US Dark Web Drug Dealer Likely to be Deported, Feels Ashamed

Convicted dark web vendor Chrissano Leslie, 26,  was sentenced last Tuesday and will likely be deported after his release. His defense framed him not as a big drug trafficker, but a street-level dealer who just so happened to sell heroin, fentanyl and other drugs thanks to the dark web.

Prosecutors portrayed Leslie as standing on a high tech street corner on a sophisticated online marketplace they called “an anonymous eBay” for criminals.

Senior U.S. District Judge Daniel T.K. Hurley said he was concerned with a recent spike in heroin and fentanyl abuse. “People are overdosing and dying,” said the judge. “The word has to go out … that if you do get caught [dealing drugs], the consequences are very severe.”

Leslie, 26, from Miramar, Florida enjoyed 98 percent positive feedback rating on drug dealing profile on the dark web. Investigators said his dedication to customer service ultimately led to his downfall. Leslie delivered the drugs via the U.S. Post Office’s priority mail.

When a customer of complained his package was never delivered, Leslie logged on to the

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