Two individuals pleaded [Read more…]as co-defendants in “a large international conspiracy” involving the distribution of anabolic steroids and performance-enhancing drugs according to federal prosecutors in Western Pennsylvania. Paul Matthews and Ronald Sales admitted doing business with an internet steroid source know on bodybuilding forums as “Musclebear”. Musclebear had been a popular internet source for anabolic steroids and ancillary bodybuilding drugs for over a decade.
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An online supplier of anabolic steroids confirmed that Charlie Sheen was responsible for disrupting their business. Sheen’s revelation that he had “tiger blood” coursing through his veins set the internet abuzz with hundreds of thousands of people going to search engines trying to find out more information about “tiger blood”. Charlie Sheen’s tiger blood diatribes resulted in significant publicity for the manufacturer and distributors of Tiger Blood brand anabolic steroids. Esquire was even kind enough to provide a direct link to the Tiger Blood Pharmaceuticals website. Tiger Blood makes steroids such as Sustblood, Decablood, Testblood, Boldablood, Stanblood, Trenblood and Mastblood.
A top distributor of Tiger Blood described how the publicity disrupted their business recently on a [Read more…]. The distributor also reported that the TigerBlood.com website crashed a few times as a result of all the additional Sheen-related traffic. Apparently, the manufacturer of Tiger Blood steroids received several offers to purchase their domain name TigerBlood.com and mainstream media outlets even wanted to interview them about “Tiger Blood”.
Many steroid dealers have tried to use social media such as Facebook to increase sales of anabolic steroids. Sky News decided to single out one British bodybuilder who they claim sells anabolic steroids on Facebook. They provided screenshots of his Facebook status indicating the he is promoting the sale of items such as “Human growth hormone £150” and “Melantan 2 tanning injections £25”. The problem with the story “[Read more…]‘” is that it is inaccurate and misleading. The “investigative team” at Sky News does not seem to realize that human growth hormone (hGH) or melanotan-2 are not anabolic steroids.
Wood County Judge Alan Mayberry sentenced Greg Kreuz, the operator of an unidentified underground steroid lab (UGL), to [Read more…]citing the failure of previous court sanctions to rehabilitate the steroid dealer. Kreuz was previously convicted in 2005 on similar charges in Fulton County (Ohio). Judge Mayberry showed no leniency during sentencing. The judge found Kreuz’ 2005 statement about the preciousness of his children and his desire to be there for them disingenuous suggesting dealing steroids made Kreuz a poor father to his five children under the age of seven.
The Principality of of Andorra is a great source for anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs according to a . Andorra is the sixth smallest nation in Europe; it is located in the Pyrenees and surrounded by France to the north and Spain to the south.
There are fewer legal restrictions preventing internet pharmacies in Andorra from selling anabolic steroids and other substances banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA). [Read more…]
Steroid dealers in Louisiana have been required to pay a special drug tax for the past two decades. Convicted steroid dealer Todd Matherne onced owed $52 million dollars in taxes to the Louisiana Department of Revenue for steroids he sold under the Zencall Labs label. Matherne pleaded guilty to six steroid-related charges and served three years of a seven year prison sentence.
Matherne did not learn about Louisiana’s “drug stamp law” until after he was released from prison when trying to “rebuild his life”. He filed a lawsuit against the State of Louisiana calling the $52 million tax unconstitutional claiming it was in violation of the prohibition against “cruel and unusual punishment”. [Read more…]
Steve Corbersmith received a suspended sentence and avoids prison afterto selling anabolic steroids and generic sildenafil (Viagra) via an internet website at SLCHealth-Fitness.com.
The Clacton Gazette website [Read more…]that customers who purchased products from SLCHealth-Fitness.com are at risk of contracting HIV and/or Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (CJD). This appears to be nothing more than hysteria and propaganda by the Gazette.
Illegal anabolic steroids are for sale on Amazon.com according to. Amazon.com does not actually sell any of the dietary supplements which allegedly contain anabolic steroids. Rather, merchants participating in the “Amazon Seller” program offer steroids for sale. This is clearly done in violation of Amazon.com’s terms of service.
Amazon.com most likely has not knowingly offered steroids for sale via Amazon Sellers since the steroid products are sold and marketed as “dietary supplements”. Amazon did not ship products for most vendors; it was only responsible for product fulfilment by one vendor offering steroids for sale. [Read more…]