On the dark web service Dream Market, people could review their illicit drug dealers, like on eBay or Etsy.
Todd Peterman-Dishion, a former Boeing worker from Everett, held a 4.94 rating out of 5, with 1,650 reviews for his heroin and meth, drugs he claimed were so pure they were “not for beginner stuff.”
“Our Meth undoubtedly will be the best youve ever had,” he advertised on the underbelly of the internet, where anonymity and encryption can cloak black market exchanges. “Please be careful, and this is no joke, be very careful w these products.”
U.S. District Court Judge Robert Lasnik in Seattle sentenced Peterman-Dishion, 53, to
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