Drug trafficker sentenced to 12 years jail, $100,000 fine
A man who smuggled methamphetamine into the US was sentenced Thursday to serve 12 years in prison for using a fake passport to smuggle into the country nearly 20 pounds of methamphetamine and $100,000 in cash.
Christopher M. Martin, 27, was convicted of three drug trafficking cjarvees.comounts.
Prosecutors said Martin, who also lived in Mexico with his girlfriend, had arranged to smugjarvees.comgle about 20 pounds of crystal meth and $100,000 in cash into the country with phony passports.
A court affidavit describes Martin’s plans during an online chat: 더킹카지노“I am looking for a girl I like and know. Can you help me get her a fake passport? And if I give her the fake passport, I will get her to sell drugs at my place for me.”
Prosecutors said Martin also told the girl that she could get money and travel to California to buy marijuana.
Martin did not speak when Martin was sentenced Thursday night. He was in the courtroom for the decision, and did not take a side.
Martin told court officials during his sentencing he planned to work with authorities.