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Eileen Ormsby
True Crime writer, mostly writes about the dark web. Buy my books here:
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dark.fail 9h
White House Market increased their vendor bond to $1000, non-refundable. "We have enough vendors and if you don't mean business f*** off."
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Alan Petersen 11h
My latest features true crime writer and dark webs expert
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 28
Replying to @Winter @ZappaMovie
Any word on an Australian release date? Fabulous write-up in the Guardian today
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
I doubt it. I presume a pardon still means you've technically committed the crime, so these would still be proceeds But I'm not from the US, so have no idea what your (sometimes weird) legal system says
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Good, because it's been pretty straightforward and linear so far. Batshit boring, really
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Interesting... could Ross hire a team of the most expensive lawyers in history, safe in the knowledge that they could claim their fees from the seized bitcoin?
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Unlikely that anyone will, I'm just playing "what if" Say... you bought non-illegal items once, had 10 btc or so left over in your account (SR hot wallet), not worth enough in 2012 to withdraw Then I guess you would have to prove your coins were part of the seized coins
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Replying to @tayvano_ @ageis and 5 others
Nah, because once you got the diapers, the transaction is complete and SR/vendor owns the btc
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Replying to @tayvano_ @ageis and 5 others
"I was ordering 100,000 MBBs for my impending ooshie toy business"
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Replying to @EileenOrmsby
"He learned his skill as a youth and now is a highly capable individual using very complex systems often used by government agencies.” 26-year-old uses encrypted messaging apps. I'm shocked* *not actually shocked
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Replying to @EileenOrmsby
“He used techniques to prohibit surveillance being conducted on him" NSWG tried to get me to set up an interview - in person - with TripleJ and only pulled out when they wouldn't pay for his & my flights THAT level of opsec
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Sorry, still laughing at these quotes. "We needed to move up a whole new gear to take this guy on" NSWG turned up to my book launch, Wickrd me a photo to prove he was there & got me to sign his book to one of his usernames THAT level of opsec
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
What about the mini-forks? Did they get them too, or does the "hacker" get to keep the proceeds?
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Replying to @kundooz
I like you. You seem smart
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
I wonder if you could show an unbroken chain of transactions, you'd have any chance of claiming? Especially if you only bought legal items. n.b. many SR1 tx were exchange --> SR wallet with no tumbling/hops
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Shocked* to discover that the seller of "live" hand grenades on AlphaBay was undercover LE *not actually shocked
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Michael Kapilkov Nov 27
Not too late to claim your 69k (~$2b) from Silk Road before the Government auctions it off to or .
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
Love the Detectorists!
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
I was just reminded I have this on pre-order. Looking forward to some holiday reading
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Eileen Ormsby Nov 27
"“This fellow (Ward) was a highly capable hacker,” he told reporters in February 2019." He wasn't even a hacker, let alone a highly capable one, you wanker. Using Tor =/= "hacker" via
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