Irish Man Who Bought 117 grams of Cannabis From Dark Web Gets Charged With Simple Posession 1
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Irish Man Who Bought 117 grams of Cannabis From Dark Web Gets Charged With Simple Posession

A man found in possession of cannabis worth more than 2,000 euros bought it for his own use in the ” dark web.”

That was stated to judge Fiona L. in Achilles court on Thursday, when Kowalski (28) of Lakeview house, Boonakurri, Achilles was convicted of drug possession.

Inspector Denis H. told the court that on November 28, 2018, he searched the Lakeview house, Bunakurri, Achilles and found 117.4 grams of cannabis. He said the cost of cannabis was €20 per gram, meaning the drugs were worth €2,348.

He told judge Fiona L. there were no charges of selling or supplying the drug, as is often the case with such large sums, as there was no evidence that Mr. Kowalski had sold the drug.

Inspector Harrington said there was no physical evidence of weighing Scales or “tick lists”on his phone.

Inspector H. said that when Kowalski was interviewed, he said he had bought the drugs on the “dark web” – accessible only by t, allowing users and operators to remain anonymous and difficult to track-and paid for the cannabis with bitcoin.

Btc is “a decentralized digital currency without a Bank office or a local administrator that can be sent from user to user in a peer-to-peer bitcoin network without the need for intermediaries.”
He told Gardai the drugs were for his own use and he bought them online as he did not want to interact with drug dealers.

Inspector Harrington said the Director of public prosecutions had only brought the charge of mere possession, not intent to sell or deliver.

Defense attorney James ward said his client “fully cooperated” with gardaí and has since taken steps to stop using the drug, including receiving a urine test from his doctor to demonstrate that he no longer uses the drug. He also said his client works part – time and that he “deeply regrets” his actions.

The evidence and facts of his employer were referred to judge Lydon, who described it as”positive.” She said the number of drugs seized was a “problem” and said Mr. Kowalski was suitable for evaluation by the probation service.

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