Buffalo Student Resold $74,000 Worth of Xanax Bought On Deep Web

The deep web attracts people from all walks of life. One US student admitted he resold the drugs purchased on the darknet with Bitcoin. He also admitted to money laundering charges and is one of three people who were recently arrested for similar facts. This once again goes to show, despite technology having no bias towards good or bad, humans are responsible for their own wrong decisions.

Zhe Wang, the 20-year-old Queens resident and a student at the University of Buffalo, has some dark habits. To be more precise, he recently started visiting deep web marketplaces. After doing some research, he purchased a batch of drugs – paid in Bitcoin – and resold most of it to friends. Hardly anyone will be surprised to hear it did not take overly long for him to get arrested.

The Deep Web Claims Another Young Victim

Although these facts go back to 2015, his indictment only occurred recently. In 2015, Wang held around US$74,000 worth of Bitcoin, which was a rather substantial amount of coins. With this money, he purchased Xanax from an unspecific darknet marketplace. As most people are well aware, Xanax is a very common substance among drug

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