A 19-year-old woman from Augsburg, Germany was fined 800 euros and was ordered to take part in a drug rehabilitation program for buying weed from the internet. It is unclear from where the 19-year-old purchased marijuana, but there is a big chance that she ordered it from the dark web.
According to the Augsburg Youth Court, the woman received an envelope without an invoice and written content, and the silver wrapped package came with 20.56 grams of marijuana inside. Police information said the sender of the parcel is probably working at a bicycle shop in the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Aachen, about 600 kilometers away from the 19-year-old’s location. Since the letter was not sufficiently stamped, it was returned to the sender’s address (to the bicycle shop). The owner became curious when she received it and opened the suspicious envelope. When she saw the silver mylar bag, she immediately recognized that it contained narcotics and contacted law enforcement authorities. A forensic examination of the package showed that the marijuana included at least eight percent of THC.
“If the address of the sender was not right, what did it have to do with the receiver?” Felix Hägele, defending the