[Chugalug] Silk Road and Bitcoins
ub3ratl4sf00 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 5 15:58:53 UTC 2013
The kid thought he hired a hitman. They even staged the hit and everything.
He ran a buisness that (no matter your view on legalization) was illegal at
the time he was arrested. Whats worse was he wasn't even a very competant
buisnessman, his site was full of outright scams and he drew the ire of the
FBI and IRS for it.
Like bitcoins or not, if you are trading illicit goods, chances are you
will get arrested
Let him rot.
On Oct 5, 2013 11:38 AM, "Matt Keys" <mk6032 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I gotcha, thanks. I'll bet a chugalunch there will be blowback to follow.
> IMO the LEA actions in this instance are more criminal than the offender(s)
> they targeted. I mean c'mon... who are they to bitch about China's
> government sponsored hackers now? Stuxnet was one thing and questionably
> was worth it... but this?
> On 10/05/2013 10:35 AM, Dan Lyke wrote:
>> On Sat, 05 Oct 2013 06:42:30 -0400
>> Matt Keys <mk6032 at yahoo.com> wrote:
>>> Can someone explain to me how the FBI (or whatever gov 3 letter
>>> acronym) "seized" a Tor domain? The Tor DNS resolution is supposed to
>>> be distributed to where it never reveals the actual location, is it
>> They got to the server itself. Control the server, control what it
>> For Silk Road, it looks like they found the guy through other means.
>> For the other Tor related busts recently, they compromised one server
>> to deliver a worm that hit another site simultaneous with the Tor
>> accesses, which gave them a correlatable IP address.
>> knew that.
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