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December 20, 2011, 05:01:24 PM
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There's been an interesting post on this thread:
https://plus.google.com/108313527900507320366/posts/QDga9NM3Dgp
regarding Bitcoin crimes (this probably indicates theft of Bitcoin).. and I've seen a couple of forum posts about whether law enforcement will investigate Bitcoin crimes, so this might help clear that up:
"As a member of Infragard, I can assure you your local FBI office is interested in hearing about Bitcoin crimes."

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December 21, 2011, 01:35:06 AM
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There's been an interesting post on this thread:
https://plus.google.com/108313527900507320366/posts/QDga9NM3Dgp
regarding Bitcoin crimes (this probably indicates theft of Bitcoin).. and I've seen a couple of forum posts about whether law enforcement will investigate Bitcoin crimes, so this might help clear that up:
"As a member of Infragard, I can assure you your local FBI office is interested in hearing about Bitcoin crimes."


  Yea, nice to see that the people here in the local community are not alone in their thinking that 'Bitcoin price does not = death'.

"As a member of Infragard, I can assure you your local FBI office is interested in hearing about Bitcoin crimes."
I would like to hear more form that gentleman.

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