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Silk Road’s Meth Vendor “Hammertime” Pleads Guilty In Oregon Court

Silk Road Vendor “Hammertime” Who was busted Busted in 2013 Just pleaded guilty, this is the plea agreement that was filed to the Oregon Court:

On Tuesday, a philosophy PhD turned “online entrepreneur” and Silk Road drug dealer pleaded guilty to his part in a conspiracy to sell 17 pounds of meth for more than $600,000 on the Silk Road.

Jason Weld Hagen, 40, known as “hammertime” on the Silk Road, was charged alongside three other Washington residents on December 18, 2013, for conspiracy to distribute meth around the world through the Silk Road in addition to 15 counts of money laundering.  All four pleaded not guilty. The arrest came two months after the Silk Road servers were seized by the feds in Iceland and the online marketplace’s mastermind, Ross Ulbricht, was arrested in October 2013.

More details at this forbes article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/katevinton/2015/02/18/silk-roads-biggest-meth-dealer-pleads-guilty-for-role-in-conspiracy-to-sell-17-pounds-of-meth/


  1. isn’t it somewhat ironic that a meth dealer got caught using a site based in Ice-Land ? I was going to make a joke about philosophy and meth but it would be too wordy to have a serious debate.

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