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Dark web murder for hire

2023-10-18 21:14:26.005112+02 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

Hey, there's another use for cryptocurrency: United States Attorneys Office Northern District of Georgia: Doctor pleads guilty in dark web murder-for-hire plot.

The thing that amazes me is that dude thinks he can find a hit man on the dark web who isn't, by default, a fed, and that for $16k he can hire a murder. Like, this person became a doctor, which... well... doesn't speak well of professional licensing.

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#Comment Re: Dark web murder for hire made: 2023-10-18 21:23:51.672925+02 by: brainopener

What do you call a person who finished last in medical school?

A doctor.

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