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EncroChat users: Nathan Harding - “MagicCider” and “LesserHedge” Craig O'Hare - also “MagicCider”

Harding sold heroin, cocaine and cannabis worth around £1.5million through the encrypted phone network.

Detectives identified the handprints of the 30-year-old, of Maud Street, Toxteth, on a photo he took showing him holding cannabis in his hand.

He used the MagicCider handle between April to May 2020, before it was passed over to another dealer, his drug courier O’Hare.

Harding then used a new handle called "LesserHedge", to continue carrying out his criminal activity.

Texts showed he discussed the sale of cocaine and heroin with an estimated wholesale value of £521,000, plus 193 kilos of cannabis, worth around £1m.

O'Hare, 33, of Fairfield Avenue, Roby, transported drugs for Harding and supplied up to three kilos of Class A drugs and 10 kilos of cannabis.

Both men admitted conspiring to supply Class A and Class B drugs.

Harding was jailed for 18 years and five months.

O'Hare was jailed for six and a half years.



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