Big blow to an international dealer Ring: The Bonn prosecutor's office has taken high after several searches of suspected steroids dealer. EXPRESS learned: The gang is said to have converted 12.5 million U.S. dollars to the motor sports-enhancing drugs.
Excitement of the day in an apartment building in Tannenbusch. About 50 police officers search the apartment of a 32-year-old merchant, his arrest in his home. The investigators are particularly interested in the computer of the German-Pakistani.
The reason is to be a kind of Bonn's clerk in an international organization working for the illegal distribution of anabolic doping agent.
Not only in Tannenbusch investigators were working. Prosecutor Robin Fassbender: "Several objects have been searched, even abroad."
The suspicion: The gang allegedly distributing steroids worth 12.5 million U.S. dollars over the Internet. The merchant will have Bonner made contact and "orders" worked. 193 000 customers should have ordered. The alleged head of the gang went to the police twice just slip through the cracks. Just before the access he was able to settle in Northern Ireland and Canada, in good time.
Defender Thomas Ohm holds the allegations are exaggerated: "Here one proceeds on the principle that where there's smounich. With a raid around the globe, the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) have broken the public prosecutor in Bonn and foreign judicial authorities, an international ring of drug dealers. The news magazine FOCUS confirmed the Bonn public prosecutor Robin Faßbender the action was, but did not comment on details.
According to FOCUS, please identify the Rhine anti-doping since May 2008 against an organization called "GenXXL" which will have web sites anabolic steroids, growth hormones and sexual enhancer illegally sold in all continents. In addition to traditional GenXXL probably means to mask the use of anabolic steroids or attenuate the side effects.
The investigators discovered alone in the 32-year-old sales manager Ibrar GenXXL B. Bonn a database of more than 190,000 customers. The buyer had ordered preparations since May 2008 with a value of 12, 5 million U.S. dollars. The suspect, who is, according to the BKA as responsible for the shipping of doping substances, came last week in custod