World Order said Tuesday that one of the biggest chaos in internet activity was the arrest of 179 retailers.
And illicit drug buyers in Europe and the United States.
The DisrupTor operator aims to sell drugs in the US and across Europe via the Internet.
The Ministry of Justice says the operation has been completed
* 179 detainees, including 121 Americans.
* .5 Seize 6.5 million
More than 500 kilograms of drugs were seized worldwide.
* 274 kilograms of methamphetamine seized in the United States.
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Most were arrested in the United States, 121 in Germany, 42 in Germany and eight in the Netherlands.
In England, three in Austria and one in Sweden.
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Edward Ileris, Head of the European Cybercrime Center (EC3) at Europol, said it was a review.
In the United States, the action lasted nine months and led to lawsuits in California, Georgia, Virginia and Texas.
The most famous arrest took place in Cincinnati, and five members of the working group were appointed.
Pilkosby and Slanggan, according to court records.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation says the group was formed in early 2013 and is used in Darknet stores to sell drugs under
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Among the defendants are: Halary Sirotkin (36), Colorado; Kelly Stevens, 32, Colorado; Sean Diver, Nevada, 36, Abby Basasha
37 from Nevada; And Sasha Sirotkin, 32, from California.
Delegates said more members were given more names.
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According to FQB estimates, the group sold 33.9 kg of fentanyl in the first five months of 2019.
From April 2018 to September 2019, FBI officers ordered 587 fentanyl drugs in a group of 15 people.
Allegedly, all were sent to southern Ohio.
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No further information has been released yet, they will be shared with you in the coming days.