Melbourne man avoids jail for ordering drugs on silk road

He was convicted of supplying the drug methadone.

Justice Simon Coote handed down the fine after rejecting a claim by Mr Nisbett that the police breached his rights.

He handed a two-month community corrections sentence to Mr Nisbett, who said he had intended to go down the Silk Road route, but wanted to start the business in Sydney.

In his submission to the court, he said he had been making the drugs on the internet, and selling them in Southwark, to makapronxe the money from them.

“I’m a middle-class gentleman living in a small apartment in the centre of Sydney,” he said.

“I never intended to sell drugs to anyone.

“When I was in and out of jail for this crime, I hoped that at least the sentence wouldn’t affect my life for the rest of my life.”

Magistrate Gary Gough rejected the claim that Mr Nisbett breached his constitutional rights.

“The government is concerned that a defendant may have obtained a degree of legal ownership from his activities in the internet marketplace.

“It is a legitimate aim to allow the public to purchase legal drugs,” he said.

“A legitimate aim. Not all users of the internet will engage in unlawful activities bu바카라t even if some of them do, the courts will no카지노 사이트t accept their legal rights have been undermined.”

Mr Nisbett will be placed in the hands of the Department of Home Affairs.

The Department of Justice, which had sought a custodial sentence of three years and three months for the crime, has not responded to a request for comment.

– Stuff