Former US Army Interpreter Gets 30 Years for Dark Web Fentanyl Trade

According to a Reuters report from Oct. 3, a former Iraqi U.S interpreter got 30 years federal prison without the possibility of parole for using the darknet to sell fentanyl.
Alaa Mohammed Allawi pleaded guilty to the drug charges and acknowledged using the now-defunct online darknet market Alpha Bay (to sell a variety of hard drugs, such as oxycodone laced with fentanyl) while accepting payments in cryptocurrencies.


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