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Black trader ‘OvrWeight’ remains on Canadian website arrested after long RCMP investigation

darknet Black trader 'OvrWeight' remains on Canadian website arrested after long RCMP investigation
Darknet Black trader 'OvrWeight' remains on Canadian website arrested after long RCMP investigation

A year after a federal drug trafficking investigation into a black network, the RCMP fired a drug processing lab and arrested
three suspects on Vancouver Island. S. RCMP Statement Today (Feb. 13) January 2019 Organized Crime and Serious Crime RCMP (FSOC)
Epeterform Project, an online drug research project Shopping on a dark website (for personal use only) Software or licenses and
users remain anonymous) and Bitcoin The exchange project has been implemented with Canada Post, Rio Nanaimo and Powell RCMP This
project is planned Target a black online retailer of products called sea turtles Encrypted links with the name bcpremo88 are also
found. inventor During the meeting, find out if there is a store in Nanayomo Evidence of Retailers Selling and Distributing
Cocaine-Like Drugs Heroin, methamphetamine, gamma hydroxybutyrate (GHB) and psilocybin (Mushrooms), Ketamine and Fentanyl for
Canadians. On February 4 this year, RCMP officers used a search ad at 397 Hammond Bay Road in Nanaimo. Police found GHB on the
spot. Information from smuggling evidence can also be found in the processing laboratory and online. Later that day, police
searched 6,100 apartments. Sierra location in Nanaimo with evidence of drug trafficking in the dark The website was also found.
Authorities arrested three Nanaimo residents. So far no charges have been made and the investigation is ongoing.

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