Melbourne man avoids jail for ordering drugs on silk road A man who is believed to be a prolific drug dealer on Melbourne’s Silk Road web forums has been given a six-year conditional sentence to two and a half years and ordered to pay $1 million in damages.

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Khalil Jilani was born Khalil Jilani is based in Australia but has moved to Australia twice before his arrest last summer. Jilani is believed to have bought the computer used to run Silk Road while living in his father’s house in Malaysia, where he was the son of a doctor.

Jilani, who lives on Brisbane’s South Bank, was one of many dealers in the forums who posted images of cocaine and heroin for sale. One post said the drugs, with pictures of the price of each drug,영주안마 could be purchased online for $500 a gram.

This would amount to about $15,000 a kilogram and the drugs could be sold at a fraction of the price, according to court documents. Jilani was arrested in January 2016 following a joint operation by anti-drug taskforce detectives and police성남출장마사지 성남출장샵 intelligence officers. He was arrested as part of the FBI taskforce and is alleged to have been one of at least 30 people from Australia, the US, and the US Virgin Islands who ran Silk Road during 2015.

Jilani could be jailed for between six and 12 months and pay around $1.05 million in civil damages, the judge told Jilani during sentencing. Jilani could also be required to repay the $450,000 he paid for the Silk Road’s servers.

But XO 카지노the judge told Jilani he had acted as a facilitator and “brought the sale” through on the internet forum because his father was a former drug dealer.

A spokesman for Australian Federal Police confirmed it was investigating the case, which is still ongoing.

Jilani can only be found online. He is also banned from using the Silk Road forums for a year.

He told the court when Silk Road users were searching for drugs they came across a file with a link to a file labelled “Cure My Illness – the Silk Road”.

“I was like … (whoa) that looks like a thing,” he said. “Then I got thinking, ‘Why don’t I get on it.’ I had a few friends doing the same.”

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