Drug peddler in Goa jail found to be using Facebook website
An Israeli drug peddler in Goa jail is now found to be updating his Facebook account from behind the bars indicating that he has an access to internet, banned as per the law.
Panaji: An Israeli drug peddler in Goa
jail is now found to be updating his Facebook account from
behind the bars indicating that he has an access to internet,
banned as per the law.
David Driham alias Dudu, who was arrested for
possessing cocktail of drugs and is currently lodged at Aguada
central Jail, has been regularly keeping in touch with his
fianc’e, sister and friends through social networking website,
When approached Inspector General of Prisons, Mihir
Vardhan, he said that he would be investigating into the
matter. "How sure you are that he himself is doing it? Someone
else may also do it on his behalf," Vardhan said but also
assured to investigate the uploads on Facebook.
The account is last updated on June 18, while he has
been in lock up since February 21 after he was arrested with
cocaine, heroine, LSD (Lysergic acid diethylamide) and Charas,
having a street value of Rs 3.81 lakh, at Anjuna area here.
"My baby I love you so much, my fianc’e," Dudu says in
the Facebook remark written to Zarine Driham on April 15.
He was regularly updating his profile till June with a
few of his friends wishing him good luck in his case.
"Come on bro Aba"ah truth will come and you will be
with us here" Nahari Eyal, Dudu’s friend from Farzliya,
"Atonement for you. All miss you, and keep you fingers
crossed," Jude Yhudit Azulay, a photographer based in Ramat
Gen, Israeli writes in.
Dudu’s sister who frequently visits Goa has also kept
in touch with her brother through Facebook.
Photographs of Dudu and his fianc’e celebrating
Valentine`s Day are also prominently displayed on the social
Dudu in his confession had named several police
officers who had allegedly accepted bribe from him. Besides
drug case, Dudu is also convicted for three years for
overstaying in Goa without valid documents.