One of the largest-ever dark web drug-peddling operations — raking in $7.2 million through cryptocurrency exchanges — has been shut down, and its Queens ringleader and three others charged, Manhattan prosecutors said.
In an indictment unsealed Friday in Manhattan Supreme Court, prosecutors alleged ringleader Nan Wu of Queens and his accomplices —including a Postal Service employee — ran a dark web marketplace dubbed “FireBunnyUSA” that shipped more than 10,000 packages of cocaine, MDMA, ketamine, and other drugs to customers in all 50 states and Washington D.C.
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