A 21-year-old Aiken County woman who attempted to hire a hitman on the darkweb pleaded guilty to cyberstalking in South Carolina. Kelsey Curles, 21, pleaded guilty to one count of cyberstalking. As a part of the crime, Curles admitted that she had attempted to hire a hitman to kill her former partner and his wife. Between July 30, 2021, and November 5, 2021, Curles searched the darkweb for a contract killer. The defendant also “sent numerous emails to her former lover and his wife, and posted their names and addresses on the dark web,” according to a news article about the case.
Darkweb markets have every reason to exit scam, lie about their intentions, pretend to do favors for the community, and claim to have your best interests in mind at all times. You should assume that everyone, even those who appear to look out for others, is lying to you. Personally I would first assume they were a fed (which includes the lack of honesty) but I think at least one or two of you are not feds.
In 2013, a Harvard University student sent a bomb threat to university faculty members. Although the student had used the Tor Browser and an anonymous email address, law enforcement identified him hours after sending the threats.
A Kentucky woman was sentenced to 15 months in prison for helping her son launder drug money. Her son, John Frank Naber III, sold counterfeit Adderall pills on the darkweb (onion) as well as to local customers.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed to The Guardian that the Bureau had purchased a license to access Pegasus for “product testing and evaluation only.” NSO Group, an Israeli firm, sells spyware and hacking tools to “government intelligence and law enforcement agencies” across the globe. The company’s products are “classified as a military export by Israel.” Pegasus is “one of the world’s most sophisticated hacking tools.” Per Wikipedia:
David Karl is een professor aan de Hawaii University met vooruitstrevend onderzoek in milieustudies en ecologie hij gaf in 2015 een interview met het Spaanse el Mundo aan dat Marokko over een paar decennia tot de rijkste landen ter wereld zal behoren omdat het over de grootste fosfaatreserves ter wereld beschikt.