Police arrested 53 police officers in connection with the sale of illegal weapons
Illegal weapons and drug trafficking were confiscated.
Police say 53 people have been arrested in a search operation known as Facebook.
Police have been charged with buying and selling on Facebook.
According to the police, consumers can buy weapons and ammunition according to Facebook law.
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They know what weapons are for sale because of their customers.
They bought it in secret.
Researchers from SGG Crime Imposition Center
Private groups make these features invisible to regular Facebook users.
This group includes convenience. They should get it, though
Police said they stopped Facebook when they found out it was a secret.
Without a leader to look at
Facebook organizes criminals, criminals know how to work.
Facebook provides privacy and collects money from illegal sales.
Riccio Drugs says people do things illegally.
Facebook did not block them, exactly when
Check if there are any private organizations with hidden identifiers.
Facebook will kill these administrators because they are not real people.
Police did not say Facebook helped.
Criminal activities, however, said the company did not do enough
The group ended the sale of drugs and weapons.
The only requirement is to work with Facebook and work with it
Working with neighbors and businesses to prevent illegal trade;
Acting Chief of Police Charlie Beck said. The only difference
Where to buy.
Facebook spokeswoman Sarah Pollack announced:
We are not armed with law enforcement officers
Platform. We also delete data and accounts that violate our Terms
It accounts for 97 percent of drug sales and 93 percent of hand-sold products
The problem we raised was obvious.
Our conversation with Lightfoots was a success
Promote public safety in Chicago and hope it continues
Mono. We immediately decided to respond to the peoples courts
To prosecute the Chicago Police Department
It also addresses all issues related to the real threats of harm prevention.