Postal worker admits to importing steroids from overseas

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  1. admin

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    A former northeast Massachusetts post office employee has admitted to charges stemming from a scheme to import anabolic steroids from overseas.

    Fifty-four-year-old John Psehoyas pleaded guilty Wednesday in Boston federal court to one count of importing anabolic steroids. Psehoyas agreed to resign from his position at the Lynnfield Post Office as part of his plea deal with prosecutors.

    Federal prosecutors say Psehoyas purchased steroids online from suppliers located in China, Poland, Turkey and Romania.

    In an attempt to avoid getting caught, Psehoyas used several different addresses to receive the steroids. He would then locate the packages through a postal service tracking system.

    Source: bostonherald.com/news/local_coverage/2017/01/postal_worker_admits_to_importing_steroids_from_overseas
     
  2. IronSoul

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    Damn that sucks for that guy. Did he receive any prison time?


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  3. admin

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    He faces up to 15 years in prison when he's sentenced April 6.
     
  4. parttimer

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    Brilliant plan!
     
  5. Mrhat

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    Not good....

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  6. IronSoul

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    Damn that really sucks


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  7. daveyg99

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    America is so bad at nailing the wrong people.. Compared to tonnes of coke coming in every port on the eastern seaboard, this is nothing..
    In Europe, should just get a fine maybe a suspended sentence if there is a huge amount.. But 15 years in state prison??? Wow

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  8. juced_porkchop

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    hey thats what they want when you have prison labor and for profit prisons ... war on drugs is a money maker, not for our health for the most part.
    if i want something I will get it. it should be about regulation, NOT banning things. then you make a black market and... well it overlaps to the drug war earnings by getting funding for task forces etc. cut drug laws = cut staff and funding and the dea, fbi and cia deff dont want that...
     
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  9. Torres

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    That really sucks for that dude !!! I wonder how they caught on to him !!!
    Either way , there has to be many postal employees paid to look the other way when such packages are coming in !!
     
  10. el griff

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    I got a phone call once. It shook the shit out of me. I'll never ever use my real name on return address or on the money/paper sent out. I later found out the company either got busted or compromised.

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  11. graybass

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    Yup prisons are big money makers. Look it up.
     
  12. Torres

    Torres Senior Member

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    FUCK !!!
    Now I know why my package never came through !!!
     

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