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Drug trafficker sentenced to 12 years jail time in drug trafficking case

Drug trafficker sentenced to 12 years jail time in drug trafficking case

(NaturalNews) A federal judge recently handed down a 12-year sentence for a suspected cocaine trafficker whose crime was a drug conspiracy to commit serious drug offenses in the Chicago area. The 42-year-old, Raymond DeLeon, is said to have traveled across the U.S. and to Mexico on behalf of an anonymous person on behalf of an alleged kingpin for the infamous Drug Cartel.The federal judge on Tuesday also sentenced DeLeon to 12 years in prison for the conspiracy to distribute cocaine, five years of supervised release and deportation as well. DeLeon will be eligible to apply for parole following his sentence.According to federal authorities, DeLeon was a kingpin in a cocaine conspiracy which allegedly included an alleged drug distributor in Chicago who facilitated the sale of large amou바카라사이트nts of cocaine to wealthy members of the cocaine trafficking network.DeLeon was indicted in August 2010 after officials allegedly uncovered that there were at least 16 other men in the Chicago area and that, between August 2007 and September 2011, the man, who was known as ‘Fat Tony’ and was accused of sending a significant amount of cash to cartel members, also traveled across the U.S. and Mexico to purchase cocaine for $6,500 each, sources reported. DeLeon was arrested in Las Vegas in December of 2010 and charged with two counts of conspiracy to distribute cocaine바카라.According to prosecutors, the gang, known by the street name, “The Big Boss,” had several offices in Chicago, Arizona, Colorado and Louisiana. Members allegedly operated out of one of these offices, a warehous더킹카지노e in Chicago known as the ‘Cops in the Back Room’ and another located in La Mesa, Ariz. DeLeon reportedly served as ‘Fat Tony’ and an officer on the Chicago gang’s security detail. According to authorities, when the Chicago gang discovered this information, DeLeon became angry and allegedly approached the president of the FBI’s Chicago field office, Richard DesLauriers, and the FBI Chicago office, Bryan Johnson, and threatened the agents with lethal force. The federal government allegedly used these threats, along with other methods, to silence DeLeon and convince him to submit to an FBI sting operation.According to the Chicago Tribune, DeLeon pleaded guilty on Aug. 8, 2010, to a federal drug trafficking conspiracy charge and was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Brian W. Gorman in federal court in Chicago. DeLeon was also sentenced to serve 12 years’ supervised release with the possibility of parole after completing his sentence.The cas