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Former Silk Road DEA Agent Pleads Guilty to Bitcoin Theft

Can't blame him, everyone wants a piece of BTC
I think it's clear that this guy was aware on BTC and understood it enough to take the risk to try to get away with it, that amount could have been enough for a super retirement, but he should have trie...

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