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Discussion in 'Steroid Underground' started by NVOJOEL, Apr 16, 2015.
"Mister meanor" hahahaha!!! You can see why his name is musclehead, not "college grad". Haha.
On the bright side he has one hell of a chance to get a diploma. If he plays his cards right he'll have as much sex as I did when I was in college. Different crowd than I had but hey, minor details.
I feel like he can pick his minor but his major will be sexual education by the bell curve.
School of hard knocks... or is it cocks?
Almost as good as a "mister meaner"
Not even a loose grasp on common spelling lmfao
Was curious to know what has become of muscleheadhead320. He’s been assigned to FCI Fort Dix, a low security federal facility about 18 miles from Trenton, NJ.
His projected release date currently is 12/28/25. As @VaginaShark noted earlier mh320 (or someone for him) posted on his ig page he can be released in 6 years with good behavior and credit for time served. His PRD will move progressively closer if he stays out of trouble. He also can get time taken off his sentence if he completes a drug treatment program. @biggerben69 , @Millard Baker and others have written about the factors that determine the length of an inmate's sentence and the security level of the facility assigned.
@biggerben69’s posts #629 and 676 are interesting writing from the perspective of a man who has a lot of knowledge and experience related to the prison system. His words and mh320's sad saga (especially the impact of his actions on his 2 kids) leave a lot to think about.
On a side note, tren is not listed among the items available through the prison commissary. He can get lifting gloves, straps and a belt there though.
There's a rumor they are going to stock Onyx pure oil for injec...err...premium oil lube. Apparently a large amount is available at a very low closeout price. Multiple older posts on social media say it’s absolutely the best stuff on the market and promise the buyer definitely will get screwed one way or another. The prison staff recently met a source guaranteed to be gtg.
i sometimes wonder, how did Onyx, the real pharmaceutical company, find out about what MH320 was doing?
i figured, what are the odds of an employee from the company seeing MH320's brand and narcing on him?
What do you want to bet, some stupid noobs emailed the company to try to place orders or get authenticity checks?
Damn that sucks
Swish! Nothing but net on that one!
So the stupidity of the clueless ruined the stupidity of the clueless? Annnnd we come full circle.
Ouch...noobs fell for that one and certainly the biggest mistake on MH320's part in coming up with a lab name that happens to be the name of a pharma company. Shows he is not that bright.
He even used their logo
Exactly and no wonder why some people who bought Onyx gear got confused and ended up contacting the real Onyx to verify authenticity.
That dude was straight up counterfeiting their shit. Even though the real onyx never made any of that.
Don't fuck with big pharma
i'm not sure what the hell he was thinking? Like stealing the name and logo of a legit company, for the use in something illegal, wouldn't come back to bite him in the ass?
Two things not to fuck with.. your taxes and Big pharma
Melissa Sclafani shared ownership of Wicked Tan with @musclehead320 as front for laundering proceeds from Onyx Pharma counterfeit steroid sales:
ICE HSI counterfeit steroid trafficking, money laundering case leads to prison sentence in Massachusetts
BOSTON —- A Gloucester, Massachusetts, woman was sentenced to prison April 26 in federal court in Boston for her role in a conspiracy to traffic counterfeit steroids and launder money following charges brought from a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations(HSI)-led case.
Melissa Sclafani, 30, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to one year and one day in prison and two years of supervised release. Sclafani pleaded guilty in June, 2017 to one count of conspiracy with intent to distribute and to distribute counterfeit steroids and one count of conspiracy to launder money, in the case which was prosecuted by the Office of United States Attorney Andrew E. Lelling.
HSI Boston identified a counterfeit steroid organization run by Sclafani and others operating since at least early 2016 which smuggled raw steroid from China/Hong Kong into the United States and manufactured injectable anabolic steroids which were advertised and sold over social media sites, fitness blogs, and email as “Onyx Pharmaceuticals”. The steroids were marketed and sold with counterfeit labeling, holograms and branding and distributed all over the United States.
As a result of the investigation, six federal arrest warrants and five federal search warrants were executed which yielded 9 kilograms of raw powder steroids, over 35,000 units of finished steroid units, laboratory production equipment, 14,000 fraudulent branding labels and boxes and more than $500,000 dollars in cash. The investigation was led by agents from HSI-Boston and was assisted by team members from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and the Food and Drug Administration’s Office of Criminal Investigation, New York Field Office.
Source: ICE HSI counterfeit steroid trafficking, money laundering case leads to prison sentence in Massachusetts
Department of Justice
U.S. Attorney’s Office
District of Massachusetts
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Fitchburg Woman and Saugus Man Sentenced for Roles in Counterfeit Steroid Conspiracy
BOSTON – A Fitchburg woman and a Saugus man were sentenced today in federal court in Boston for their roles in a steroid trafficking conspiracy.
Elizabeth Green, 30, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Allison D. Burroughs to two years of probation. In December 2017, Green pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. Brian Petzke, 49, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton to two years in prison and two years of supervised release. In February 2018, Petzke pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. Petzke and six others, including Green’s sister, were charged in April 2017 for their roles in the conspiracy. Green was later charged by Information.
From approximately May 2015 until April 12, 2017, the conspirators manufactured steroid products made from raw materials that they purchased overseas and marketed as “Onyx” steroids using “Onyx” labels that were also ordered from overseas suppliers. Onyx, now owned by Amgen Inc., is a legitimate pharmaceutical company that does not manufacture steroids.
The defendants sold the steroids to customers across the United States using email and social media platforms, collected payment through money remitters, such as Western Union and MoneyGram, and used false identifications and multiple remitter locations to pick up the proceeds. Some of the defendants laundered proceeds from the steroid sales through Wicked Tan LLC, a tanning business in Beverly, which they owned and operated specifically to launder the proceeds of the steroid operation.
Green’s role in the conspiracy was to collect customer payments from money remitters using false identifications and provide those proceeds to another member of the organization. Green retrieved more than $220,000 in customer payments for steroid purchases.
Petzke’s principal roles in the conspiracy were receiving packages containing raw steroid powder; shipping steroids to customers throughout the United States at the direction of co-defendants Tyler Baumann and Phillip Goodwin; and picking up steroid proceeds from money remitters at the direction of Baumann and Goodwin.
Baumann and Goodwin each pleaded guilty and were sentenced in March 2018 to 10 years and 130 months in prison, respectively.
United States Attorney Andrew E. Lelling; Peter C. Fitzhugh, Special Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations in Boston; Delany De Leon-Colon, Acting Inspector in Charge of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service; and Jeffrey Ebersole, Special Agent in Charge of the Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Investigations, New York Field Office, made the announcement. Assistant U.S. Attorneys Amy Harman Burkart and David J. D’Addio of Lelling’s Cybercrime Unit are prosecuting the cases.
Fitchburg Woman and Saugus Man Sentenced for Roles in Counterfeit Steroid Conspiracy
10 Years each.
Makes me want to go crawl under a rock.