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July 26, 2012, 10:32:04 PM
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It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

please... Roll Eyes
Read : "Please, let us continue our entertaining little witch hunt"

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July 26, 2012, 10:33:29 PM
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It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

please... Roll Eyes
Read : "Please, let us continue our entertaining little witch hunt"

Yeah, sounds about right.  Like folks around here took 69 minutes to wait to grab the pitchforks when aurumxchange posted their misleading info?

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July 26, 2012, 10:38:31 PM
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It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

Audio record of said conversation or it did not happen.

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July 26, 2012, 10:39:11 PM
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It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

please... Roll Eyes
Read : "Please, let us continue our entertaining little witch hunt"

Yeah, sounds about right.  Like folks around here took 69 minutes to wait to grab the pitchforks when aurumxchange posted their misleading info?

yeah right, a multimillionaire who deals in the Chinese black markets is gonna turn scared from little Zhou is his first short conversation after 6 mo with a heist he's already gotten away with for several months.  yes; please... Roll Eyes

oh yes, Zhou called him a "long term criminal". 
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July 26, 2012, 10:46:33 PM
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Im living in Victoria, Australia and I could go and visit mr zhou tong  Smiley

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July 26, 2012, 10:47:38 PM
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^ Yeah, stalking an innocent man is the best solution here I'm sure.

It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

please... Roll Eyes
Read : "Please, let us continue our entertaining little witch hunt"

Yeah, sounds about right.  Like folks around here took 69 minutes to wait to grab the pitchforks when aurumxchange posted their misleading info?

yeah right, a multimillionaire who deals in the Chinese black markets is gonna turn scared from little Zhou is his first short conversation after 6 mo with a heist he's already gotten away with for several months.  yes; please... Roll Eyes

oh yes, Zhou called him a "long term criminal".  

Long term criminals tend to be the smart ones, he knew Zhou Tong was on to him now and that was that.

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July 26, 2012, 10:50:15 PM
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^ Yeah, stalking an innocent man is the best solution here I'm sure.

It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

please... Roll Eyes
Read : "Please, let us continue our entertaining little witch hunt"

Yeah, sounds about right.  Like folks around here took 69 minutes to wait to grab the pitchforks when aurumxchange posted their misleading info?

yeah right, a multimillionaire who deals in the Chinese black markets is gonna turn scared from little Zhou is his first short conversation after 6 mo with a heist he's already gotten away with for several months.  yes; please... Roll Eyes

oh yes, Zhou called him a "long term criminal".  

Long term criminals tend to be the smart ones, he knew Zhou Tong was on to him now and that was that.

if i didn't know better i'd think you're Zhoutong behind that avatar.

don't forget long term criminal who laundered money as well.  i bet he was frightened by little Zhou.
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July 26, 2012, 10:51:40 PM
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^ Yeah, stalking an innocent man is the best solution here I'm sure.

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July 26, 2012, 10:53:25 PM
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Im living in Victoria, Australia and I could go and visit mr zhou tong  Smiley

you should.  i bet a few of the ripped off around here would pay you a nice sum to go recover their money.  Wink
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July 26, 2012, 10:54:56 PM
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if i didn't know better i'd think you're Zhoutong behind that avatar.
I think conspiracy theories are fun and amusing, don't agree with me and you're an idiot

don't forget long term criminal who laundered money as well.  i bet he was frightened by little Zhou.
I'm unable to grasp the concept of legal threat and think most matters are settled through physical violence, your argument is invalid
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July 26, 2012, 10:56:51 PM
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I'd be a bit more sympathetic to the "witch hunt" and "kangaroo court" rhetoric if ANYONE at the center of this had made criminal complaints in regards to the 'hacks'.
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July 26, 2012, 10:57:14 PM
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Im living in Victoria, Australia and I could go and visit mr zhou tong  Smiley
Yeah, planning that on a public forum sounds like a really smart idea too.

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July 26, 2012, 11:00:07 PM
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Im living in Victoria, Australia and I could go and visit mr zhou tong  Smiley
Yeah, planning that on a public forum sounds like a really smart idea too.

Just because they're planning a whacking on the forum, doesn't mean they have the guts to do it.

Nonetheless, the Bitcoinica fiasco does seems to bring the worst out of people.

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July 26, 2012, 11:01:14 PM
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Im living in Victoria, Australia and I could go and visit mr zhou tong  Smiley
Yeah, planning that on a public forum sounds like a really smart idea too.

Just because they're planning a whacking on the forum, doesn't mean they have the guts to do it.

It's called "The Teflone Method" lol

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July 26, 2012, 11:19:58 PM
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It's plenty of time.  The hacker obviously new the jig was up so the conversation did not need to last long at all.

Wow you live in a fantasy world, lmao.

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July 26, 2012, 11:24:01 PM
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OP: BULLSHIT!

You bastard! You stole my post. You're lucky I'm busy with connecting zhoutong.com1 with zhoutong.com2 with zhoutong.com3, otherwise I would be hunting you down to kick your ass while dressed as a drag queen.  Wink

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July 26, 2012, 11:31:15 PM
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so in 69 minutes and 32 seconds you called this guy whom you know only little, reached him, explained the situation to him, clarified the hack, convinced him to return the coins, calculated an estimate return and wrote the lengthy statement...

are you kidding me?

You forgot one thing (not sure of its relevance until I see a reply(s)): What was the local time of which both parties were in when this took place? Was contact made my phone? (maybe two things) The millionaire just happened to be available to take your call? (maybe three things) The millionaire really felt threaten by your call? (maybe several more things)

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July 26, 2012, 11:36:34 PM
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That all seems entirely plausible, yes.  There is a reason we replaced this kind of lynch mob justice with a government run conflict resolution system in the courts, they know that people who want to believe someone is guilty will let that color their opinion of the facts in a counter-productive way like what is happening with you right now.

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July 26, 2012, 11:37:46 PM
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That all seems entirely plausible, yes.  There is a reason we replaced this kind of lynch mob justice with a government run conflict resolution system in the courts, they know that people who want to believe someone is guilty will let that color their opinion of the facts in a counter-productive way like what is happening with you right now.

And there is a reason why we find your constant agreements with Zhou and his Tallstory incredibly hilarious.

Oh and isnt it amazing after people commented on Zhou story as complete bullshit he doesnt post any effort to defend himself yet as he did before this amazing story. Yes he thought we were all so gullible that we would hang on every word of his, game over.

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July 26, 2012, 11:45:10 PM
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so in 69 minutes and 32 seconds you called this guy whom you know only little, reached him, explained the situation to him, clarified the hack, convinced him to return the coins, calculated an estimate return and wrote the lengthy statement...

are you kidding me?

You forgot one thing (not sure of its relevance until I see a reply(s)): What was the local time of which both parties were in when this took place? Was contact made my phone? (maybe two things) The millionaire just happened to be available to take your call? (maybe three things) The millionaire really felt threaten by your call? (maybe several more things)

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