View Full Version : Tony Montana Arrested

December 9, 2004, 12:25 PM
Remember all those Tony Montana posts...well the guy FINALLY got arrested.


Poor translation from Altavista

It fell imprisoned to sell in the Web devices to improve arms
The Web site promises that kit "can settle hardly in 10 seconds", and that once inserted in any Glock pistol, turn it a powerful automatic weapon able to drain a shipper in seconds. Yesterday, his salesman and pretends inventor, an Argentinean of 38 years, was stopped in Martinez by an order of American authorities, that they investigate if he illegally exported the pieces to that country.

The investigation, according to sources of the case, began in February of 2001, when two Russian citizens were stopped in the airport the Guard, of New York with 3 submachine guns (automatic) with silencer.

When the American Police interrogated them, they responded that they had ordered the arms by mail, and that had paid them by means of a turn through an international company that is in charge to transfer cash between different countries.

According to the sources, months DES pués the FBI determined that the men had made the order in the Web site www.fullautoglock.net. That site had been opened, apparently, by a person of Ricky name, that is the lengthy Argentinean yesterday by order of federal judge Norberto Oyarbide.

In fact, which the site offers are not arms, but kit removible (of artisan manufacture) that any semiautomatic model of Glock pistol turns an automatic weapon, which increases its firepower.

Once they found the site, agents of the Office of Alcohol, Tobacco, Arms and Explosives of the Department of American Justice made an order of kits via Internet, and thus they found a direction of electronic mail that operated from Argentina.

With that information the Justice of the United States freed an order of capture to Interpol, and the file fell to the court of Oyarbide, that initiated an investigation with personnel of Operations of Interpol and the Antisecuestros Division of the Federal.

Finally, two levellings in Martinez and the district were made yesterday of Flowers, that finished with the halting of the suspect. In addition, according to the sources, a computer kidnapped itself —"has more than 1,600 e-mails to analyze" and several pieces of kit, those that will be put under a skill.

The prisoner sent kits by charge, and according to the sources estimate that from 2001 sold to the outside seven thousand units. In the page Web —that until continued working yesterday— it indicates that the cost of each kit, including expenses of shipment, is of 350 dollars, reason why the income by their sale could surpass the $2,000,000.

Now Oyarbide will have to solve the extradition order, and to also determine if the prisoner broke some Argentine law

December 9, 2004, 03:50 PM

December 10, 2004, 12:45 AM
Wait, was this guy living in the U.S.?

If he wasn't, I don't see how the ATF can arrest him.

December 10, 2004, 01:21 AM
Extradition and mutual cooperation between countries. We have BATFE and FBI in over 30 countries.

The warrent was forwarded to Interpol who initiated the arrest.

December 15, 2004, 07:27 PM
... Like the title says... Yay!

In addition, according to the sources, a computer kidnapped itself...I love AltaVista. :D

December 15, 2004, 11:02 PM
Finally, the a****** got busted!

Yes, death to those who sell those nasty nasty machine guns. Baby killers. :rolleyes:

December 15, 2004, 11:36 PM
Yes, death to those who sell those nasty nasty machine guns. Baby killers. :rolleyes:
It's not the fact that they're machineguns, or the fact that he was selling them. It's the fact that he wasn't doing it legally. I don't support or like the current laws on automatic weapons, but I don't support breaking them either.

December 16, 2004, 12:12 AM
he (or someone) still logs on regularly to MSN messanger and he offered one of those kits to me for 200$ I turned him down :confused: , that whole situation stinks of entrapment :barf:

December 16, 2004, 09:39 AM
I don't support or like the current laws on automatic weapons...

...and I really don't support someone enticing potentially ignorant consumers into a felony rap.

December 16, 2004, 02:40 PM
Hmm, I thought he fell off his balcony and died in the early 80s after absorbing dozens of hits from Uzis and Ingrams, after saying, "OK, OK, jou wanna play rough? OK, I play rough wit jou!" and taking quite a few with him with his M16/ M203. :)