A 33-year-old woman was convicted in the United States. The district court sentenced him to six years in prison
He left Canada for North Dakota in search of chemical weapons purchased from the black network.
UCG Liu is in the Cass County Jail in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and was convicted in Canada.
Following are documents from the North Dakota Regional Court in the United States.
Liu has been responsible for his time since his arrest in March 2019.
According to court documents:
Leo passed through the port of entry of D-Manitoba on March 5, 2019 in Pimina, North Dakota.
Liu told US customs and border officials that the purpose of the trip to the United States was to purchase a subsidy.
Wilk said he wanted to return to Canada that day.
After the American Crusade in Lyon, he contacted the law enforcement agency in Pembino, where the law was applied.
The men wore comfortable clothing, which many packs claim was Liu Jelly China.
Leo was arrested for delivering mail and parcels.
According to court records, Lee was previously convicted of attempted possession of a firearm. That is what they should do
Part of the Internet is the password for accessing the website for anonymous services that are not favored by search and
Special programs or access rules. There, talk to an FBI agent so they can get 10 ml. Poison can go.
The route of toxin is unclear.
According to court records, Liu also tried to find a safe device that could be used for poisoning and poisoning.
As the agreement was signed in March, prosecutors and Louis lawyers sentenced him to 10 years in prison.
It is the series of problems that arise.
Judicial records do not show how the poison was used.
Legal notes After Liu was arrested before being questioned by authorities, he told law enforcement:
I know what I did wrong
While talking to someone she knew as her husband, Leo asked if he had broken the law and what.
Legal documents will be provided.
The other two charges against Liu are part of a coalition. For more information about payments
Not surprisingly, this document is one of the few documents signed by the court.
Neither the U.S. Attorneys Office nor Lewis attorneys responded to requests for comment Thursday.