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A Drug Dealer Called “monstermunchman” Boasted Over Taking Luxurious Vacations

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ByDavid Brown

Sep 1, 2023
"Monstermunchman," drug dealer, flaunted
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The man he believed that by using the nickname “monstermunchman,” he would be able to avoid detection.’ Police discovered the strange username of a drug dealer using the internet alias “monstermunchman” on a covert network, and he was arrested. 

A significant number of Class A narcotics were supplied by Jamie Joseph Veale, 32, of Widnes, using the messaging service EncroChat. According to the police, he exploited his extensive conspiracy to indulge in a lavish lifestyle, which included luxury goods and “expensive trips abroad.”

Following the closure of EncroChat in 2020, Cheshire Police teamed together with the National Crime Agency, the North West Regional Organized Crime Unit, and the Crown Prosecution Service, and he was caught. The investigators located Veale and learned that between May 19 and June 13 of that year, he had used the encrypted network to haggle pricing for kilogram quantities of class A narcotics.

According to the Liverpool Echo, they discovered that Veale was in charge of supplying at least 17 kg of cocaine. The Serious and Organized Crime Unit of Cheshire Police conducted a warrant at Veale’s residence on Monday, June 29, 2020, and found many mobile devices, cash, a significant quantity of expensive jewelry and apparel, as well as drug paraphernalia.

The Arrest and Sentence

Veale was detained and accused of violating narcotics supply laws. At Liverpool Crown Court, he admitted to conspiring to provide class A and B narcotics and was sentenced to 18 years in prison. Despite being unemployed, Veale reaped the rewards of his illegal behavior by owning valuable possessions and taking lavish vacations, according to Detective Sergeant Christian Gordon. 

He orchestrated the delivery of a significant amount of cocaine and carried out his plan using a platform that he thought would keep him hidden. However, following the infiltration of EncroChat, police were able to go through communications that were ascribed to Veale using a codename and compile a wealth of evidence against him. He will likely spend a significant amount of time in prison as a result of his diligence.

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