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September 13, 2012, 04:10:49 PM
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Ok. So he's doxxed. Now you're doxxing the rest of his family, but you still haven't answered my question : what are you going to do besides doxxing? Are you going to beat the bitcoins out of him? Sue him (ALREADY!!)? Cut his head off with a chainsaw and fuck his bleading throat?

What is so ridiculous about wanting to sue him?

This is the USA, where (despite all the e-anarchist teenagers on here) we have laws and it is relatively easy to file a lawsuit against someone who has stolen from you.
There is absolutely nothing ridiculous about it. However, it's been a fairly long time since he's disappeared and there's no lawsuit filed to this day. I get the feeling that you're not going to do anything. Not even sue him.

On a side note, if he lived in my country I would pay some Ukrainians or gypsies to break his legs. It's super-effective  Wink

If (yes I am saying if) he ends up not paying back after a considerable portion of time, I still do not expect a law suit to be filed. If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize and somehow I think it is going to take rather long for him to make the money via labor.

The second thing you mention is not that unlikely to happen though. Same results as suing (if he doesn't have funds the reason will be spite anyway) at much lower cost and hassle.

Anyway, nothing is likely to happen for at least a few months.

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September 13, 2012, 04:20:04 PM
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Is this thread still called     Trendon Shavers/Pirate ~ New Info,

or mess with the information to make sure, that nothing can be recovered  anymore from a wounded and trampeld deer ?

You should think of slowly taking back the headlight a bit to see where it wants to go, when having any interest to be shown

his pastures.

Help Don - Shrents now !!, you do more harm than good......depending on your goals of course Wink

Thanks Zyk
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September 13, 2012, 04:21:39 PM
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The first lesson I hear they teach in law school is to never sue someone who doesn't have the money to pay a judgment.

Companies claiming they got hacked and lost your coins sounds like fraud so perfect it could be called fashionable.  I never believe them.  If I ever experience the misfortune of a real intrusion, I declare I have been honest about the way I have managed the keys in Casascius Coins.  I maintain no ability to recover or reproduce the keys, not even under limitless duress or total intrusion.  Remember that trusting strangers with your coins without any recourse is, as a matter of principle, not a best practice.  Don't keep coins online. Use paper or hardware wallets instead.
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September 13, 2012, 04:21:48 PM
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Ok. So he's doxxed. Now you're doxxing the rest of his family, but you still haven't answered my question : what are you going to do besides doxxing? Are you going to beat the bitcoins out of him? Sue him (ALREADY!!)? Cut his head off with a chainsaw and fuck his bleading throat?

What is so ridiculous about wanting to sue him?

This is the USA, where (despite all the e-anarchist teenagers on here) we have laws and it is relatively easy to file a lawsuit against someone who has stolen from you.
There is absolutely nothing ridiculous about it. However, it's been a fairly long time since he's disappeared and there's no lawsuit filed to this day. I get the feeling that you're not going to do anything. Not even sue him.

On a side note, if he lived in my country I would pay some Ukrainians or gypsies to break his legs. It's super-effective  Wink

If (yes I am saying if) he ends up not paying back after a considerable portion of time, I still do not expect a law suit to be filed. If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize and somehow I think it is going to take rather long for him to make the money via labor.

The second thing you mention is not that unlikely to happen though. Same results as suing (if he doesn't have funds the reason will be spite anyway) at much lower cost and hassle.

Anyway, nothing is likely to happen for at least a few months.

..., during which time more funds will be converted to fiat (somehow?) and spent on his holiday with Marilyn Monroe.

Thanksgiving is right around the corner. Now what do family members do on that day? If I was Colin the CoinHunter, I would rent one of them handsome houses on Broad Leaf (if available), which is a cul-de-sac, and set up a camera(s). I would go one step further (won't disclose) and, if implemented correct, Blondie would surely leave him, if you get my driftwood.

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September 13, 2012, 04:22:29 PM
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If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why. Of course I am convinced he doesn't have anywhere near 500k, but still .. he ran away with a huge sum of bitcoins and if he hasn't spent them yet (quite unlikely if you ask me) there's still a (theoretical) chance to get a considerable portion of them back.

I only doubt the community has enough balls to make him pay in the first place. They're just doing some ritual dances around photos of his family and nothing happened. Damn, some of you live a few hours away from him. Why not pay him a personal visit? If you break his jaw without witnesses at least he'll understand you're serious.

I'm sure he's monitoring these threads and so far there has been nothing he should be worried about.

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September 13, 2012, 04:27:02 PM
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If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why. Of course I am convinced he doesn't have anywhere near 500k, but still .. he ran away with a huge sum of bitcoins and if he hasn't spent them yet (quite unlikely if you ask me) there's still a (theoretical) chance to get a considerable portion of them back.

I only doubt the community has enough balls to make him pay in the first place. They're just doing some ritual dances around photos of his family and nothing happened. Damn, some of you live a few hours away from him. Why not pay him a personal visit? If you break his jaw without witnesses at least he'll understand you're serious.

I'm sure he's monitoring these threads and so far there has been nothing he should be worried about.

No amount of bitcoins/money is worth committing a felony premeditated assault over.

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September 13, 2012, 04:34:14 PM
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If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why. Of course I am convinced he doesn't have anywhere near 500k, but still .. he ran away with a huge sum of bitcoins and if he hasn't spent them yet (quite unlikely if you ask me) there's still a (theoretical) chance to get a considerable portion of them back.

I only doubt the community has enough balls to make him pay in the first place. They're just doing some ritual dances around photos of his family and nothing happened. Damn, some of you live a few hours away from him. Why not pay him a personal visit? If you break his jaw without witnesses at least he'll understand you're serious.

I'm sure he's monitoring these threads and so far there has been nothing he should be worried about.

No amount of bitcoins/money is worth committing a felony premeditated assault over.

I do concur, for there's a myriad of options available to make Trendon Shavers' life miserable without committing a felony, albeit some misdemeanor acts may be involved.

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September 13, 2012, 04:44:07 PM
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If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why. Of course I am convinced he doesn't have anywhere near 500k, but still .. he ran away with a huge sum of bitcoins and if he hasn't spent them yet (quite unlikely if you ask me) there's still a (theoretical) chance to get a considerable portion of them back.

I only doubt the community has enough balls to make him pay in the first place. They're just doing some ritual dances around photos of his family and nothing happened. Damn, some of you live a few hours away from him. Why not pay him a personal visit? If you break his jaw without witnesses at least he'll understand you're serious.

I'm sure he's monitoring these threads and so far there has been nothing he should be worried about.

No amount of bitcoins/money is worth committing a felony premeditated assault over.

I do concur, for there's a myriad of options available to make Trendon Shavers' life miserable without committing a felony, albeit some misdemeanor acts may be involved.



It gets better now IMHO Wink.....but you start stumbling over your own speculations again.....next step....just locate him with as little open assaults possible......

am not sure , if thats what is done by the IRC- anonymous -gang headed by Goat.

Cheers Zyk

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September 13, 2012, 04:45:16 PM
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On a side note, if he lived in my country I would pay some Ukrainians or gypsies to break his legs. It's super-effective  Wink

Same here... If such a scam happened in my country Pirate would walk the plank... But maybe because in US people have generally more money they can easily afford such losses. ($5M lol)
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September 13, 2012, 04:51:57 PM
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GL with all your efforts guys. Looks like Trendon is a total noob.




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September 13, 2012, 05:13:53 PM
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GL with all your efforts guys. Looks like Trendon is a total noob.


Somehow I FEEL that one of his brother's is involved. I'm referring to the one with short, curly black hair. I've seen his likeness on a handful of business concerns related to Trendon. This may need to be looked into further.

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September 13, 2012, 05:51:48 PM
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I love how I was publically doxing Andrew Nolan and Gigavps had a problem with me threatening violence..

He's sure shut up lately..   Being a Pirate Shill and all..


Im proud of this community for at least trying to dox Pirate, and to make his life a living hell.. Smiley

Good jobs people, specially Phin.. Smiley  Much love brother..

You might be a really bad cop....but until then please buy enough popcorn to keep you calm and warm.

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September 13, 2012, 05:54:06 PM
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I love how I was publically doxing Andrew Nolan and Gigavps had a problem with me threatening violence..

He's sure shut up lately..   Being a Pirate Shill and all..


Im proud of this community for at least trying to dox Pirate, and to make his life a living hell.. Smiley

Good jobs people, specially Phin.. Smiley  Much love brother..

You might be a really bad cop....but until then please buy enough popcorn to keep you calm and warm.

Thanks Zyk

Once again..   Think your thoughts out before typing them on the computer..

Your points are lost, you are lost, more than half of your posts are incoherent babble no one understands..

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Once again..   Think your thoughts out before typing them on the computer..

Your points are lost, you are lost, more than half of your posts are incoherent babble no one understands..


Please stop quoting him and simply Ignore him...
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September 13, 2012, 06:00:40 PM
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Ashley's ex-husband is a Body Builder (yes, muscle-guy) in Texas. I don't understand how she went from him to Trendon.

Maybe the body builder didn't have a way to earn $1M. Wink
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September 13, 2012, 06:00:57 PM
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If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why.

Because IF IT ENDS UP THIS WAS A PONZI THERE ARE GOING TO BE HARDLY ANY FUNDS TO SEIZE.
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Once again..   Think your thoughts out before typing them on the computer..

Your points are lost, you are lost, more than half of your posts are incoherent babble no one understands..


Please stop quoting him and simply Ignore him...

Done and done... thanks for being the voice of reason.. Smiley


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September 13, 2012, 06:03:52 PM
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Once again..   Think your thoughts out before typing them on the computer..

Your points are lost, you are lost, more than half of your posts are incoherent babble no one understands..

I thought I was the only one who didn't understand him and thought my bad command of English was to blame.

If it ends up this was a ponzi there are going to be hardly any funds to seize.
I don't understand why.
Because IF IT ENDS UP THIS WAS A PONZI THERE ARE GOING TO BE HARDLY ANY FUNDS TO SEIZE.
Oh yeah, now that I see it written in caps, I get it. Thank you.

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September 13, 2012, 06:04:22 PM
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Somehow I FEEL that one of his brother's is involved. I'm referring to the one with short, curly black hair. I've seen his likeness on a handful of business concerns related to Trendon. This may need to be looked into further.

~Bruno~


So you are a psychic detective?
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September 13, 2012, 06:11:23 PM
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I am sure this is a current or recent address. This is Ashley Shavers's address on Whitepages, and is also an address listed under GPUMAX registration.

2305 S Custer Rd, Apt 1507
McKinney, TX 75070-6222

I shipped two orders of Casascius Coins to this address in January and February 2012.

Epic!  Smiley

So now the question is does Trendon have money to pay people at this point or has it been lost to Zeek?

It's interesting, since if Pirate was really short bitcoins or just acting as a passthrough to Zeek there would be no reason to buy physical coins. He'd get the coins, cash out and invest the USD. Buying Casascius Coins indicates he intends to use them as a store of wealth.

I wonder if he purchased with USD through MD or BTC, and if BTC where that BTC came from?
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