pistol Over the Dark Web

A university student was sentenced to over six years by Judge Roderick Henderson of Birmingham Crown Court, after he pleaded guilty to the charges of attempted possession of a firearm, possession of a restricted firearm and possession of articles of fraud. The charges against 23-year-old Assan Hussain stemmed from his failed attempt of importing an automatic pistol and 50 rounds ... Read More »

Darkweb Firearm Dealer Sentenced to Five Years in Prison

In late September, a U.S. District Judge in California sentenced a darkweb firearm supplier to five years in prison for unlawfully dealing and manufacturing firearms. The gun dealer signed a plea agreement in June that dropped a second firearm charge in exchange for the plea. U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr. sentenced Michael Paul Grisham Smith, 44, to five ... Read More »

Austrian Vendor “AustriaNarcos” Sentenced to Seven Years

According to investigators at the Department of Drug Trafficking at the Federal Criminal Police Office, a young man living in Lower Austria controlled several dark web vendor accounts and distributed drugs throughout Austria and “half of Europe.” The man, unemployed and living at his mother’s house, had earned more than 300,000 euros through the drug trade. The Federal Criminal Police ... Read More »

Dream Vendor “DoggFood” Sentenced to Seven Years in Prison

On August 14, 2018, U.S. District Judge Deborah K. Chasanow sentenced a former United States Postal Service employee to seven years in prison for distributing heroin, buprenorphine, and cocaine on the darkweb. The man, last May, admitted that he had been operating a dark web vendor account on the Dream marketplace for roughly one year. Although the man’s heroin led ... Read More »