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2 Federal Agents Charged With Stealing Bitcoins During Silk Road Investigation

Engedi LLC is not just all about Bitcoin. Engedi supports and promotes all Virtual Currencies such as Dogecoin and Worldcoin. :) — Carl Force (@engediINC) April 6, 2014 An agent from the DEA and an agent from the Secret Service have been charged with wire fraud and money laundering for stealing and extorting Bitcoin during the federal [...]

THE COUNTRY’S IN THE VERY BEST OF HANDS: Federal Agents Charged With Stealing Bitcoin: A former DE…

THE COUNTRY’S IN THE VERY BEST OF HANDS: Federal Agents Charged With Stealing Bitcoin: A former DEA official and a former Secret Service agent are accused of using bitcoin to launder money during an investigation into Silk Road.

DEA and Secret Service agent charged in Silk Road fraud schemes

8 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Former DEA agent Carl Mark Force IV and former Secret Service agent Shaun W. Bridges were charged this week with money laundering and wire fraud stemming from their involvement in the Silk Road dark web undercover investigation. Read the rest

Silk Road Dark Web/Bitcoin Insanity Comes Full Circle With Charges Against DEA, Secret Service Agents

Some DEA and Secret Service Agents Helped Themselves to Silk Road Bitcoins: The federal government became owners of one of the biggest troves of Bitcoin, thanks to seizing millions of dollars in the digital currency from criminals associated...Show More Summary

Former Secret Service And DEA Agents Charged With Stealing Hundreds Of Thousands In Bitcoins

Two former federal agents who helped bring down the online black market called the Silk Road are now being charged for stealing Bitcoins for themselves during the investigation. According to the New York Times, former agent Carl Mark...Show More Summary

Ex-feds charged with Silk Road theft

A Secret Service agent and a DEA agent allegedly stole bitcoin while investigating site.        

How a Two-Timing DEA Agent Got Busted for Making Money off the Silk Road

Two former investigators into the Silk Road dark web market have been arrested for money laundering and fraud charges directly related to their investigation. Both Shaun Bridges, a former US Secret Service (USSS) Special Agent, and Carl Mark Force IV from the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) were members of the Baltimore Silk Road Task Force. Show More Summary

Teaser Trailer: 007 Spectre

    In SPECTRE, a cryptic message from Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover a sinister organization. While M battles political forces to keep the secret service...

DEA, Secret Service agents charged with theft, fraud in Silk Road case

One agent is also accused of acting as a paid informant to the black market website's creator.

DEA, Secret Service Agents Accused Of Stealing Bitcoins During Silk Road Investigation

WASHINGTON -- Two former federal law enforcement agents who investigated an online marketplace used to trade drugs have been arrested and charged with stealing bitcoins during the investigation, the Justice Department announced Monday. Carl...Show More Summary

Ex-Feds Accused Of Pocketing Bitcoins During Investigation

yesterdayNews : The Two-Way

Both officials — one with the Secret Service and the other with the Drug Enforcement Administration — were on a task force investigating the Silk Road online marketplace.

Feds charged with fraud during "Silk Road" inquiry

yesterdayNews / Crime : Crimesider

DEA and Secret Service agents allegedly stole digital currency while they were supposed to be investigating illegal online marketplace for drugs, weapons

Silk Road: DEA and Secret Service Agent Charged With Fraud

A former DEA and Secret Service agent have been charged in Baltimore with stealing bitcoins while working undercover on the Silk Road investigation. The former agents are Carl Mark Force IV, who worked for the Drug Enforcement Administration, and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

Federal Agents Allegedly Stole Bitcoins While Investigating Silk Road Case

Former DEA agent Carl Mark Force IV and former Secret Service agent Shaun Bridges are being charged with allegedly stealing Bitcoins while investigating the cryptocurrency for the case that brought down Silk Road, the Deep Web black market. According to the Times, Force deposited the Bitcoins found in the process... More »

2 Federal Agents in Silk Road Case Face Charges of Stealing Money

The agents, one with the Drug Enforcement Administration and one with the Secret Service, are expected to be arrested Monday on charges stemming from their roles in the investigation of the website.

‘Cinderella’ Takes International Box Office Crown; ‘Home’ Rounds $48M After 2 Frames

HIGHLIGHTS: Cinderella (DIS) waltzes to $336.2M global; Insurgent (LFG) approaches $100M offshore; Kingsman: The Secret Service (FOX) opens to $20M+ in China; Home (DWA/FOX) runs up another $24M; Get Hard (WB) muscles in with $4.6M debut… International...Show More Summary

Secret Service Just Following the Rules When It Wiped Incriminating Video

The Secret Service has rules, and then they have rules. Sure, maybe a couple of their highest-ranking agents are accused of driving a government vehicle onto the White House grounds and nearly into a suspicious package investigation after they'd had a few too many in what seems like the agency's fiftieth or sixtieth headline-level screwup since 2012. Show More Summary


NO WONDER THE SECRET SERVICE AND DEA DRIVE THOSE HUGE SUV’S: CA Dem Congresswoman Claims Climate Change Will Turn Women Into Prostitutes.

On Her Majesty's Personal Secret Service: Hacked Hillary/Blumenthal Emails Reveal She Was Being Fed Intelligence By Her Own Private Spy Service

So many questions here. One important question is: Did she disclose the emails containing these intelligence reports to the government? I strongly doubt that. Is she claiming intelligence reports about Libya, during the civil war, and in the build-up...

British spy thriller 'Kingsman' has become a cultural phenomenon in South Korea

One of the surprise box office success stories of 2015 is “Kingsman: The Secret Service.” The comic adaptation spy thriller starring Colin Firth and directed by Matthew Vaughn (“X-Men: First Class”) got strong reviews and surprised Fox when it opened second at the U.S. Show More Summary

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