at least that's what they showed in some TV-reportage.
it's a matter of sources you can trust with your common sense.
It has been abolished anyway.
If it is Av3k than he is seriously screwed.
than he is seriously screwed.
Search homes and arrest in Osterode
Last Tuesday of realization came at a time up to three homes that police officers chosen some during their work. In total, there were secured around two kilograms of drugs, arrested three residents Ostroda interrelated in launder criminal. Among those detained in age from 24 to 30 years are the store seller, as well as world champion in computer games a few years ago. But in the meantime, he decided to change the "profession" and to deal with drug trafficking. Detainees in this case the men were taken to police custody.
Trop led to Podlasie. There dozen kg of drugs, weapons, ammunition and tablets acute potency
In this criminal action did not end. Later that same day, investigators have determined the main supplier of the drug on the market ostródzki. In the area of ​​Ostróda Zambrowa criminals supported by officers of the Police Headquarters in Olsztyn and Bialystok, using the SWAT entered the apartment Matthias N. There, during the search were protected, inter alia, 10.5 kilograms of marijuana, more than 1.5 kilograms of amphetamines, several thousand tablets of ecstasy, 1200 probably on the potency pills, nearly 70 thousand and two revolvers, more than 100 pieces of live ammunition, body armor and a balaclava. 39-year-old surprised when did not resist arrest. Came after police custody in Osterode. Police findings also indicated that the man had already been punished not only for drug offenses, but also for the robberies.
people regularly die from taking ecstasy (albeit that's typically from adulterants, not the actual MDMA)
In total, there were secured around two kilograms of drugs, arrested three residents Ostroda interrelated in launder criminal. Among those detained in age from 24 to 30 years are the store seller, as well as world champion in computer games a few years ago.
As determined by the investigators, the people of Ostróda took drugs "on loan" from Matthias N., and the charge for interconnection with him only when the goods sold.
Later that same day, investigators have determined the main supplier of the drug on the market.
Would his video game title help to save him some prison time or something?
According to unofficial information, the Virtual Polish indicate that it is a multiple winner of the tournament in Quake.
Some Poles on the internet say that the guy is a Quake player.
Something really went bad there, and none of us saw it coming, not even the "smart" ones who are used to know everybody and everything around here.
well that was fazz's implication
The so called eastern part of the EU became terribly poor and hopeless in the last decade
That is why ideally gmo, mcdonalds, alcohol should be banned imo. (There is a reason allot of the rich elites have organic gardens and do not eat the food the majority are eating)
But then again if you want to be a loser and a sheep[...]
You can't stop people from making bad decisions, but what is fair is to inform everyone of what is going on.
[...]marijuana, amphetamines, cannabis, ecstasy pills and the potency, firearms, live ammunition, and video games
Trautman: You're the last of an elite group, don't end it like this.
Rambo: Back there I could fly a gunship, I could drive a tank, I was in charge of million dollar equipment, back here I can't even hold a job parking cars!
I think what people seem oblivious to, or simply do not care, is what Cypher (or Avek, for the matter) is living at the moment.
They've been into Quake since they were teenagers, achieving results that would set them apart from 99.999% of their peers. This goes to all levels, from money (realize what it means to win 16000$ at Quakecon, as teenager, when you live in a country where the average salary is 300$), to traveling the world, to getting exposure to the public etc. And this was possible because of their talent and dedication; they put their lives into this.
Now they are in their twenties, and Quake can no longer support them. It's a turning point in their career, and not necessarily a good one. They live in countries where you don't have many opportunities, and may not really have options to move to a different country (Belarus is not in the EU regulations, for instance). Whatever level of education they have, for a non-esport job they have to compete with people that spent the last 10 years either in school or doing that job. This is very hard, even in easier, richer countries.
So, it is not a surprise if they have other things in their mind, if they are stressed and behave not exactly like gentlemen. It's a hard moment of their lives. Reducing this to "oh, he lost this or that and now rages" is plain stupid. Give them time, and they will sort out what to do professionally, and eventually go back to their former, happier, personalities.
To conclude, to me this is a measurement of the failure of esport today, and is precisely what good people should (and are) trying to change.
dont judge anyone till you have walked a mile in their shoes.
Judging is always counterproductive.
Your 'niggaz' mentality and outlook to life is not what inspires people.
A natural, unprocessd plant from nature
So he only had weed?
yeah you see that on a lot of players
He'd be banned if he was cheating.
I don't have to give evidence to prove someone who hasn't been found guilty, to be innocent.
It's just sad to see a community of 16 year olds who love shox and scream because they look like boyband icons turn on the greatest team of this era, only based on rumors. I'm not a fnatic fanboy despite being swedish, I just really dislike slander where it's not deserved.
Arguments have facts.
from time to time someone does unique things in any walk of life that makes even decent players look bad.
a random gamer cannot be wrong about something like this.
I still got it....