The 37-year-old Modesto man was sentenced Thursday to five years and 10 months in prison for selling methamphetamine.
Court documents show government officials are investigating Omar Isha as the CEO of the Dark Accountant Dr Frosty. Doctor.
It is sold in markets such as Meth, Dream Market, Empire Market and Silk Road 3.1.
In secret, government officials bought tracks from Dr. Frosty and hid metamorphosis
Boxes, according to court documents.
Isho vowed to adopt on May 8 with the intent of delivering 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.
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A U.S. district judge today sentenced Isha, 37, based in Modesto, California. Morrison S., England, five years.
Ornie McGregor Scott was sentenced to ten months in prison for possession of methamphetamine.
Representatives of the unions arrested the doctor according to court documents. An investigation was launched into Isho as an
accounting client sold by Frosty
Methamphetamine, Dream Market, Empire Market and Silk Road 3.1 on the black market. Federal agents have been arrested
He secretly buys methamphetamine from his accounts and shares the methamphetamine ego box. August
8, Isho has agreed to distribute at least 50 grams or more of methamphetamine.
The US Internal Security Service (HSI) will continue to identify, prosecute and prosecute criminals such as Ishao.
HSIM Special Representative Titum King said profits from online drug sales were black.
Francisco and California, California. The results of the agency’s investigation sent a strong signal to drug dealers
The anonymity of the Internet does not prevent us from fulfilling our obligation to legislate to ensure public safety. HSI
Investigate your international, national, government access, consolidation and enforcement of international law, violations, and
Eliminate illegal networks that threaten the Internet and our communities.
The case is the result of a study by the Northern Digital Economy (NCIDE) and a Portuguese team.
The multidisciplinary team consists of lawyers from HSI in the United States. Pos Monitoring Service, Federal Bureau of
Assistant Commissioner Quinn Hohlter suggested.