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Little Three Bitcoin Darknet buys murderous rivals, distorted love makes women ugly

For the murder in the name of love, think carefully! A woman in Illinois in the United States will face imprisonment for 20 years because she, as a junior, plans a bitcoin murder to recover her former lover from her rival.

The 31-year-old woman named Tina Jones has been arrested by the police and accused of involvement in the Bitcoin murder.

Distorted Love

When Tina Jones was working at Loyola Medical Center, she had been infected with a married man. It is said that when the man decided to end this relationship with Tina Jones, she could not accept and start killing.

Dupey County Attorney General Robert Berlin revealed that in January of this year, Tina Jones met the largest mafia criminal group in the United States, the Koza Nostra Group, in the dark network market. She paid more than 10,000 US dollars to buy bitcoins. Killing rivals.

And on the site left the former lover commuting time, so that the murderer knows the rival's time alone. A special message, oh, don't hurt her lover. Let this look like an accident.

Information is exposed

Police in DuPage County, Illinois, received clues about the case. The prosecutor said that the clue came from a 48-hour TV show on CBS and the police immediately launched a full investigation.

Tina Jones was later arrested by the police and appeared in court last Wednesday. She was charged with hijacking. This is a serious crime and the bail is 250,000 U.S. dollars. Tina Jones will appear again on May 15. If convicted, she will face up to 20 years of imprisonment.

Sadly, this is not the first case of using Bitcoin to kill someone. The infamous Silk Road operator Ross Ublich was jailed for trying to arrange five murders. Last December, an Italian woman was sentenced to six years imprisonment for paying a bitcoin for murdering her boyfriend.

Although the media likes to report cryptocurrencies from the perspective of darknet transactions, the fact is that there are many legitimate use cases for cryptocurrencies. A study found that less than 1% of all Bitcoin transactions were illegal transactions.

This story tells us there are two points to pay attention to. First of all, using cryptocurrency in most cases is not the most sensible choice for hiring a murderer because you will leave traces on the blockchain. Second, perhaps it is best not to have an affair.