When he landed at Ben-Gurion International Airport after a vacation abroad, an Israeli of 32 named Moshe Edri was arrested on suspicion of running the Kanabis trading network in a Telgram application called Weed4You.
Edri is the cousin of former senior policeman Moshe Chico Edri, who was nominated for police commissioner and currently serves as director general of the Ministry of Public Security under Minister Gilad Erdan.
The first report about his arrest was published by the journalist Amir Zohar on the website 'Posta', Who informed that the young Edri was known to the police from earlier Cannabis offenses.
Edri chose to represent himself in the police investigation, and Zohar says that "I noticed that when I had lawyers, they admitted my name and did not allow me to defend myself. I prefer to represent myself. "
According to the report, "the investigative unit attributes him, inter alia, to drug trafficking, drug dealing, and the management of a criminal organization."
Edery, for his part, told the researchers that he is not the manager of the application, but rather a "monkey" who uses his identity or details, according to the report.
Edri's arrest was last extended to 1 in April.
Here, in the magazine, we first published the Telegrams' '4 YU' group a year ago, when its managers said it was better than the Telegras competitor by being more secure and working completely automatically.
"It was really our dream when we were at Telegras - to set up a fully automatic system, like a cannabis pickup truck or get-together, to have any contact between a trader and a client so that both sides were more secure," they then described.
"Every transaction is conducted through the bot, including the conversation between the merchant and the customer, including cancellations and includes ratings and reviews after the purchase," they explained. "Traders will have new order alerts and a transaction will be automatically canceled if no contact is made within 10 minutes."
The Posta website, which tracks the administrative detention case, Tellegras, is also this Which he first revealed The details of the testimony of the undercover agent who incriminated the members of the organization, as was revealed at the end of the week.