11 Mar 2013 23:05
a mate is in court this week for the same ^. parcel intercepted and followed by a raid. brought up some previous offences when he went into the station so it's not looking good.
11 Mar 2013 23:25
They probably just clocked the parcels rather than hunting him through Tor. Just make sure there isn't anything at the address they're being sent to and there's no trouble other than the raid.
11 Mar 2013 23:51
No trouble other than the raid? Kind of contradictive, unless you really dont mind getting your house raided!
11 Mar 2013 23:53
All sorts go on in Purple_Aki's house so it's relative.
11 Mar 2013 23:58
Yeah, meant as in they're not going to lock you up just because you had something sent to you. Stops people from just sending stuff to those they don't like.
12 Mar 2013 02:10
some mongs forget to encrypt their details when they send them to the vendor
12 Mar 2013 02:37
Just been going on what I've been told but, thinking about it, how much evidence would be needed to take you laptop/phone et cetera? If they can just do it if they raid you, you'd be fucked, but if they have to find something, you'd be alright.
12 Mar 2013 02:53
Having a quantity of drugs which is not for personal use sent to your address would be enough in most cases. Theyd just arrest you on suspicion of possession with intent to supply which allows them to go through all your stuff and take phones and laptops etc that may be used in connection with the supply of drugs.
12 Mar 2013 02:55
Wouldn't be possession if they intercept it though, no?
12 Mar 2013 03:09
Dont think they generally intercept stuff like that, if they find it theyl let it get delivered like normal and obviously watch the package and then raid after its been delivered. Its got to be quite hard to argue that someone accidently sent you drugs through the post anyway.
12 Mar 2013 03:21
Fairly certain they have to prove you were expecting it. There was a case of some guy sending politicians kiddie porn in an attempt to get them done on possession, which obviously didn't work.
Lew - By the sounds of it, you might want to find yourself a proper dealer before your arse is bleeding for different reasons.
12 Mar 2013 03:31
Yeah thats why theyd just let it get delivered like normal and then raid you once its in your possession. Plus when they do check your phone and laptop i know tor is supposed to be annonymous but there would be records of paypal payments and emails with the seller and txts to your mates telling them you just ordered a quarter off silkroad etc… For a public figure its slightly more believable that someone would do something like that, but doubt a judge would buy the excuse that someone sent you a couple of hundred quids worth of drugs becuase they dont like you and wanted to do you over
12 Mar 2013 08:33
^ Does it not say in the Babylonian calendar, and I quote, "a child should be pushed aside with the left hand and drawn closer with the right"?
12 Mar 2013 09:09
Am I right in thinking people are surprised they got caught by having drugs delivered to their home by the post?