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Ryan Hill, 25, from Cairns in Far North Queensland, has posted part of the statement of a co-defendant on social media while being bailed for drug trafficking charges

REVEALED: The Facebook post that left an alleged drug queen behind bars after the police took offense at the EMOJI he used

  • Ryan Hill, 25, was detained for allegedly intimidating Facebook post
  • He has been arrested since his arrest last year for accusations of being part of the drug syndicate
  • The police claim that a syndicate spreads cocaine and marijuana in various states
  • Hill posted the co-defendant's statement on rat emoji on social media
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An alleged drug queen has been thrown into custody over an allegedly intimidating Facebook post.

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Ryan Hill, 25 years old, from Cairns in Far North Queensland, has posted part of a co-defendant's statement on social media while he was bailed for drug trafficking charges.

Hill is said to have been part of a syndicate that spread substances such as cocaine, cannabis and LSD in different parts of Australia between 2016 and 2018.

Not only is the syndicate active in Far North Queensland, but also in South Australia, NSW and abroad, Cairns Post reported.

Ryan Hill, 25, from Cairns in Far North Queensland, has posted part of the statement of a co-defendant on social media while being bailed for drug trafficking charges

Ryan Hill, 25, from Cairns in Far North Queensland, has posted part of the statement of a co-defendant on social media while being bailed for drug trafficking charges

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Hill had been on bail since his arrest last year, but was able to revoke it after his Facebook post.

The man from Cairns had posted two pages of co-accused Kieran Wilson's police statement along with a rat emoji and tagged Mr. Wilson's girlfriend.

& # 39; The largest (rat emoji) of Cairns who fabricates stories to stay out of jail, & # 39; said the message.

Cairns Magistrates Court heard the post on Wednesday in comments such as & # 39; do not dog the boys & # 39; and & # 39; snitches get stitches & # 39 ;.

& # 39; The suspect would have responded to that person & # 39; you should see the complete thing, 220 paragraphs & # 39;, & # 39; said police judge Sergeant Amy Rennie.

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According to police, the post was intended to intimidate a witness, although Hill's defense claimed it was not a threat.

& # 39; It was just a statement of what he thought of a person making a statement on that substantive issue, & # 39; said defense fighter Dymphna Hawkins.

Hawkins went on to say that Hill had removed the post after the police contacted him.

Hill is one of seven people who, if found guilty, can handle the greatest sense of the word in the region's history.

Under new legislation, a minimum penalty of seven years can be applied to a person who would have operated on an organized crime ring.

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Acting Magistrate Scott Luxton said he would pass on his decision on Hill & bail request Friday.

Cairns Magistrates Court heard the post on Wednesday in comments such as & # 39; do not dog the boys & # 39; and & # 39; snitches get stitches & # 39;

Cairns Magistrates Court heard the post on Wednesday in comments such as & # 39; do not dog the boys & # 39; and & # 39; snitches get stitches & # 39;

Cairns Magistrates Court heard the post on Wednesday in comments such as & # 39; do not dog the boys & # 39; and & # 39; snitches get stitches & # 39;

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