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April 10, 2018, 10:06:23 AM
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$1.3 Million: Indian Policer Officers Charged in Bitcoin Extortion Scheme
Ten police officers have been indicted by the Crime Investigation Department in the Indian state of Gujurat for allegedly abducting and extorting over 200 bitcoins from a local businessman.

The Gujurat’s CID branch on Sunday filed a First Information Report – the initial step in conducting a police inquiry in India – against 11 accused including 10 police officers who amongst them were nine constables and a local town inspector, the Times of India reported.

According to the report, the inspector – who has been identified as Anant Patel-  along with nine police constables had abducted three residents of Surat including Shailesh Bhatt, Kirit Paladiya and a driver referred to as Mahipal on February 14. The cops took their captives to a farmhouse, beating them and forcing them to transfer the bitcoins. The amount involved is equal to roughly $1.3 million at current prices.

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April 10, 2018, 10:22:24 AM
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Last time i saw more and more situation when police charge some bitcoin from hackers - scammers - terrorist and etc , bitcoin very popular in dark side of our live Sad

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April 10, 2018, 11:04:46 AM
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Another chance for bankers` mass media to accuse bitcoin in all sins of the world. There would always be crooked cops, politicians and reporters, with no matter what means of payment they are going to use for their corruption schemes.
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