Cracking the case: ‘DOMEX’ system is tool used to analyze crime

When Baltimore authorities seized computers connected to a multimillion-dollar Internet pharmacy operation in late 2006, they turned to Johnstown for help. Specialists at the National Drug Intelligence Center analyzed large amounts of electronic information, providing crucial evidence that led to two convictions in Maryland’s largest-ever pharmaceutical-trafficking case. “I just cannot say enough about what they did with these computers,” said Andrea Smith, an assistant U.S. attorney in Baltimore…

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