Bill Barr and the Department of Justice have done it again.
Over the last few months, numerous operations have been launched the crackdown on various criminal activity.
These new task forces have broken up child trafficking rings, located missing children, and arrested gang members wanted for violent crimes.
The latest arrest, however, was one of the largest takedowns in U.S. darknet history.
According to the report, 179 were arrested and authorities seized more than $6.5 million in cash and currency.
Also seized was roughly 500 kilograms of drugs worldwide, more than half of that recovered here in the United States…
Today, #FBI Director Christopher Wray joined @TheJusticeDept to announce the results of Operation DisrupTor, the largest international law enforcement operation targeting opioid traffickers on the darknet. Read his full remarks at https://t.co/LYpL5XPBmA. pic.twitter.com/q2DLhEyzt6
— FBI Honolulu (@FBIHonolulu) September 22, 2020
Operation DisrupTor – DOJ seizes $6.5M and arrests dozens in global opioid sting https://t.co/g074xwwPMv
— #SeekingTheTruth (@TruthSeeker____) September 22, 2020
According to the report, dozens of illegal firearms were also seized…
The takedown was part of #OperationDisrupTor, an international effort with Justice Dept's law enforcement partners in Europe.
— MargaretKerrBeckwith (@MargBeckwith) September 22, 2020
You can read the full report on LawEnforcementToday.com.