Five University Students Sentenced For Allegedly Selling Million Dollars Of Drugs In Dark Web

Five University Students Sentenced For Allegedly Selling Million Dollars Of Drugs In Dark Web

Approximately $1.12 million worth of drugs were sold by five students from the University of Manchester on the dark web using Bitcoin. Reported, a group of five undergraduate students in pharmacology, computer science, petrochemical engineering, geology, and marketing was arrested. The ringleader, Basil Assaf, is sentenced and jailed for 15 years and three months.

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