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Oklahoma inmates convicted of drug trafficking


THANK YOU SHELBY. 125 OKLAHOMA INMATES CONVICTED OF DRUG TRAFFICKING WHILE BEHIND BARS AND LINKED TO MOB ISHRI AND THEIR CHIEF INVESTIGATORS SAY IT IS DAVID POSTELL THE BROTHER OF GILBERT POSTEL WHO JUST WAS KILLED BY THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA FOR VERALS MURDERS DAVID POSTEL ALSO SENTENCED TO LIFE IN JAIL FOR HIS ROLES IN THESE MURDERS OVER THE PAST FIVE YEARS, SEVERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCIES HAVE CONDUCTED WIRETAPS ON PHONES THAT INMATES ARE INSERTED IN PRISON. DEFENDANTS POSLTE WAS THE ONLY ONE TO RECEIVE A LIFE SENTENCE ANOTHER THE OTHERS W

125 Oklahoma inmates with Irish Mafia ties convicted of drug trafficking

Investigators said their leader was David Postelle, the brother of Gilbert Postelle – an Oklahoma death row inmate the state executed this year for multiple murders.

Authorities have announced that 125 Oklahoma inmates with links to the Irish Mafia have been convicted of drug trafficking while in prison. Investigators said their leader was David Postelle, the brother of Gilbert Postelle – an Oklahoma death row inmate the state executed this year for multiple murders. . David Postelle was also sentenced to life in prison for his role in these murders. Over the past five years, several law enforcement agencies have been tapping phones that inmates have smuggled into prison. The wiretaps resulted in the seizure of more than 500 pounds of methamphetamine and heroin, hundreds of firearms and nearly $600,000 in drug trafficking. Of the 125 accused, David Postelle was the only one to be sentenced to life. The others will serve a collective of 1,350 years.

Authorities have announced that 125 Oklahoma inmates with links to the Irish Mafia have been convicted of drug trafficking while in prison.

Investigators said their leader was David Postelle, the brother of Gilbert Postelle – an Oklahoma death row inmate the state executed this year for multiple murders. David Postelle was also sentenced to life in prison for his role in these murders.

Over the past five years, several law enforcement agencies have been tapping phones that inmates have smuggled into prison.

The wiretaps resulted in the seizure of more than 500 pounds of methamphetamine and heroin, hundreds of firearms and nearly $600,000 in drug deals.

Of the 125 defendants, David Postelle is the only one to have been sentenced to life imprisonment. The others will serve a collective of 1,350 years.

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