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26 Oct, 7 tweets, 4 min read
Deputy Director Paul Abbate will join our partners for a press conference to announce the results of an international law enforcement operation. Visit justice.gov/live at 10 a.m. EDT to watch the press conference. @DEAHQ @Europol @ICEgov @TheJusticeDept @USPISpressroom
The #FBI and our partners on the Joint Criminal Opioid and Darknet Enforcement team joined @Europol to announce the results of Operation Dark HunTor, an international campaign focused on disrupting opioid trafficking on the darknet. go.usa.gov/xe3WR
During the press conference, Deputy Director Abbate stressed how #partnerships help the FBI target people who sell illegal and potentially lethal drugs online. You can read his remarks at go.usa.gov/xe3BG.
Abbate: JCODE has been relentless in finding and arresting drug dealers around the world who falsely believe they can evade justice by operating on the darknet.
Abbate: Today we’re taking some of the most dangerous, unregulated drugs off the streets of America—in addition to putting a stop to those involved in the illegal drug trade.
Abbate: I want to thank all the partner agencies ... who have been part of this joint, highly collaborative effort. Preventing the use of the darknet for illicit trade requires a global, interagency, interconnected response.
Abbate: The FBI and our ... #partners will continue to use all investigative resources and means to identify darknet online narcotics and dealers, wherever they attempt to hide, to ensure that they are held accountable under the law.

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