A 37-year-old woman was arrested in the United States. After his arrest in the district court, he was sentenced to six years in
He allegedly left Canada for North Dakota to recover chemical weapons purchased in a dark place.
CG Liu from Manitoba, Winnipeg, will remain in the murder zone until the sentence is transferred to Canada.
In North Dakota, USA. Depending on the case before the circuit court.
Liu respected him when he took over in March 2019.
According to court documents:
Leo arrives in Port Pambina on March 5, 2019, from Manitoba, North Dakota.
Liu told U.S. customs and border guards that his destination was to go to the United States for Great Shopping.
Forks said he would like to return to Canada later.
After a visit to the United States, Liu went to a commercial e-mail agency in Pambina, where law enforcement officials.
Note that Planes Glove says her name is Julie Chan and offers some bags.
Leo walks out of the post office.
According to court documents, Liu was recently convicted of attempting to obtain chemical weapons. Please
I went to a secret dark website. In some parts of the Internet, search engines do not provide indexes
Special or licensed software. There he approaches the secret agent and takes 10 ml of poison.
The type of poison used is unclear.
Liu also tried to buy protective equipment so he could use security toxins, according to court documents.
The federal prosecutor and Lucy’s attorney agreed to six years in prison, according to a March court ruling.
It is the result of a court decision.
How poisonous is used is unclear in the literature.
According to court documents, Liu told police after his arrest before being questioned by authorities:
I know what I’ve done.
Later, when Liu spoke to a man who claimed to be his wife, he said he was breaking the law
He was arrested on bail.
Liu was convicted of another crime. More details about this claim
The documents are also unclear as the court is one of many cases in which the case has been sealed.
On Thursday, U.S. attorneys in North Dakota and Lewis did not respond to a request for comment.