32-year-old Christian L, or Dosensuppe as he was known on darknet, was sentenced to five and a half years in prison for selling firearms illegally using dark net markets.
The judge presiding over the case said that he had sold enough weapons to equip a small army. The judge also pointed out that the man responsible for the Munich shooting had purchased his gun on the dark net, but also that Christian L. didn’t have any relation to that, but is known to have provided criminals with weapons.
He served anyone, among these were a 21-year-old man from Britain who plotted to use a sub machine gun to commit murder, a right wing radical that was previously responsible for a bomb attack, and a man who was seen posing in front of an Islamist flag with a Russian AK-47.
Mr. L. admitted during court that the shootings in Munich shed new light for him on his chosen career path, showing him how dangerous and irresponsible he was being.
“For the rest of my life, I will distance myself from weapons,” Christian L. said in court.
In court, investigators were able to prove that he had in fact sold twelve guns, along with six