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  • 22 year old distribution empire of aas busted

  • only1cat   •   Tue, Apr 1st, '14 07:12   •   348 replies, 20798 views

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  • Cccrambone's picture
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  • Cccrambone
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http://courts.co.trumbull.oh.us/eservices/

click Search and type in their names , you can see the full list of charges and next court dates.

  • indabasement's picture
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  • indabasement
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Charges were corruption and steroid sales. Damn lucky they aren;t going after him with RICO.

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  • Bigboy4
  • 5 years ago

Anyone know what happened to GC?

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  • Sumatra_Triangle's picture
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  • Sumatra_Triangle
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Yo we should make a fund to help our bros who fall victim of an obsolete system.
Badger set the eroids charity standard. The charity standard provides that eroids bros believe in a system of donation.

I know that people need excellent defense. I do you do.

I wish someone with the know how would take over and "wolf of law street "this shit

FREE OUR BRO'S

  • kc400's picture
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I have been wondering if anyone has ever considered a petition. Not sure how many eroids members there are but, at very least, could probably be a significant statement.

  • wolvesreign's picture
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Ud need something along the lines of an organization like the nra. That would take a great of effort, time and money. There's supposedly 4 million aas users in this country. Having them sign up for a monthly newsletter would b a good first step towards educating and organizing them.

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Actually thats a good idea. All you need is a bunch of money and a lobbyist on your side to advicate for legalization. I imagine there have got to 1000`s of members if each one donated 40 bucks you could have $400,000 and more to donate politically to the advocating of legalization.

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From what I understand there are tens of thousands of eroids members. If a good chunk of that signed a petition and the mods were willing to let eroids name be heard it could possibly be huge. I'm sure such a large group of people signing a petition for anything would be news worthy which would hopefully then get others on board who use aas but don't know about eroids. I think a difference could be made!

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That would involve a loss of anonymity that a bunch of us rely on bc of our jobs. For example, simply having an account here would cost me mine. I'm sure I'm in a very small minority here professionally tho. And that's about all I am willing to say on the subject.
I will say this. .. If you had a couple lawyers around, in private practice, that's where you'd need to focus first.

  • kc400's picture
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I am no expert, let me get that out of the way. I also don't have the means to follow through with this idea. It is simply that, an idea.

I think one simply signs said petition, so unless you are the only person in the country with your name, I would think it's pretty anonymous.

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I think the second a bro rolls on any other bro or sings even the slightest, that bro gets automatically disqualified from the charity fund and then that fund is put towards hiring someone to shut that person up and teaching that person how to be a man and taking his hits.

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Rea Talk!!!

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+1 ....that's the way uh huh uh huh I like it! Logical indeed

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I like your style S_T.

Badger set the eroids charity standard.

That and then some.

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Interesting

  • NoPain's picture
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  • NoPain
  • 5 years ago

Did muta really offer paypal? I didn't think anyone would offer that.

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The origional news report up top cited the gym owner stole id info. That info was used so they could buy supplies anonymously. Not for end users.

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edit

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Good edit. I wanted to type a similar response but we dont need all that all in the open

  • PEZ's picture
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This is steroid.com we are talking about. I take everything they write with a grain of salt. The author cited two articles and still threw in a bunch of misinformation.

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  • alain_305mia
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The media always screws things up anyways. They make everything sound like the story of the century. Im sure if they ever busted any gear hoarders they would make it seem like hes the big time dealer .When in fact hes just a guy preparing for a rainy day.

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I would refrain from discussing what he offered till after the judge gives him probation. JAIL IS NO PLACE FOR A COLLEGE BOY.

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No he did not.

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they don't... for obvious reasons DUH!

  • NoPain's picture
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yeah I would think it's obvious but found it strange that the article said that. Misinformed reporter. Shocker

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  • Romanowski
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Smart kid, I remember what I did at 22. I don't think I had discipline to set up any kind of enterprise like that. If it is so easy to do, than everyone would have a #1 ranked successful business. It is a shame that happened to him and it must be tough to see all of that hard work disappear.

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if he was a smart kid; he would have got out when he was ahead instead of trying to get bigger; that was his downfall. There are young kids 18 years old making a ton more money in the illicit drug market that have zero college education. It doesn't take brains to sell drugs and make a lot of money. it takes brains to gtfo before you get caught. And you will get caught sooner or later, you are not above the law by any means. He threw his life away, its a felony that will follow him to every job interview he goes on; When he tries to get an fid card, He is also labeled now so they will be forever watching him. Not only does he have to look over his shoulder for cops; he will look over his shoulder for the people he stepped on. Youth is wasted on the young.

  • Pale's picture
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I disagree, he can bounce back from this. You think everyone that got a felony when they were young is screwed? It is definitely a big bump in the road but if he busts his ass and continues his education he will be okay. And for all we know he hid a chunk of change offshore, might have to leave it alone until after he serves his sentence but at 22 he will have plenty of life after.

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You cannot work for a bank; lawyers office, doctors office, federal government, state job, working with money, working with kids, Plus ANY job where on the application it states, "have you been convicted of a felony?" If you lie you will be fired anyways. Thats why its called "moral turpitude" and a proclivity towards dishonesty. Possession with intent falls under the grounds of moral turpitude. Possession of a Class 3 substance means automatic no chance in hell. Its a schedule 3 substance which puts it into the area of prescription drug abuse. I worked in corporate for 15 years and if you have a felony your chances of getting employment are incredibly slim. He can get a job doing medial or general work or even start his own business, anything else that could give him a good living is out the door. Misdemeanors do not show up on a background check after 7-12 years, Felonies follow you forever.