The services supplied by the website have different costs. Seeing a pre-recorded video prices less than watching live, but in both instances the viewing finishes with the death of their child. The content also provides another example, based on which”viewers can for instance ask them to amputate a children’s arm or to pour hot oil over the sufferer.” Law authorities said:
“The reside asks really cost a lot of money and ensure particularly high profits to the foreign organizations that execute those inhuman acts.”
Both have been hunted as part of an ongoing investigation that has so far involved 25 people — 19 minors and six over 18 — residing in 13 Italian states. The performance is filmed”Delirio” — delirium in Italian — by local law enforcement. It began in October and resulted in tens of searches.
Both detained are a guy and a girl who exchanged details pertaining to what they called a”red room” The guy often shared with all the women grim details of the livestreams.
The deep-web website enabled users to pay extra to decide what torture the kids could be subject to next.
Two Italian 17-year-olds were arrested for committing Bitcoin (BTC) to observe kids being sexually abused, tortured and murdered at live streaming.
Local press Il Messaggero reported July 15 that the deep web website viewed by both additionally allowed users to pay extra to choose what torture the kids would be exposed to following. Italian law enforcement explained:”Users which were able to reach these sorts of vague environments are permitted to take part in acts of sexual torture and violence on minors, conducted live by adults”
Livestreamed torture on-demand
According to the announcement published by the Department of Justice, Pate illegally purchased narcotics like OxyContin and morphine tablets in the Costa Rican pharmacist Fung and laundered obligations to him.
Originally by the USA, David Brian Pate is a darknet seller who along with Costa Rican pharmacist Jose Luis Hou sold drugs worth 23,903 Bitcoin (BTC) — approximately $270 million — to darknet customers.
Speaking on the matter, the Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin said,”These fees are a warning to drug traffickers worldwide that neither the shroud of the darknet nor of virtual money can hide their illegal activities in the vigilance of U.S. law enforcement.”
Former police chief Yuri Zaitsev was recently sentenced to eight years in prison for acting as a bounty hunter to get a dark net market. At that time, he initiated contact with the operator of a darknet marketplace, offering to help hunt down a man who’d appropriated drugs that were entrusted to him for positioning in dead drops.
Pate promoted his medication employing numerous online manages, asserting he was promoting the”old formula” of their OxyContin that could be crushed and inhaled or injected. The new variant of the medication is tamper-resistant and cannot be crushed.
To deliver his medication to the clients, Pate sent bulk shipments from Costa Rica along with a list of customers and their order details to his partner re-shippers in the U.S.. The re-shippers then created smaller packages and sent them to customers.
In Russia, unlike the U.S., many dark web entrepreneurs do not trust the post office for imports. The prevailing mode of dissemination of these illegal products is instead completed through lifeless drops — a process of shipping by both parties may pass things or data back and forth without ever having to meet in person.
During the unrelated Canadian HQ investigation, numerous law enforcement officials dropped afoul into what they perceived as easy, untraceable Bitcoin. DEA Special Agent Carl Force was able to evoke 1,200 Bitcoin out of Ross Ulbricht. He got the capital using an elaborate scheme where he generated multiple fake personas ranging from a major South American drug trafficker into a corrupt law enforcement officer. Among the tasks assigned to him Ulbricht was hunting down and murdering a former associate who had supposedly stolen Bitcoin from him. The genuine thief was just another law enforcement officer involved with the investigation. The murder was staged by Force but never materialized in actuality.
Based on Zaitsev’s spouse, his prosecution was punishment for investigating senior officers within his agency. He was subsequently fired and prosecuted. From October–November 2019, Zaitsev uploaded a number of movies to YouTube in which he exposed corruption among senior officials in his Directorate. This appears to be what resulted in criminal charges against him for the disclosure of classified information. Back in November 2019, Zaitsev uploaded an appeal to President Vladimir Putin on YouTube in which he pleaded his case, but to no avail.
The events which took place in Khakasia a couple of years following the Canadian HQ saga appear in some ways just like a cheap local knockoff of an expensive HBO show. As Karl Marx once said, history repeats itself “the first time as tragedy, the second as farce.”