Drug dealers" ebay selling ecstasy and HEROIN doubles its sales to 1MILLION a month… and the police are powerless to ban it

Drug dealers' ebay selling ecstasy and HEROIN doubles its sales to 1MILLION a month… and the police are powerless to ban it The 'Silk Road' website is known as the eBay of the drugs worldIt allows people to find the best price for their drugs and also rate the sellers Drugs are sent inside packages and then innocently delivered by post The site has increased in popularity and now makes 1million a month Australian dealer became first 'Silk Road' dealer to be convicted in February will be officially published later this year. It shows that sales on the site doubled over a six-month period in 2012 reaching $1.7million sales – the equivalent of 1million – every single month

Zimmerman: How bodyguards made Trayvon Martin killer vanish on first release – secret plan revealed in lawsuit

Quick change in the toilet, GPS trackers and body armour: The secret plan that let George Zimmerman vanish on first release revealed The plan included swapping vehicles and clothes on the way to a hideoutZimmerman, 29, is on $1million bail whilst awaiting his murder trialHis former bodyguards have filed a suit claiming he owes them $27,000 | UPDATED: 12:29 GMT, 28 December 2012 George Zimmerman is facing trial for the murder of Trayvon Martin which has sparked outrage across America.

Archived files show Soviet Union used civil airliners to conduct secret Cold War spying missions over Britain

Archived files show Soviet Union used civil airliners to conduct secret Cold War spying missions over Britain Aircraft would veer off their approved flight paths to carry out missionsDefence Secretary said RAF was monitoring monthly flights through UK | UPDATED: 09:13 GMT, 28 December 2012 Defence Secretary John Nott in 1982, who informed prime minister Margaret Thatcher in December 1981 that the RAF was monitoring the hundreds of monthly flights through UK airspace by Warsaw Pact airliners The Soviet Union used civil airliners to conduct secret Cold War spying missions over Britain, according to newly published Government files. Some aircraft would switch off their transponders, alerting air traffic controllers to their position before veering off their approved flight paths to carry out aerial intelligence-gathering missions over sensitive targets, papers released by the National Archives under the 30-year rule show.

Abu Qatada goes for a walk monitored by new top of the range cameras

That's a nice CCTV system you've got in your street Mr Qatada! Freed terror suspect goes for a walk monitored by new top-of-the-range cameras | UPDATED: 19:38 GMT, 23 December 2012 CCTV cameras have been installed outside the home of hate preacher Abu Qatada to monitor him around the clock, it was reported today. They were used to keep track of the Al-Qaeda sympathiser, 52, when he went on a rare journey out yesterday

Prickly feat: The baby echidnas that are the first to be successfully bred from zoo-born parents

Snuggles from puggles: The tiny baby echidnas that can curl up in the palm of your hand Two short-beaked echidnas, Babbin and Nyingarn, were born at Perth Zoo The puggles are the first in the world to be bred by zoo-born parents | UPDATED: 17:21 GMT, 18 December 2012 They may look like adorable baby hedgehogs but these rare spiky puggles are the first echidnas to ever be bred from zoo-born parents. Two short-beaked baby echidnas – called puggles – Babbin and Nyingarn were born at Perth Zoo this August

Lee Westerman banned from impersonating policeman or paramedic

Bogus emergency worker, 29, posed as a policeman and paramedic at scene of road accidents and tried to give first-aid | UPDATED: 14:57 GMT, 12 December 2012 An unemployed man has been banned from posing as a policeman or paramedic after turning up at the scene of accidents and attempting to give first aid to crash victims.