Don’t Say You Weren’t Warned, AsherahResearch And Cryptostorm 2014
Douglas Spink was originally arrested in 2005 for trying to smuggle 149 Kilos (that’s 328 pounds!) of cocaine across the US/Canada border. Doug received a 3 year sentence much of which was supervised release.
In a seizure that helped lead to his downfall, federal agents and Monroe Police last February stopped a car driven by Douglas Spink, one of Kesling’s drug couriers, and confiscated 149 kilograms of cocaine with an approximate street value of $34 million. And that, the judge noted, “was just one shipment.”
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Mark @ChildDelinquent ・22 Dec 2014
Invictus @Shrouded ・22 Dec 2014
@ChildDelinquent Uh, that one has a catch. Just saying.
@anonycast Farther up the thread I posted a link. tl;dr fed supervision & multiple felony convictions w/cooperation.
Dead Agent @asherahresearch 23 Dec 2014
@anonycast Dunno who that is. Referring to Doug Spink.
@asherahresearch Spink never cooperated with anyone, which is why they went after him like they did. Spink is a radical, perfect for vpn
@anonycast That’s not the least true. He certainly cooperated: http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2002675488_kesling10m.html …
This is an excerpt from that link posted by @asherahresearch