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Discussion in 'Steroid News Forum' started by eryximachus, May 8, 2018.
Hahah well said bro.
I know this is a popular refrain on steroid forums. But more often than not, it is simply false. LE has made it clear that it is willing to pursue steroid trafficking whether or not other narcotic/opioid drugs are involved.
Also, I should point out that NDG really didn't have a clue on how to launder their money. They apparently moved bitcoin through "one or more intermediary cryptocurrency 'wallets'" before cashing out into their bank accounts through Coinbase.
The Manhattan DA specifically thanked Coinbase for its assistance.
Great insight, as always.
Yeah saw that part, I think I read recently that coinbase was one of the first bitcoin wallets to be asking for ID verification. I know blockchain recently offered $25.00 in XLM to its customers that were willing to go thru verification of ID. People have got to be really desperate to sellout their anonymity for such a small incentive.
I second that
You turn dirty money into real money by creating a business front and funnel money in through transactions using the dirty money.
There even a song written about how to turn dirty money to real money. “Ghetto dope “ lol
Herein lies the problem: greed. A shit ton of dealers don't want to pay taxes on their profits (who does, really?). Is it really washed if it's not being taxed?
Correct, it must be taxed to be considered laundered money. The only exceptions to this rule are numbered bank accounts in Switzerland which no longer exists and overseas businesses that have less strict standards. To do this though you have to be in the hundreds of millions and most of us that laundered money are in the Million or less range
Of coarse selling is selling ... If they didn't say that then they would simply look bad . So it would dumb not to.
You miss the point.
They are more focused on drugs that are killing people and is causing an an issue in the US
Well, if that is the point, then why literally say something entirely different?
^^^ oh stop it with your logical thinking...
Come on they do not care about a schedule III controlled substance, but all of the sudden cared cause they saw they also had a schedule IV controlled substance, a category the DEA states is less restricted. Sure I could see them caring about the benzos more, but it’s foolish to dilute yourself into thinking they do not care about roids. If they truly did not care they’d drop it from the controlled substances list. And they probably care more about not receiving $ more than any drug.
And that my friends ... is the unfortunate truth. They didn’t get their cut of the action, so there will be not more action to be got. I would also like to add there they was probably some negative publicity that was associate with NDG “behind the curtains” what I mean by this is that there were probably a number of people that might have overdose on opiates and benzos, and ndg was then thrown under the bus, or maybe some Moran found out that his dick won’t work temporarily because he did a deca only cycle and dose it to high. A parent found out a high school coast was referring players to using aas. Or maybe a NFL PLAYER THEY SPOKE ABOUT, got caught doping. I am not stating these as being fact, but in more cases than not there are usually situations such as ones mentioned above, that can snowball into the much bigger,
CASE-MAKING-REASON(s) that they put the kibosh to the whole get down.
I honestly think USA laws are extremely strict for anabolic users and sellers. One client told me;
"You can buy Rimobolan from pharmacy but I cant. I can buy AK-47(he has one) from gun shop but you cant."
So for USA law, this should mean using Rimobolan is more risky than using AK 47, which I cant agree
Another thing is that, clients of those UGLs are concerned about having legal issues, I dont think they should. DEA cant come after receivers of all 10 000 shippings. They will probably just look for resellers who get like at least 50 bottles per week.
Yeah, but the right to bear arms is our right.
Yeah, but that opens the way for stupid 16 y.o. kids to get their hands on full automatic guns much easier and murder half of their school unfortunately.
Yeah but the question, remains, how is the DEA finding the resellers??? Or how do they have a list of clients?? You would think that an NFL player someone in the public eye would be a tad more cautious about how he receives purchases his anabolics.
That mean that the site owners/NDG were sloppy. That their site kept web logs, of activity. Thats the same thing as keeping a ledger except worse. Because even if someone doesn’t make a purchase on the site, That there was record of someone LOOKING/visiting. That’s why I avoid sites at all cost. It also shows me that seller is not very concerned with my overall security, they are just concerned with the clients ease of making a purchase with in an around about way is they are more concerned with their pockets getting fatter.