Members of a Bitcoin-fueled drug ring that used the dark web to import crystal meth into the UK have been sentenced to more than 30 years behind bars. Most drugs were imported from Canada in a popular comparison website’s freebie toys. The group is believed to have sold more than 1 kilo of controlled drugs – including cocaine and ecstasy – worth tens of thousands of pounds during a fourth-month period in 2017. Once sold, dealers distributed the substances to customers through a ‘ring-and-bring’ phone line. Patrick Palmer, the prosecutor, said approximately $78,000 (£61,000) worth of drugs and at least…

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