Wildcat busted (Historic uk brand)

Discussion in 'Steroid News Forum' started by Den84, Aug 24, 2018.

  1. Den84

    Den84 Member

  2. wedorecover

    wedorecover Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Should have got out earlier
     
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  3. MindlessWork

    MindlessWork Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    Wow...and was this lab popular in your country too, @Den84 ?
     
  4. Den84

    Den84 Member

    No in my country are not popular uk brand... but few years ago someone used it also in my country ... Feedback was not great ... so nobody bought it anymore. also in UK, in the last 2/3 years, it has had a marked decline in popularity. honestly, I thought, that it was no longer in production, but instead it was still active.
     
  5. master.on

    master.on Member

    Couple who lived a lavish lifestyle running a £1million steroids lab in an industrial site container while claiming benefits for more than a decade are jailed for a total of 12 years
    • Chris Young and Tracy Robinson ran a steroids lab near Chichester, West Sussex
    • The couple laundered more than £700,000 while claiming government benefits
    • The pair 'lavished' their earnings on 'foreign travel, property and vehicles'
    • Young, 55, was sentenced to nine years in prison, while Robinson got three years
    By CHEYENNE ROUNDTREE FOR MAILONLINE

    PUBLISHED: 13:50 BST, 1 May 2018 | UPDATED: 21:33 BST, 1 May 2018

    A couple who ran a £1million steroids laboratory in a 'container' for more than 10 years have been jailed.

    Chris Young and Tracy Robinson were found with more than 14 litres of injectable steroids, 219,000 steroid tablets and the means to create thousands more in a metal container tucked away in a 'sordid yard'.

    Young, 55, and Robinson, 51, laundered hundreds of thousands of pounds while both claiming benefits from the government for more than 10 years.

    Meanwhile the pair 'lavished' their earnings on 'foreign travel, property and vehicles'

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    Upon arrival at the site, police discovered Young in an improvised steroids lab set up in a tucked-away metal blue container on the site (pictured)

    Following a 12-day trial at Portsmouth Crown Court, Hampshire, Young was sentenced to nine years in prison and Robinson was given three years.

    Young was convicted of four counts of money laundering a total of £343,382, producing and possessing with intent to supply class C drugs, income support fraud, tax credit fraud and council tax benefit fraud.

    Robinson was convicted of seven counts of money laundering a total of £448,816, income support fraud, tax credit fraud and council tax benefit fraud.

    Police also discovered controlled drugs with a street value of at least £340,000 following the raid at the industrial site in Aldingbourne, near Chichester, West Sussex.

    Upon arrival, police discovered Young in an improvised steroids lab set up in a tucked-away metal blue container on the site.

    The haul of substances included over 14 litres of injectable steroids, 219,000 steroid tablets, and 214,000 tablets of prescription-only medication.

    Dozens of kilograms of raw powders and liquids sufficient for the future production of thousands more tablets and injectable drugs were also found.

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    The haul of substances included over 14 litres of injectable steroids (pictured), 219,000 steroid tablets, and 214,000 tablets of prescription-only medication

    An extensive financial investigation into Young proved that since at least 2007 he had purchased laboratory equipment, machines, supplies, raw materials, packaging and labelling all for the illegal steroid lab.

    The financial records provided evidence that deliveries of the equipment had been received at their home in Bognor Regis, also West Sussex, a six-bedroom house worth £430,000.

    Young was believed to have operated for over 10 years under the name 'Wildcat Research Laboratories' illegally producing steroids and offering them for sale together with prescription-only medications without any licence or qualifications.

    A Sussex Police spokesman said: 'Over the years the couple had regular cash income from the illegal enterprise and amassed assets of approximately £1 million which they failed to reveal to the authorities from which they claimed means-tested benefits.'

    Sentencing, Judge William Ashworth said the couple 'clearly had a lavish lifestyle' with the purchase of foreign travel, property and vehicles.

    He said it was 'clear that Young was the primary operator' and told Robinson what to do, however Robinson was aware of what was going on.

    He added that with the 'large amounts of money coming in from drug sales the fact that you continued to claim benefits for 10 years would be something that the public would be aghast at'.

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    Dozens of kilograms of raw powders and liquids sufficient for the future production of thousands more tablets and injectable drugs were also found

    Detective Constable Andrea Watts from Sussex Police said: 'This search and the subsequent arrests show that we take reports from the public seriously, even those that come in anonymously.

    'We would always encourage people to contact us if they see or hear anything suspicious in their area no matter how small it may seem as others may have reported similar concerns and it allows us to build a bigger picture of potential criminality.

    'People involved in the use of steroids are oblivious to where it is coming from. Little do they know it was in some sordid yard.

    'They think they are buying it from a clinical laboratory with scientists in white coats, but the reality could not be further from the truth.

    'They [were] buying their steroids from a lab where the drugs are produced in a container with no recourse to complaint or test procedures.'

    The couple denied all charges against them. Robinson was also cleared of one count of money laundering relating to £30,000 cash.

    Couple running a £1m steroids lab while claiming benefits are jailed | Daily Mail Online
     
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  6. Den84

    Den84 Member

  7. bickel29

    bickel29 Member AnabolicLab.com Supporter

    "'People involved in the use of steroids are oblivious to where it is coming from. Little do they know it was in some sordid yard.

    'They think they are buying it from a clinical laboratory with scientists in white coats, but the reality could not be further from the truth."

    They really do think highly of us, as a community, huh?

    So they think that we are of the belief that our gear is being manufactured in clinical laboratories by scientists in white coats?

    Again, they must really think that we as a community are a real bright lot!:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: