Drugs End All Dreams

August 6, 2018 | Brainwave Science


On August 2nd, 2018, John H. Durham, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, Brian D. Boyle, Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration for New England, and Hartford Police Chief David Rosado announced that a federal grand jury in Hartford returned a 28-count indictment charging 16 individuals with various offenses related to the distribution of heroin, fentanyl and other narcotics in the Hartford area.

The head of the trafficking organization is Julio “Cuzzo Jay” Oliveras, 32.  Victor “Domi” Perdomo, 32 — was Oliveras’ primary source of heroin and fentanyl, the attorney’s office said. Oliveras used multiple locations to store his drug supply and kept firearms in a U-Haul storage unit in Hartford, prosecutors said. During a six-month investigation, officials seized about six kilograms of suspected heroin and fentanyl, 600 grams of crack cocaine and eight firearms, authorities said. Authorities arrested 15 of the 16 suspects between July 19 and July 26. The 16th defendant, Robert “Ant” Campbell, 26, had already been detained in Florida since February. The whole trafficking organization was charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute and to possess with intent to distribute heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and cocaine base, some of them were additionally charged with one or more counts of possession of controlled substances and/or distribution of various controlled substances.



Drug trafficking is a global illicit trade involving the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of substances which are subject to drug prohibition laws. Drug trafficking poses a serious transnational problem to many countries in the world. Increased drug trade means increased health risks for victims and consumers, increased levels of violent crime such as homicides, and a diminished rule of law and the very political structures supporting it.

How to counter the drugs if there are so many trafficking organizations worldwide have developed into versatile, loose networks that allow them to cooperate intermittently while being able to carry out illicit activities independently. The primary challenge for law enforcement is to collect valuable intelligence that can help them identify and disrupt the leaders of these drug trafficking networks.

Mostly law enforcement and drug enforcement agencies use the traditional methods of investigation, which are definitely not effective any more.



Given the complex security risks facing the world today, iCognative by Brainwave Science is best suited to address this challenge of Drug Trafficking in the United States. This innovative security solution can aid authorities across a wide range of domains, supporting them in fighting criminal activities. The methodology is simple. The proprietary software matches crime-related information from the crime scene or available incriminating evidence with the information stored in the memory bank of a suspect. The system is purpose-built to achieve accuracy rates well above 99%. It accurately detects what is known or unknown to a suspect, the solution can compellingly transform the tempo and efficacy required in an investigation. A 45 minutes test with Brain Fingerprinting can successfully find criminal liaisons in a suspect’s brain.

In case with the trafficking organization “Cuzzo Jay” the iCognative technology can provide the best method of investigation. Details regarding the investigation carried out so far such as: primary source of heroin and fentanyl, primary customers, multiple locations to store his drug supply and firearms kept in a U-Haul storage, etc. along with other confidential information are useful iCognative test stimuli setup requirements.  The test can determine if suspects have further connections to bigger criminal networks, what information they know and if they’re hiding other intelligence that can be of use to authorities. In comparison to traditional techniques, such as DNA tests or polygraph, this security solution works with the human brain in a way that leaves no room for mistakes or interpretation. The solution can accurately reveal to what degree a suspect is involved in a trafficking case, what information a victim or perpetrator is concealing, and whether a suspect has any other incriminating information connected to other crimes.

What differentiates iCognative from all other existing biometric and forensic technology currently available on the security market is that results are consistently achieved at an outstanding accuracy rate of 99%. iCognative guarantees a high success rate in generating quality leads at an unprecedented faster rate.



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