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September 03, 2011, 09:24:31 PM
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The anonymous guy was the user that went by the nickname of noagendamarket


how do u know this?
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September 03, 2011, 09:39:08 PM
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The anonymous guy was the user that went by the nickname of noagendamarket


how do u know this?

I'll explain it real slow: There's...this...thing...called...the...internet...
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September 03, 2011, 09:43:07 PM
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The anonymous guy was the user that went by the nickname of noagendamarket


how do u know this?

I'll explain it real slow: There's...this...thing...called...the...internet...

That, and 'noagendamarket' on a ton of posts on the forum turned to 'Anonymous' in a different color (because it's not a link) when the mods deleted noagendamarket's account here after he made a post threatening another group of users with harm.

"MOOOOOOOM! SOME MYTHICAL WOLFBEAST GUY IS MAKING FUN OF ME ON THE INTERNET!!!!"
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September 03, 2011, 09:53:30 PM
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The anonymous guy was the user that went by the nickname of noagendamarket


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Explained here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=40750.msg499628#msg499628

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September 03, 2011, 10:00:12 PM
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The anonymous guy was the user that went by the nickname of noagendamarket


how do u know this?

I'll explain it real slow: There's...this...thing...called...the...internet...

That, and 'noagendamarket' on a ton of posts on the forum turned to 'Anonymous' in a different color (because it's not a link) when the mods deleted noagendamarket's account here after he made a post threatening another group of users with harm.

I'm not into the noagendamarket thing--YET. But in a few minutes, I'll be posting more info as it pertains to the thread title. If I'm feeling OK, then I'm 98.6% certain that Tom Williams is none other than Edward "You Caught the Tater" Gel.



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September 03, 2011, 10:02:01 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.
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September 03, 2011, 10:06:36 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.

I do that every time when I'm picking up girls.

It goes like this:

Girl: So, psy, what do you do for a living?
Me: I can't tell you. It would be very dangerous for us both if I did.
Girl: ohhhhh! you're a spy! Shocked WOW! Have sex with me Mr. Bond! Kiss

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September 03, 2011, 10:08:29 PM
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Sorry, psy. I just now saw the quote. I thought you were asking me a question of which I was about to answer again.

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September 03, 2011, 10:11:44 PM
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BTW, i like the black theme.  wow, can see a whole lot better!
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September 03, 2011, 10:23:26 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.

Are you telling me that MagTux is afraid of the Russian Mafia? Or Yamaguchi-Gumi? Or The Triads?


Perhaps it's because he owns one of these:





Whereas I own one of these:

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September 03, 2011, 10:33:53 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.

Are you telling me that MagTux is afraid of the Russian Mafia? Or Yamaguchi-Gumi? Or The Triads?


Perhaps it's because he owns one of these:





Whereas I own one of these:



2 things:  first, i think he knows who did it and 2nd they're some bad ass ppl.  probably Russian.
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September 03, 2011, 10:43:29 PM
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I edited this in Wordpad, and that's is why the emails are linkable. I didn't want it to come out that way.

FIXED

Most of the players (not just what I've listed so far, but many more) have hacking backgrounds with the main exception being BW, who just so happens to have a pretty mouth.

I've highlighted the key points.


253, macrohard ,robert at mckay.com,42d...
311,robert@mckay.com,robert at mckay.com,42d...(same password as above)
966, macro ,robert at mckay.com,$1$l...

46342,nayryakcm,rmckay2003 at yahoo.com,$1$...

254,Warhammer,Warhammer at li.ru,$1$... (Russian)

667,brucewagner,bruce at brucewagner.com,$1$...
668,Almad,prace at almad.net,ad8... (note password--not starting with $1$)
669,SergGT,serg_gt at rambler.ru,$1$... (Russian)
670,iamiam,ed@edwardgel.com,71b... (note password--not starting with $1$)

5699,edwardgel,ed@edwardgel.com,$1$... (note he opted to not create his own password this time)

50730,haakjes,frank at root66.org,$1$9... (IS WEUSECOINS)
50731,hammerfortyfour,t.williams at bankofamerica.com,$1$9... (account created prior to Mt.Gox getting hacked--possibly EG)

weusecoins.com (frank at root66.org) is important because EG always registers more than once, therefore they're close together.

domain: weusecoins.com
status: LOCK
owner-c: LULU-668732
admin-c: LULU-668732
tech-c: LULU-668732
zone-c: LULU-668732
nserver: ns10.justmoon.net
nserver: ns11.justmoon.net
nserver: ns12.justmoon.net
nserver: ns13.justmoon.net
created: 2011-02-25 11:35:40
expire: 2012-02-25 11:35:40 (registry time)
changed: 2011-03-22 21:36:57

[owner-c] handle: 668732
[owner-c] type: PERSON
[owner-c] title:
[owner-c] fname: Stefan
[owner-c] lname: Thomas
[owner-c] org:
[owner-c] address: Sommerhofenstr. 136
[owner-c] city: Sindelfingen
[owner-c] pcode: 71067
[owner-c] country: DE
[owner-c] state: DE
[owner-c] phone: +49-7031-7853000
[owner-c] fax: +49-7031-700935
[owner-c] email: moon at justmoon.de (same website design as justmoon.ch)
[owner-c] protection: B
[owner-c] remarks: 32086495
[owner-c] updated: 2011-07-21 03:19:14


603,justmoon,moon at justmoon.ch,$1$... (set up prior to BW & EG registering)

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[owner-c] handle: 762664
[owner-c] type: PERSON
[owner-c] title:
[owner-c] fname: Stefan
[owner-c] lname: Thomas
[owner-c] org:
[owner-c] address: Sommerhofenstr. 136
[owner-c] city: Sindelfingen
[owner-c] pcode: 71067
[owner-c] country: DE
[owner-c] state: DE
[owner-c] phone: +49-7031-7853000
[owner-c] fax: +49-7031-700935
[owner-c] email: moon at justmoon.de
[owner-c] protection: B
[owner-c] remarks: 32527943
[owner-c] updated: 2011-07-21 03:19:53
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September 03, 2011, 10:46:02 PM
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or more likely some total geek who has no fear when hacking due to local laws not being enforced as long as it did not happen
in his own country decided to poke at mybitcoin.com and found a way to defraud it. amazed that it was actually working the
person decided to milk it for everything it was worth.. and then sell the coins. they are probably still slowly selling/withdrawing the money
from the exchanges due to the limits.

or some russian mobster drinking cognac and smoking a cuban cigar decided to put this 31337 nerd hacking team on it.


right...

if we are really speculating maybe an exchange got bribed to assist getting the money converted quicker and remove the limits thus
explaining why they do not give a rat's butt to help the situation.

there. idle gossip. i can do it too.
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September 03, 2011, 10:48:50 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.

Holy fuck this thread has turned into straight up gossip, this is awesome.   Phinnaeus Gage is the shit.

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September 03, 2011, 10:58:57 PM
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in a one on one IRC chat with MagTux, i asked him directly if he knew who was behind the MyBitcoin heist around that time and he told me it would be too dangerous for  both of us for him to tell me.  take that for what its worth.

Holy fuck this thread has turned into straight up gossip, this is awesome.   Phinnaeus Gage is the shit.

I have an honest question for you, BitcoinPorn, and simply give me an honest answer. Do you think I'm just spreading gossip?
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September 03, 2011, 11:01:10 PM
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I have an honest question for you, BitcoinPorn, and simply give me an honest answer. Do you think I'm just spreading gossip?
Not at all, I was saying that to cypherdoc's comment, which came off that way the way he said it.  I am seeing all your info, it is not gossipy, I could have separated my sentences into paragraphs there.

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September 03, 2011, 11:02:09 PM
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I have an honest question for you, BitcoinPorn, and simply give me an honest answer. Do you think I'm just spreading gossip?
Not at all, I was saying that to cypherdoc's comment, which came off that way the way he said it.  I am seeing all your info, it is not gossipy, I could have separated my sentences into paragraphs there.

By bad! Just saw that, too. TY, Bud. (in reference to fcmatt's comment--not cyherdoc's)
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September 03, 2011, 11:05:19 PM
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I think this thread is really reaching.. to the point even if you find something worth mentioning no one will read it in this thread
because very little of it makes sense and i bet people gave up on it.

Basically 6 pages that has about 3 post's worth of information that aint that good.
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September 03, 2011, 11:05:40 PM
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If you need more clarification on this post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=40750.msg502434#msg502434

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September 03, 2011, 11:07:28 PM
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I think this thread is really reaching.. to the point even if you find something worth mentioning no one will read it in this thread
because very little of it makes sense and i bet people gave up on it.

Basically 6 pages that has about 3 post's worth of information that aint that good.

Would PowerPoint be better?
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