Mouhammed Bousaleh: Lebanon Drug Kingpin Exposed

The AFP is holding 16 drug lords responsible for importing most of the ecstasy, heroin, and cocaine into Australia. One of these 16 drug lords is Mouhammed Bousaleh.

These criminal kingpins are based all around the world from Turkey to Lebanon and have a vast network of distributors, and muscle and shell companies. They use these to ship a large number of illegal drugs into Australia and generate billions of dollars in revenue. Shockingly, they operate almost like legitimate organizations, as they have strict rules, managerial positions, and offices. 

They pose like successful brokers, property developers, logistic freighters, telecommunications specialists, car salesmen, restaurateurs, and casino operators. The Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission has been investigating these bad elements for quite some time now.

Mouhammed Bousaleh is a suspected drug trafficker. The Federal Police allege that he is behind the ‘black flight’ drug which is popular in the Australian underworld. 

Other alleged cocaine crime bosses are as follows:

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  1. Hakan Arif From Turkey
  2. Hakan Ayik From Turkey
  3. Mark Buddle From UAE
  4. Mouhammed Bousaleh From Lebanon
  5. Angelo Pandeli From UAE
  6. An unidentified businessman (money launderer) from UAE
  7. Michael Tu from Hong Kong
  8. Unidentified Tu associate from Hong Kong
  9. 2 Drug suppliers from the Netherlands
  10. 2 Undientefied drug barons from Europe
  11. An unidentified middleman from Pakistan (& Cambodia)
  12. An unidentified man from Adelaide

Police have alluded that these men live a very lavish lifestyle. The biggest problem they face is laundering their money out from Australia.

The ACIC considers Hakan Arif and Hakan Ayik as property targets.

Both of these individuals are residing in Turkey. On June 8 the Australian authorities carried out the biggest crime bust in the country’s history. Where they announced 224 people being arrested. The sting operation was made possible thanks to technology designed by the FBI.

A couple of criminal networks in Australia started using ‘AN0M’ branded phones and encrypted messaging 3 years ago. Unaware of the fact that the Federal Police were using the platform to track them down and gather evidence.

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Where is Mouhammed Bousaleh?

Mouhammed Bousaleh is a Western Sydney man last spotted in Lebanon and the UAE. He is suspected of being involved in drug shipping. 

Mouhammed Bousaleh’s Press Coverage

Being Australia’s biggest drug bust ever, it was a headline event and was covered in major newspapers and news outlets. This caused major issues for these “alleged” drug lords to continue with their lavish lifestyle and wealth. 

It has been rumored that journalists are being harassed by certain individuals into taking down their coverage.

Australian Government Agencies Rumoured To Be Helping Drug Lords

According to some sources in China, cartel members are also getting support from some government agencies inside Australia and outside it. Some politicians are believed to be helping these drug traffickers and peddlers in getting away with their crimes. 

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    1. The process of taking the addiction and then trying to leave it is as hard as lifting the Hammer of Thor (Mjolnir).

    2. There should be no bail provided to these drug dealers once caught, they are destroying the future of many teens.

    3. It is very important not to add yourself to the community of this field because it is like a quagmire where if you indulge in it then it will be difficult for you to come out of it.

    4. It is very important to make a special cell for keeping a check on the ground level as this multi-billion business is expanding with a speed of 2X. If not restricted earlier then the days are not far away when you will find it in the stores being sold legally.

    5. I don’t understand why teens are attracted to all those activities which they know will lead them to ruin. When we were teens we had an addiction to beautiful girls and for coca cola but kids these days are getting addicted to cocaine and heroin.

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      I am glad to see a platform like yours exposing the crooks who spread poison in our society. You get my support.

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    7. This article is totally defamatory and has clearly been planted by a disgruntled newsreporter or an AFP source who has seen that the major newswire reporting on this matter has been amended to excise all reference to the subject of the report. This is evidenced by the use of the subject’s photograph to which only the AFP and the Australian Government have access and the following paragraph:

      “It has been rumored that journalists are being harassed by certain individuals into taking down their coverage”.

      No such harrassment has taken place. It is a gross lie. Legal exchange took place between my office and the editorials of three major news outlets in Australia.

      Unless this article is immediately removed, proceedings will be initiated in Australia to disclose the source (or his handler in the AFP if that is the case) and a request will be made for criminal/disciplinary proceedings to be initiated.

      Furthermore, Gripeo will be exposed to civil proceedings for gross defamation given that Mr. Bousaleh never been charged with or suspected of trafficking in narcotics.

      The only reporter whose name has been mentioned and unprofessional reporting complained of is CHARLES MIRANDA whose defamatory article was amended to excise his false reporting concerning Mr. Bousaleh.

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