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Operation Facebook: Police arrested 53 people in connection with the illegal sale of weapons

darknet Operation Facebook: Police arrested 53 people in connection with the illegal sale of weapons
Darknet Operation Facebook: Police arrested 53 people in connection with the illegal sale of weapons

Fraud and fraud are subject to internet traffic.

Police say 53 people have been arrested in connection with a money laundering investigation.

The policeman was arrested after an investigation and cooperation with the sellers of a private Facebook group.

Police say customers are looking for weapons and drugs this way because they differ based on Facebooks privacy policy.

If our secret agents do not buy them directly, they sell them first at a discount. Anthony Riccio for sale
Also buy some at gun stores to let buyers know they are buying with caution.

The investigation, as part of the CPD’s Criminal Procedure Plan, determined that members of the police force signed the agreement.
Facebook users regularly
You will not find this group for easy search. They are invited. Police say they have them
You know that secret agents are not what they claim.

Facebook regrets terrorists. Offenders know how to use the privacy policy provided by Facebook and like to sell.
The drugs are illegal, Ricky said. People who engage in criminal activity, as long as your privacy is not covered by Facebook.
In short, if they do this work privately, Facebook will appear it.
Because they are not real.

Police did not say Facebook was involved in any of the breaches, but they did say the company declined.
Only one group that sells drugs and weapons.

We just need to be able to work with Facebook in the same way we work with neighbors and businesses to stop sales.
illegal weapons, said High Commissioner Charlie Beck. The only difference is where you buy.

Facebook spokeswoman Sarah Pollack said:

> It is not illegal to sell drugs and weapons. We will remove content and accounts that violate our policies
more than 97% of drug sales and more than 93% of arms sales that we eliminated before we found out about them.

In the office of most light-footed we had good discussions about promoting public safety in Chicago and I hope
Hide it We remain ready for a brief response to the Chicago trial.
Those who break the law are guilty and take all reasonable steps to prevent harm.

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