Secret tapes reveal romantic drugs sold by steroid junkies so he can buy his girlfriend an engagement ring
- Musa Forna pleaded guilty to human trafficking for two months in 2017
- He wanted to be able to afford an engagement ring for his girlfriend
- Forna was detained for two years, but was released in February 2020
A bodybuilder has pleaded guilty to having traded cocaine and ecstasy so that he can buy an engagement ring for his girlfriend.
Musa Forna admitted to the Cairns Supreme Court on Tuesday 2017 that she had trafficked people for two months.
The court heard audio clips saying, according to the Cairns Post, that he wanted to interfere in the drug trade "to get a ring for the woman."
The recorded conversations took place between Forna and his alleged dealer.
Musa Forna (pictured) pleaded guilty to human trafficking for two months in 2017 when the court heard audio clips of him saying he wanted to get involved to get a ring for the woman
"You will make a lot of money, brother. I can give it to you on tick; Some people like to do this in advance, ”the alleged dealer was heard saying.
Forna was introduced to the encrypted Wicca intelligence service and street drug prices.
He would buy cocaine for $ 200 a gram and pills for $ 9 each.
The police later discovered his Wicca account and the conversation with his alleged dealer, whom he called "D *** Nipple".
Prosecutor Patrick Nevard said the police did not know the size of Forna's business due to the use of the encrypted service, but believed that his winnings totaled $ 5,355.
Forna was on the records that brag about his business that Mr. Nevard read in court.
Mr. Nevard said Forna said, “I can't believe how easy it was, brother; The guys who beat me all buy up to eight tablets … I do that every day this week. & # 39;
On a secret recording, Forna was heard to say, “I can't believe how easy it was, brother; The guys who beat me all buy up to eight tablets … I do that every day this week. & # 39;
Forna's house was ransacked in January 2018, a year after he deposited $ 2,300 into his suspected dealer's mailbox.
During the raid, the police found testosterone bottles and trenbolone in a protein bucket with syringes.
Forna's lawyer Bridie Bilic said her client came to Australia when he and his family escaped the war in Sierra Leone.
He eventually started doing bodybuilding and that's how he got to know his supposed dealer.
During this time, Ms. Bilic said he was a "steroid junkie" and got out of the drug business when he realized that he had been subjected to violence and owed money.
Justice Jim Henry said Forna had "grown up a lot" since he was arrested.
Forna was detained for two and a half years and can be released on parole in February 2020.
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