A man living in Tucson, one of the largest drug traffickers on the Internet, was convicted, officials said, 10 years later under
the Satellite Act.
Gary Steven Claudeok pleaded guilty to conspiracy to own and distribute methamphetamine. Because of that
He is expected to pay the state 88,888,000 of his sentence and will be released for up to five years in prison.
According to the spokesman, Colddoc uses the money on the Internet to pay for these drugs.
At the time of his arrest, he had deposited about 150 Bitcoins into his online account, but he did not have a password.
Unknown account. The amount of investment corresponding to the loss of Bitcoin is approximately 1.2 million.
Prosecutors said the Tri-General DYE, of Coladoc, had been operating in a violent explosion in the 3800 block of Hauser on the
North Tucson Road. Since then, he said, he has used the Black Communication Web sites on the Internet pages.
Personalized tools that allow people to use narcotics, cocaine, marijuana, drugs, Bitcoin and
Authorities searched the area and found four guns, 40,000 rounds of ammunition, ammunition, computers and unlicensed property.
Drugs and money are locked in safe places attached to books.
The agency says it sends 50 people to different people in two weeks.
When using the First US Post. The company sells modern medicine to Koldak and certificates from the blind government.
The plaintiff wrote in this document that before the execution, the defendant was involved in the drug. Notes
During the six months of April to September 2012, it looked at 250 suspicious packages sent by Koldak.
Prosecutors say Coldok has been able to sell drugs since 2013 at a place called Silk Road. Maximum
The federal government closed Silk Road after its operator was arrested. Prosecutors say beggars continue to sell drugs
in other dark places that developed after the closure of Silk Road.
Authorities said Koldok was arrested in June 2013 after firing a gun in northern Tucson. OK:
Coldock said he shot the perpetrators at his apartment. Bullets were fired during the incident
Prosecutors say he broke into the walls of nearby flats, though no one was injured. Police found no evidence that killed anyone
In the parrot’s apartment.
In this case, police found accessories, suitcases, books and shoes worth $ 10,000. said the soldier
At the time, investigators said he worked for a roofing company and had to send samples of roofing materials. he was
He was sentenced to a task.
The prosecutor writes that this motion did not help curb the internet of people accused of drug trafficking. It was even more
According to him, when he was arrested in 2015 for drug charges.
Instead, the postal inspector heard that Koldook saw the packages in the car.
He was sent to the office to attend a meeting with the detective. These packages were taken from them and introduced illegally
into the market
At the hearing, the investigator stated:
Colddock is also protesting the matter on World Day. Rumor has it that four mathematicians died in May 2014
I ask the Florida court to recognize him as a refugee. This is the second procedure in federal court
They added to the sale of illegal drugs on the plane last week.