Alpha Bay and Vendor Rendor of Seattle were sentenced to eight years in prison
A 40-year-old Seattle man was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in federal prison.
Fentanyl drug use on dark internet.
According to court documents, Matthew Witters sold more than 2,00 fentanyl between Alphabet and Dream
Market-branded sites between 2015 and
2017, with sales exceeding $ 1 million.
U.S. District Judge John Kuhneur sued him, seized him during the trial, and said Witters sold him.
Drugs are dangerous.
According to him, fentanyl sellers have given their money to public safety.
Brian T. Moran, American lawyer. The sale of these items applies not only to trapped customers, but also to innocent players
Family members may have more or less poison.
According to court documents, the whites contacted the police
The company, known as the “Dark Web Carrier,” was found in drug addicts in Oklahoma and California.
Police stopped selling White Alphabet names in July 2017, and Whiteers was arrested in December.
October 10, 2018.
The next day, officers searched the beach for a security guard. There were many
The pistol contained 165,000 coins, various control items, postage stamps, shampoos and watches.
The whites have been in custody since his arrest and planned to distribute ugly drugs in June.