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PlayStation Audio Chat: Cocaine Dealer Set Up Deals

Recently according to the FBI they have uncovered search warrant information about the user PlayStation account. PlayStation is the product of Sony Japanese Company. The allegedly user believed audio communication between players was secure and therefore safe for arranging drug deals. As first reported by Joseph Cox the law enforcement agent’s officer which was filed in the Western District of Missouri the user was named as Speedola20 which was on the PlayStation network. Actually the account that was named as Speedola20 was a fake account that was registered on the Sony network.

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The name of the person is Curtis Alexander who is the alleged owner of the account and used the platform to advertise significant quantity of Cocaine. A source which is confidential informed the FBI that the Speedola has formed a network of other PlayStation users and sold Cocaine at a price of 34,000 dollar per kilogram. Alexander likely believed that the audio communication on the audio portal was the most secure and could have been trusted. This was reported by the special agent Ben Brousil.

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As such Alexander likely believes that he can use audio communication during game play on the PlayStation to arrange the detail of the drug transaction similar to Speedola use of PlayStation Messaging to conduct drug transaction. Some of the other user is discussing the games used by Alexander as part of the alleged drug trafficking operation. The FBI and the informant worked alongside the Drug dealer (Alexander). The informant and FBI conducted a controlled operation and purchased a small amount of the drugs from the Speedola(Alexander). Alexander communicated with the informant and sold the drugs as the deal was struck between the two while the FBI law enforcement agency monitored the whole procedure.

Source: Darknet Live

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Aadvik Perry
Aadvik Perry covers law enforcement and crimes from San Francisco for The New York Times. Before joining The Times he was a reporter at The Los Angeles Times and The Forward. Aadvik is one of the top contributors of Dark Web Links.


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