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Polish Pedophiles Exposed By Authorities

Polish Pedophiles Exposed By Authorities   A Polish pedophile forum was brought down when Screenshots displaying terrifying content by pedophiles leaked into the local network. This prompted its admin to call in the police to act on the problem. The leaked screenshots have opened their eyes to these vicious acts. Some of the pedophiles on these networks were asking for ... Read More »

Reasons why Bitcoin crimes has reduced when compared to the previous year

The relevance of cryptocurrency in the world economy is increasing and many believe that bitcoin and crime go hand-in-hand because blockchain technology does not need any formal registration before one could create an account. However, it could be noted that an official of the US Drug Enforcement Agency had last month said that cryptocurrency crimes dropped by 80% with bitcoin contributing only 10% of such crimes presently, irrespective of its large volume of trades and holders. This could be seen by the publication on cointelegraph that US DEA crypto crimes dropped by 80%. Here are several reasons that Bitcoin crimes are reducing tremendously: There ... Read More »

Victoria College Students Dark Web Drug Sentence Could be challenged

Attorney General Robert MacRae is preparing appealing documents against the sentence imposed on a former Victoria College student. This case drew the attention of the Attorney General after a public outcry. Joel Lewis was sentenced by a Royal Court to 384 hours of community service instead of detention after being convicted of importing dark web drugs. The Crown had advised ... Read More »

Teenager Sentenced to Community Service for Ecstasy Importation

A teenage drug dealer who admitted leading a drug trafficking organization in the Bailiwick of Jersey was sentenced to almost 400 hours of community service for drug trafficking and drug possession. The sentence was considered unusual by some reporters as the prosecution requested several years of imprisonment and some of the jurors agreed with the requested prison sentences. Officers of ... Read More »

Dark Web Drug Dealer Loses Appeal

According to a recent report, an appeal to get a prison sentence for Andrew Hodge reduced has been dismissed. Hodge was arrested for darknet drug distribution. He was found guilty by plea and sentenced to eight years and seven months. However, he did not think the judge would increase his years. This was more than a year ago August 2017. ... Read More »

Bitcoin Fraudster gets a Suspended Sentence

Aaron Brown, 23, a Liverpool resident was handed 18 weeks suspended sentence by Judge Ian Conrad, QC of the Liverpool Crown Court. Brown was given the sentence after he successfully defrauded two London bitcoin investors. According to Prosecutor Derek Jones, Brown made attempts of Supplying something he did not have. Brown was finally arrested and charged after having managed to ... Read More »

Alleged Dream Market Vendor “5thAvenue” Arrested in New Hampshire

According to recently unsealed court documents in a New Hampshire court, a local couple had been selling heroin on the Dream darkweb market for at least eight months. Drug Enforcement Administration special agents in Florida launched the investigation in early 2018 and New Hampshire police arrested the suspected darkweb drug drug dealers on August 27, 2018. The couple, a Drug ... Read More »

Pedophile Avoids Jail in Darkweb Child and Animal Abuse Case

After a jury at Worcester Crown Court found a local pedophile guilty of three counts of producing child abuse images and one count of possession of an “extreme pornagraphic” picture depicting the abuse of an animal, a recorder sentenced the man to a two-year suspended sentence. The man had downloaded an unknown number of explicit pictures involving children from the ... Read More »

Alaska Man Indicted for Shipping Guns to New York

According to the United States Attorney’s Office of the Western District of New York, an Alaska man allegedly shipped nine firearms from Alaska to buyers in New York and recently admitted that he had been using the dark web to conduct business. A federal grand jury returned a 15-count indictment in early September that accused the man of a series ... Read More »

Five Eyes Surveillance Alliance Wants Developers to Build Backdoors Into Encrypted Apps

According to statements published by the Australian government, the Five Eyes intelligence alliance have declared their intent to get software and hardware developers to insert backdoors that would enable governments to have easy access to encrypted data. Five Eyes is a sharing alliance for intelligence agencies. They are focused primarily on working together with English native speaking tongues. In this ... Read More »

German Dealer Raided for Facebook Posts About Cutting Off Heads

At the Stuttgart District Court, a judge sentenced a man from Schorndorf to four years in prison for selling drugs purchased on darkweb marketplaces, to people in Schorndorf and in Stuttgart. During the hearing, the court reviewed how German law enforcement launched the investigation into the drug dealer after someone alerted them of an indirect threat the man had posted ... Read More »

20-Year-Old Who Had MDMA Shipped to His Friends’ Houses Charged

Another young man has been arrested on charges of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, and attempted delivery of ecstasy. The suspect allegedly ordered the MDMA from a dark web marketplace vendor and had it shipped to his friends’ houses. And like all drug dealers he went out and sold ... Read More »

Gary Davis Pleads not Guilty to Helping to Run Silk Road Market

Gary Davis has pleaded not guilty to charges related to helping Ross Ulbricht run the infamous Silk Road market. According to a report made public, Davis also pleaded not guilty to multiple charges. These included conspiracy charges to distribute narcotics, to commit computer hacking and to commit money laundering. According to an indictment filed against him in 2013 by the ... Read More »

Man with “Pedophile Guide” Handed 8-Year Prison Sentence

A 25-year-old man has been sentenced to eight years in federal prison and a subsequent 20 years of supervised release, for possessing child pornographic material. James Daosaeng, a Fort Smith native, also received a $4,900 fine in addition to his prison sentence. Reports state that Daosaeng had over 14,000 files of child pornography and images of tortured children in his ... Read More »