During the invasion, there was a dark stream of weapons and drugs.
During an investigation into the Facebook operation, police said 53 people had been arrested.
The detainees were spotted by smugglers and authorities, seen on private Facebook groups, and reached an agreement.
Police said the criminals were looking for weapons and drugs because they were removed due to Facebook’s privacy and policy.
If our secret agents don’t buy it right away, they’ll do it
Selling, wrong before. Anthony Ricardo sells well
What do you do for a rifle in a gun shop?
He said he is a member of the Directorate of organized crime investigations
These deals are done in secret groups. Some Facebook users will not be able to find them
These groups are easy to find. Named last. However
When police found out that they were not hiding on Facebook, they said they would stop
No approval from the authorities.
Facebook Criminal Arrests. Criminals know how to use it
Facebook loves privacy and uses them illegally
The CCO doctor has a . People who work illegally
His Facebook personality did not stop him. But never
Be aware that employees with unknown names are not anonymous.
These employees are hired by Facebook as they are not actual officers.
Police don’t say Facebook helps anyone
Criminal activity, however, says the company is not doing enough
Close groups selling drugs and equipment.
You can now work on Facebook as before
Cooperate with neighboring countries and businesses to prevent the illegal arms trade;
Said store manager Charlie Burke. The only difference
During the purchase
In a statement, Facebook spokesperson Sarah Pollack said:
> No drug trafficking or arms trade.
Communication. Remove content and accounts that violate the policy again
Over 97% of drug trafficking cases and 93% of human trafficking cases have been arrested.
Content should be removed before filing a complaint.
We had a fruitful discussion with the mayor of Lightfoots.
We are working to improve the security of Chicago.
We are ready to respond quickly to agreed procedures.
Chicago police attempted a crime
Address the challenges posed by the threat of injury prevention.