Less than a month after it was shut down by the Israel Police, Telegras, the largest trading group in the Talgram application, returned to regular activity Tuesday.
The group has not yet re-established its criticism bot, which is a critical part of the system, but it appears that the complaints center of the 'Oketz Team, Who betrayed The group to the police, has already returned to action.
The 'bot reviews' that existed in the original Telegraph enabled buyers to read reviews that other buyers had left on traders, and to choose who to purchase based on the quality of the reviews. Therefore, since it is inactive, meanwhile, buyers remain in the dark regarding the quality of the merchants and their merchandise.
But apart from the criticisms, the group returned to almost full activity in the last 24 hours, with regular publications by dozens of different merchants in four regional directions - north, South, coordinator, AndJerusalem.
Telegrams It closed As mentioned last month by the Israeli police in a large-scale operation in which 42 was arrested members of senior management of the group, including the founder and chief executive Amos Dov Silver.
The police then boasted that it had "dealt a severe blow" to the illegal cannabis market in Israel, Other groups Immediately rose to satisfy the huge demand, and now, as stated, Telegras itself is again operating.
In addition to the reopening of the group, Ynet today published a short letter written by Amos to his lawyers, attorney Nir Yaselevich and attorney Daniel Pe'er, in which he describes the harsh prison conditions he says in the Ukrainian prison.
"On their way to the target they (the police) instructed the Ukrainians not to be human until the commander who gave me looted the tefillin I had just assumed," Silver wrote. "I hope I can get out of this cell quickly. I do not have any food, and in my previous cell I only had bread and tea. I can no longer eat bread "