Mid-last week, a drug seller, known as "Drug Llama," was sentenced to a thirteen-year jail term for being in possession and selling fentanyl through the veil of the darknet. Drug Llama was, at one point, one of the most popular drug vendors on the darknet.
The American attorney office discovered that the convict, a 32-year-old woman whose real name is Melissa Scanlan, partnered with a mate from San Diego, a 34-year-old bloke who goes by the name Brandan Arias to distribute the scheduled class A drug throughout the USA. Arias was last year jailed for nine years.
The vehicle for her trade was a dark web website called "Dream Market," and her specific trades was about fifty-two thousand fentanyl pills from October 2016 to August 2018. The veil to conceal this couldn't have been more perfect than the dark web conduit, which was untraceable by authorities.
The spoils of their toils were in every way rewarding as they are approximated to have made an upwards $100,000, which they evenly partitioned. The two are believed to have caused several overdose cases in the course of their practice.
The Food and Drug Administration office (FDA) significantly contributed to the investigation of this case alongside the Drug Enforcement Administration, the Postal Inspection Service, the Customs Border and Protection, the Department of Homeland Security alongside other relentless American agencies.
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