A Wrong Drug Deal
A Reddit user who shared the story that happened to one of his friends in July 2015. His friend is a regular deep web user, and he would buy loads of things like stolen Apple products, drugs, etc. One fine day like usual he ordered drugs from deep web, not from his usual seller but a new one. He asked the seller to deliver the drugs “In a movie case or something that his mom wouldn’t notice.” One of his biggest mistake that he didn’t realize until what happened next.
The package arrived, but to his surprise inside it, there was a bit of paper that read, “Something has happened, if I were to send it to you it could be traced back to me, and we would both be caught. Meet me at the elementary school at 7:00, we will just do it in person.”
He went there by telling his mom he was staying at his friends (The Reddit User) home and his friend warned him to take a knife if the things went south. He reached the school and noticed a man in a jeep with the plates covered in duct tape. He got down to get the drugs and left in his car after paying him.
To his surprise, he could see the man’s car following him till he reached his neighborhood so to shake him off and leading him to his house which would be a bad idea he made some random turns and when he lost his tail, he pulled into the garage.
But the serious incident happened that night. He could hear the sound of a car engine. Two men were seated in the same car that followed him. The driver was the drug dealer. “This second one had messed up hair, a trashy shirt, and while it was hard to see, my friend could almost make out a scar, from a massive burn on the side of his neck o his face,” wrote the Reddit user.
He was watching them from the window, and the 2nd one often looked at the window he was standing, and he lost his cool. Now he didn’t care about the consequences and called the police after moving away from the window. The police asked him to grab a weapon to defend himself.
Finally, He could see a figure coming out of his mom’s room with a knife in his hand. With full force, he was charging towards him after shutting the door behind him. But he grabbed a pot and hit on his head. After turning on the light, he noticed it was the second guy from the car and stabbed him in the shoulder with the knife he dropped. Then in few mins, he could hear the police siren and both the men were arrested.
Reddit user says, “But my friend’s mom had been killed. Her throat had been slit, and she had 23 stab wounds, and duct tape covering her mouth.” He was charged with possession of drugs and lost his mom because of his actions. He would never ever buy drugs from deep web.
Source: Posted by Reddit user Packathonjohn
Big Babboon says
I’ve never visited an ‘onion’ site and at this point I’m not sure if I would ever want to, but now I’m just a little curious. Couldn’t someone just use the Tor browser ‘sandboxed’ to connect to a public WIFI network on a basically ‘throwaway’ laptop containing no personal data to check it out? Then if sufficiently interested they might consider going the VPN route. (ps. I’m not remotely concerned about viruses or if the drive gets wiped… easy enough to format & reinstall the OS.)
Light Bringer says
To the author of this article (who isn’t listed). I’m very interested in this case (if its true). Curious as to why the PD wasn’t named or any geo location. Those two small things could make a huge difference if divulged. Also there’s almost nothing on Google pertaining to this. Classified cover-up or fabricated attention-catcher? Any info would be appreciated. Thanks
Such information has been cut off from public access long ago to avoid concussion unnecessarily.
Christen Allen Iman says
I have spent some 20 years researching the aberrant mind through criminal behavior analysis and I consider my self quite adept in my field. I have seen the worst of mankind. But it’s difficult for me to comprehend the mindset of not only the individual who commits such heinous crimes against children, but those who would wish to see images and videos of the crimes pretending simple curiosity. I believe there’s more than curiosity here.