Archives de 1 octobre 2019

Après quelques jours de mystère, l’Agence des services.frontaliers du Canada a confirmé la saisie de 148 kilos de cocaïne sur
un navire de marchandises arrivé mercredi dernier au port de Québec.

La Gendarmerie royale du Canada et les services frontaliers avaient procédé à des vérifications sur le navire Navios Luz à son arrivée à Québec.



In the raid, police seized 200 servers along with documents, cellphones and large quantities of cash.

Thursday’s operation was the first time German investigators were able to apprehend a bulletproof hoster, according to German media outlets.

Cracking the security codes to access the contents of the servers was another difficult task for the police. On the servers, they found countless websites facilitating the illegal sale of drugs, weapons, counterfeit documents and stolen data as well as sites distributing child pornography. The servers hosted Wall Street Market, formerly the second-largest darknet marketplace for drugs in the world before law enforcement shut the platform down earlier this year.
The police arrested 13 people between the ages of 20 and 59, who are allegedly tied to the operation. Seven are being held in custody. The ringleader is a 59-year-old Dutch man with ties to organized crime in the Netherlands. He established the server in Traben-Trarbach in 2013. While his official residency is listed in Singapore, he had been living in the bunker.