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A KFC employee who claimed and sold 200 kilograms of drugs through a black net was sentenced to 8 years in prison

darknet A KFC employee who claimed and sold 200 kilograms of drugs through a black net was sentenced to 8 years in prison
Darknet A KFC employee who claimed and sold 200 kilograms of drugs through a black net was sentenced to 8 years in prison

Fast food seems to come from an employee with first-class diplomas
Depressed in the job market, he became a drug dealer.

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Paul Johnson’s drug dealer imports and sells heroin,
They use cocaine, LSD, ketamine, fluoroformetamine and cannabis
The black and white network is associated with crime
The court heard the following.

The 322-year-old fried chicken worker has been secretly rescued from his humble twins on Market Harbor, where he lives with his
friend Lee Johnson and their baby.

The young couple may not meet the neighbors of the great Hammer.

Lawyer Luke Blackburn said Johnson is primarily involved in the business, not just other drugs.

Bring production to Canada, Spain and elsewhere.

Johnson pulls out and prepares an attic for customers in the UK to prepare the mail.

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Nicholas Dean KC said the work was done differently
We usually meet
Instance

On December 13, 2017, police issued an order to search Johnsons home near Northampton Street, Harbor Market.

Offerdigen
Drink a variety of lotion medications
Johnson called the wrong tea Labrador tea
The company used it as a facade to mislead the architecture of the house.

The suspect, a graduate of the company, started a drug trade in early 2015 and earned $ 1,868,946.

According to police, he had a bank account and 314,358 in cash in Bitcoin.

Selling drugs in a dark place

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He was selling drugs in the dark, Blackburn told Crown Court Leicester
place paid by bank transfer or money into your account or
In bitcoin.

“The dark space is used by several companies, mainly to buy and sell drugs.”

Wednesday
On 27 May and October 2017, the UK border service covered a radius of 20.8 km.
Johnson used the packages at three delivery addresses
Forty percent of people were drug addicts.

They are created
– a quarter kilogram of cocaine, 8.1 kilograms of ecstasy and
powder, three kilograms of sedatives and eight
Cannabis, each weighing half a kilogram to 10 kg
four and a half.

Another 170 kilograms of drugs were successfully handed over to the defendant.

This time ,.
In mid-2016, Nonson bought an apartment worth 175,000 TL. Irishman
Use the Range Rover for 20,000 TL and Nissan Juke
a car with the title 3116 TL.

The court said both cars were used by his wife.

The defendants’ good addresses are two houses in Cyprus, Colombia, Derby, the market, the port of Martin, Yard, and March, all
rented with tax and council services.

Johnson spent 34,340,000 packages with law firms and law firms.

“Paul Nunes did what his son did at home, even though he was working in the waiting room,” Blackburn said.

His wife, knowing what was going on, probably didn’t have the details.

“Yes
Keep him on dry ground as if he had done nothing wrong
That would have happened if he had not – he lost his money
It does not represent a specific drug.

“He said thank you.”
Most of their business is done with computer programs, e.g.
He works in the industry and is recognized.

He said he knew he was sending hemp to others.

He was willing to get a car and a house.

“This is a big problem as the market is selling no more than 5,175,000 units,” said Judge Dean.

At the time, Paul Johnson pleaded guilty
February 2015 and December 2017, and Class A and B births.
Remedies.

Lee Johnson admitted the purchase was due to the owner’s motive
Everyone and their mentors know each other’s meaning
Car pool

James Johnson told Paul Johnson he was acting as a “percussionist” rather than a guard card.

He said: She was a child laborer in Yorkshire.

“He worked hard to earn a respected graduate and went to college to work at KFC without knowing the reason for his renewal.”

In those days they had nothing for the labor market.

“Money was a crime, not money,” Varley said.

You try to reach certain numbers, and then you stop and you always get brutal.

He wants to take care of his wife and children and never become a pig. ”

You are lucky enough to get a better position than your last job.

Mr.
“It was cheaper and cheaper for cars,” Warley said
World; He tried to earn his living, but he didn’t
Make a lot of money around or pay attention.

“You are
Activities can be stopped well before the break
A long time ago, there was a danger of waking up and laughing.

“He’s alive
You know there are many prisons
A poor horse is better than a horse

“His objection and knowledge of the case are confirmed in a letter to the court.”

He said rumors about the issue were very popular with Johnson and his family.

Philip Gibbs missed Leah Johnson and said, I lived on STS
The room is calm and I suggest you close your eyes to see what happened.

Its not a good way of life.

“Most of the money in the bank is unlikely.”

The court said no defendant had a precedent.

in prison
Judge Dean Paul Johnson, who has been in office for eight years, said:
Proceed in times of conflict and crisis
An offer of 2 million. ”

Leah Johnson was sentenced to two and two years in prison.

The accused, who has a four-year-old son, appeared in court in May.

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Any real relationship

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exactly

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I advise people to stop buying from the market and use good equipment. I recently discovered TGC-RC, I can recommend them.

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