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Sending cocaine from the Darknet: Monheimer in court

2021-10-12T00:33:09.840Z

For years they are said to have operated a flourishing cocaine trade on the Darknet: Two men from Monheim now have to go to court as alleged drug dealers.



For years they are said to have operated a flourishing cocaine trade on the Darknet: Two men from Monheim now have to go to court as alleged drug dealers.

Düsseldorf - A flourishing cocaine trade on the Darknet has brought two men from Monheim to court.

The 32 and 33-year-old defendants are said to be behind the cocaine business, with which, according to the investigators, they made a profit of 2.6 million euros.

The trial against the duo before the Düsseldorf regional court begins today, Tuesday (10 a.m.).

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They are said to have made money with the help of the so-called Darknet for almost five years before Internet investigators discovered them.

According to the indictment, they served more than 6,600 customer orders.

From November 2020, the alleged dealers are said to have sold cannabis in addition to cocaine.

When they were arrested last March, the police came across a cannabis plantation as well as 23 rifles and 14 pistols or revolvers and ammunition.

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Source: merkur

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