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Teenager Arrested for Trying To Buy Glock Pistol From The Dark Web

Megan Schadeberg (19), from Carmarthenshire, had attempted to buy a Glock handgun from the dark web and said she wanted to ”kill herself and kill the world” according to the court. During the house search, police found books on mass shootings where the girl made notes. They also found a diary where Schadeberg said that she “hated everyone” and “did not feeling anything for other people”.

On the 19-year-old’s iPhone, the law enforcement authorities found the link of a dark net marketplace where Schadeberg put a Glock G21 and ammunition for it in a shopping basket and uploaded £240 in Bitcoins to a wallet, which she could use for a down payment for the weapon and the bullets.

Schadeberg pleaded guilty to the attempt of buying a prohibited weapon in October last year when she appeared in the dock of Swansea Crown Court last week. According to official court documents, her plan to buy a gun came to light after she told a psychiatrist about it who then alerted police.

The court also heard that Schadeberg was suffering from “some form of psychotic illness”. According to Craig Jones, from defense, the girl’s actions had been “a cry for help”.

Judge Paul Thomas QC described the case as “terribly sad and also very worrying” and he made a hospital order detaining the teenager so she could be treated.


  1. In America, a federal judge in New York recently ruled that the government can’t force Apple to unlock a drug dealer’s iPhone:

    “Apple doesn’t have to unlock drug dealer’s iPhone, judge says”

    So besides using tor on your iPhone to log in to your dark net market account (which is stupid), how did the UK police unlock this girl’s iphone?

  2. weeee,fucking idiot,90% of the vendor it’s LE undercover,SO STAY AWAY, a gun value it’s no’t-250 eur,to stay annonymouse you need to pay 2-3k,end requirend a Drop Adress

  3. If a European is interested in obtaining firearms they are usually better suited towards either converting an old spec deactivated firearm such as an Uzi which has parts including the barrel readily available from USA, building their own from off the shelf parts based on Luty designs with laminated bolts, or make connections in local criminal underworld.

    Until there is a good solid gun market on the deepweb it is probably best to avoid. Most easy to find sites are obvious scams if you have any level of familiarity with the gun world or LEA honeypots. Prices are an obvious indicator. I’ve purchased guns under questionable circumstances since 2001. Unless you are a frequent purchaser your prices will resemble retail for new firearms plus maybe a few hundred more. Of course if its stolen or illegal design maybe its less. Exceptions are made for rare full auto or some alterations made to assault weapons. If its a sawn off or saturday night special that is broken maybe its $50 or less but deals like this are few and far between…

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