Dutch Silk Road dealer pleads guilty




A Dutch man has known in the U.S. debt to drugs on the Internet. The 22-year-old Cornelis S. would have traded. Narcotics through the rolled Silk Road marketplace widely The man may be sentenced to forty years in prison.

Silk Road Opposite the OM in Chicago, the Dutchman coming from Woerden known him half a million ecstasy pills sold through Silk Road. between March 2012 and August 2013 include 4kg of cocaine, MDMA and more than a hundred pounds more than He was the only accessible via Tor website known by the alias Super Trips and received, like other dealers, are payments in bitcoins.

Cornelis S. was arrested in August 2013 at the Miami airport when he flew from Europe to the U.S.. He would have had another drug dealer who was active on the Silk Road. Appointment as Upon his arrest, the man had $ 20,000 in his pocket.

The Dutchman has confessed guilt. Cornelis S. hangs a sentence of forty years of overhead and a maximum fine of $ 5 million. He would have traded at the time of writing, accounting for approximately 128 million euros. More than ten thousand transactions on Silk Road for over 385,000 bitcoin

Silk Road, which in addition to drugs, weapons and other contraband were also traded in October went offline after an action by the FBI. In addition, the alleged owner of the website, Ross Ulbricht, was arrested. It was also to bitcoins seized 20 million taken .


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