So far, 95 South Australians have been charged in the “Ironside Police Sting Operation”. This is a list of people we know, where they are from and what they are accused of.
In the past 18 months, the police dismantled a “transnational” ring of methamphetamine and cocaine in South Australia during Operation Ironside and caused “mass damage” to Comancheros.
A fugitive Sydney drug lord and an Adelaide olive grove worker are among the seven Australians listed as key by the FBI in its spy app to crush global criminal gangs.
A convicted drug dealer who is proficient in technology has been revealed as the inventor of the Trojan horse application AN0M.
The fugitive drug lord Hakan Ike, who brought the underworld directly to law enforcement, has received an ultimatum.
The names of dozens of South Australians involved in the Ironside operation have been published in court.
The FBI revealed that as part of the Australia-U.S. Ironside operation against organized crime, more people have been arrested.
The Ironside operation allegedly avoided the potential massacre of The Parade-an inside story about how the police thwarted the gangster’s plan to execute the opponent.
At 5:30 a.m. on Monday, a senior South Australian detective broadcast the phrase “implement the resolution” over the radio-more than 400 police officers took immediate action.
Police from 16 countries arrested more than 800 suspects and seized more than $48 million in the “Spur of the Century” by Agence France-Presse.
Members of Comanchero bikie from the suburbs of Melbourne were arrested in a raid related to the global police assassination of Ironside. The Victoria Police is expected to use the information found to resolve at least four murders.
A murder conspiracy involving a machine gun in a cafe is one of the crimes of being stabbed and sabotaged by a genius policeman who crushed the Australian underworld.
A ninja fighter and a former Bandidos motorcyclist were involved in the infamous Broadbeach brawl. These Queenslanders were stabbed in Australia’s largest criminal activity ever.
This is an Australian mafia who was secretly used by the police to fool local criminals and global fugitives, giving up their identity and network.
AFP and the FBI secretly use an encrypted platform called AN0M to catch criminals in their own games. This is how it works.
Part 1: This is how Agence France-Presse and the Federal Bureau of Investigation carried out raids across Australia to overthrow the mafia, motorists and national gangs from Asia to Albania.
Part 2: This is the moment when the Australian Federal Police created the AN0M application-a Trojan horse program that can expose criminals and their networks.
The police will now target a group of trusted insiders—corrupt people working in legitimate businesses—and help drug lords ship their evil cargo to Australia.
Part 3: The Australian police convinced the “influencers” that they could let others use the AN0M application and eventually expose their secret network.
Thanks to intelligence from the AN0M app, as many as 21 murder conspiracies were prevented, including attacks on two organized crime families.Warning: Graphics
Australian drug lord Hakan Ayik was exposed as an “influencer” who brought the police directly into the world criminal organization.
Nigel Ryan of Agence France-Presse wrote that the world’s first operation of Agence France-Presse would cut off some criminal snake heads, but there were other snakes attacking Australia.
Dozens of Comanchero motorcyclists, two reality TV stars, mafia figures, and a man who allegedly had $1.5 million in dirty cash were stabbed and captured by the police’s Century AN0M.