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Man Arrested by ‘Almost Ten’ Officers for Ordering Five Pills

In Switzerland, authorities charged a 25-year-old man with violations of the Narcotics Act after he ordered five ecstasy pills from a darknet vendor that the police intercepted. The suspect asked the vendor for a reship, but instead of the drugs at his door, he said he found “almost ten policemen.” He argued that the overkill caused him emotional distress. Despite the negative experience, the buyer said that he would not let the police keep him from doing ecstasy. Next time I will order “the pills from a Swiss supplier,” he said.

The 25-year-old said that he had tried drugs for the first time in the Summer of 2017. He discovered LSD, liked it, and wanted to experiment with other substances. “So I ordered five ecstasy pills from the Netherlands on the darknet,” he told the court. The allotted delivery window passed and the drugs had not arrived. After talking to the darknet vendor and explaining that the pills never showed up, the vendor shipped another package to the man for free.

Around the time he had expected the second package to arrive, he said, one day “almost ten policemen were suddenly at my door with a search warrant.” He criticized the police for sending so many officers for someone who had ordered only five pills. According to his testimony, he cooperated with the police completely. They asked him about the drugs in his house and he handed over the five grams of marijuana and five grams of psychedelic mushrooms. “Two policemen would have been enough.”

A police spokesperson defended the official process. “A house search requires a certain number of emergency services to do all the work—It cannot be done without pairs” the spokesperson, Christoph Gnägi, told reporters. He continued, “thus, the residents have to be guarded while other officials searched the rooms.” Furthermore, “the whole thing should also be done as quickly and efficiently as possible.”

The 25-year-old said the entire event—from the knock on the door to the drive to the police station—caused him serious anxiety. He said that he had suffered from mental health problems for many years, but the event had made matters worse. “I’m scared of being home all the time and [I cringe] every time I hear the [doorbell] ring.” Leaving the house does not help, he said. He lives in a small town and everyone thinks he is a felon—even though he is not.

“I rarely consume but I will not let the police stop me.” Next time, he said, “I will simply order the pills from a Swiss supplier.” The first batch of pills came from the Netherlands. Not every first-time buyer knows that, for some countries, ordering from the Netherlands will often lead to a seizure by customs, at best. Ten officers knocking at your door over five pills—while better than kicking the door down—might be one of the worst-case scenarios.

7 comments

  1. holy shit their stict in Switzeland. Thank god I live in the UK

  2. More noobs orderign from NL .. Jesus christ do your research

  3. What a fucking hero. I’m not even being sarcastic, here. Him saying he’s gonna keep ordering even though the feds got him is fucking beautiful. That’s the spirit, mateys.

    Tell the feds to suck it. Don’t let these jackbooted fascist scum make you lose your way. Fight back against them with every fiber of muscle, every bone, every drop of blood, even the very last breath in your body.

    NEVER STOP FIGHTING!

  4. feds? he lives in swiss mate

  5. My trial will start soon for ordering drugs (to switzerland) from the dweb, larger amount then 5 pills tho im guessing with probation.

    For 5 pills here they won’t even prosecute, all he will have to do is pay a small fine if he is unlucky. So i think they just want to scare people to stop them from ordering. The problem with switzerland is that its not EU and for this reason has stricter customs then ordering from EU to EU.

    ““A house search requires a certain number of emergency services to do all the work—It cannot be done without pairs””

    It’s your right in switzerland to see what they are searching and also to have a witness present (your lawyer or a friend). This means 3 cops is enough, 2 searching and 1 checking the suspect. This again makes me belive they just want to scare people away from the dnet.

  6. Hi folks,

    I also live in this “wonderful” country and experienced something like this boy. 4 cops with 1 sniffing dog and the seizure of all my computer equipment for less than 5 pills.

    They are totally crazy here, I’m unfortunately not kidding…

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