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Dark Net Vendor Group “Italian Mafia Brussels” Busted

A total of six suspects were arrested in Belgium, mostly from the Bruges area, however, there were suspects arrested in Romania and in the United States.  The arrests were part of an international police operation where authorities busted the dark net vendor group called “Italian Mafia Brussels” who sold MDMA and Ecstasy tablets on dark web markets.

The drug dealing ring disguised their packages like they were from legitimate companies and sent the drugs to the United States. The investigation was launched in February 2014, after a certain number of companies received parcels that had been returned from the United States, which they have never sent. The first firm to report this problem to the authorities was from the East Flemish town of Sint-Niklaas. They reported an undeliverable package sent back from the United States, which they have never sent. The parcel contained 1kg of MDMA, which is enough to make 10,000 XTC pills.

Law enforcement authorities discovered that there are some companies in Bruges (West Flanders), Antwerp and Brussels who had the same issue with their packages. The gang used the names of firms that sold products that had a similar physical appearance to their drugs.

The Italian Mafia Brussels vendor group was present on several dark net marketplaces and sold their drugs mainly from Belgium, however, they have used other countries for shipping, such as France or Germany.


  1. Mrmaaeratiisagrass

    Maserati is next

  2. We seem to be losing some high volume vendors from NL & B recently; using the det ils of actual companies might have appeared to be sensible at the time, but that risk is always there, and a postbox numbered address with no possible comeback for the vendors in hindsight must be playing on their minds now.
    It’s an easy matter to change a company return name and address if it is a false one at the first hint of an undelivered or seized irem, not quite so if using an incorporated company’s details. In the normal run of events, that wouldn’t disrupt a vendor or group’s business beyond the printing of new ‘company’ return addresses.
    And these are supposed to be sensible people using stealth; I suggest that real return addresses to which there is always the possibility, however remote, of something of this nature occurring, is extremely UNstealthy, given the consequences.
    Their TOR presence can not have been very well hidden if they were abke to be so easily traced either!
    Thank God the vendors I am using have the common sense to use untraceable returns.

  3. Why the hell would you put your location in your name

  4. their set up was excellent. sometimes flying in auto pilot works against you, and you send too many packages out and forget about them. this dark web can be shut down in instant, but for what? it makes new customers\criminals to arrest. its good for business. for those who are willing to the risk, make as much as you can, and disappear.

  5. More than three kilograms of amphetamine bought a 29-year-old man through the onion. The Danish Court of Odense jailed him for five years and six months.


    The traffic was revealed when the tax at the airport in Kastrup discovered three consignments of amphetamine.

    Then drove police out and watched the mailbox that one of the packages were addressed to. On the way the man was apprehended in February. Since then he has been in custody.

    Inside the page named “Necleus” had an undercover special agent from the FBI namely appeared to gather evidence of illegal acts, said Heidi Ann Dearman.

    Funen used the name “Mark the Shark”, she adds.

    Danny Nicolai Larsen has received the judgment. This includes also the confiscation of 80,000 kroner in dividends.

  6. when this realy mafia, im lol, no one use their real name when your crime guy

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