Mysterious angels are involved in arms and drug trafficking.
Police say 53 people were arrested during a Facebook investigation.
The arrests came after lawyers found human traffickers and reached an agreement with private parties on Facebook.
If our police officers are not buying this property now, they will sell it. He sold Anthony Rico
It is best to sell them at gunpoint, as buyers know they should be avoided.
The agency’s organized crime bureau investigators said intelligence agents had received false information. Most Facebook Users:
This group is not found in simple searches. You call them But police say Facebook banned him when he was
Understand that they are not secret officers.
There is a crime on Facebook. The culprits have been identified by their Facebook privacy so that they can sell the product
The recipient said illegal drugs. People whose names have been illegally blocked through Facebook
But if spies worked, Facebook would stop them.
Because they are fake.
Police have not said that Facebook supports crime, but the company does
That was enough to stop drug dealers and gun sales.
With the help of neighbors and businesses, you can work on Facebook to stop selling
Commercial Police Chief Charlie Beck said the weapons were illegal. The only difference is where you buy.
Facebook spokeswoman Sarah Pollock posted the following statement:
> There is no place to sell illegal drugs or weapons on our platform. Delete and view content or accounts that violate our
We eliminate more than 97% of materials sold and more than 93% of firearms sales before they are notified.
We are consulting with the mayor of Lightfoot to promote public safety in Chicago.
Keep them. I wanted to respond quickly to Chicagos legitimate agreements
Check who has broken the law and look for questions about reliable risks to avoid injury.