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February 09, 2014, 09:57:47 PM
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The Criminal complaints are attached to this article.

http://www.businessinsider.com/localbitcoinscom-targeted-by-feds-2014-2

Wow that is bad.   The undercover officer provided multiple mentions of stolen credit cards, and provided enough details (even offering to trade stolen CC for Bitcoins directly) that there is no chance the seller though he was "joking".  A single statement might be a joke.  Multiple statements with details over the course of two months?  He knew.

Yes in undercover stings cops typically make sure they say things multiple times. The excuse of "i thought he was joking" never holds up in court.

yea i had the DEA call me one time asking if i ordered drugs online.  and i said "i bought some stuff off silk road" and they said WHAT
and i said "i bought some stuff off silk road" and they said what
and i said "i bought some stuff off silk road" and they siad well there's a warrant out there for your arrest.

and this was 2 years ago.  still haven't gotten arrested :/
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February 09, 2014, 10:52:09 PM
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Money laundering IS a crime, a serious one, it is about turning black money into white, knowingly so.

If counterfeiting money legally by the central bank is not a crime (it is about turning nothing into white money), then any other crime is so trivial

I believe that AML law is an excuse to inspect everyone's financial activities legally, since the money printers would like to know where are those money went and if it will create heavy inflation and render their printed money useless


True. The concept of legal tender is the modern equivalent of slavery. Bitcoins's best accomplishment yet, is to educate people about that.  Grin

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gresham%27s_law

1 BTC = $700 and without threats from various governments Gresham's law would have taken it to $5000 or more.

Truth is the new hatespeech.
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February 10, 2014, 07:55:31 AM
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I'm glad they got this dangerous Bitcoin seller off the streets.

Endangering our children with his private currency sales at the Starbucks.

For the bankers and the politicians whom they sponsor, catching bitcoin sellers seems to be the top priority.

                               
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February 10, 2014, 10:42:02 AM
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I'm glad they got this dangerous Bitcoin seller off the streets.

Endangering our children with his private currency sales at the Starbucks.

For the bankers and the politicians whom they sponsor, catching bitcoin sellers seems to be the top priority.

Stop turning this into a drama. The poor Bitcoin seller who earned only 5000$ in commission was sure the target of the BoA director .
He broke the law. That's all. Stop with the conspiracy.

Banks are making more money out of bitcoin than they are losing.

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