D.Y. A 37-year-old man is accused of a criminal offense after committing a crime in district court. The suspect was sentenced to
six years in prison.
He claims he traveled from Northern Canada to find chemical weapons he bought on the dark web.
Kg Liu of Winnipeg, Manitoba, will remain in Cass County until he is transferred to Canada to serve his sentence.
D. According to documents filed with a North Dakota local court.
Liu has been booked since his arrest in March 2019.
According to court documents:
Liu moved from North Dakota to Manitoba to Pembina, ND. Come March 5, 2019.
Liu told a U.S. border defense and control officer that his intention to go to the United States was to get to Grande.
You. He said he planned to go to Canada that day.
After returning to the United States, Liu went to the office by email for Pembina, who had gone to the police.
Best of all, Liu presented a package called to him by Julie Chen.
At the end of the company, Liu was arrested and received letters and packages.
According to a court document, Lee was last tested for possession of chemical weapons. He made it happen
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According to a court document, Liam was looking for a protective device to be used to detoxify the toxin.
The prosecutor and attorney who signed in March were sentenced to 6 years in prison.
That is, they are not tied to the proposed method.
It is currently unknown what he will do after leaving the post.
According to a court document, he told law enforcement officials before Ishwar’s arrest and asked investigators: “I
I knew i was wrong
Later, when Liu spoke to a man he had identified as his wife, he stated that he had broken the law and had done so before.
He was arrested according to court documents.
Two other crimes were tried against Luiga. This is more about payments
This document is the seal of the court as it is one of the few documents related to the case.
our. Lizzie, a law firm and a law firm in the North Dakota State Department, declined to comment today.