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April 25, 2019 | PATCH

NYPD Cop’s Lies Sent 2 People To Prison, DA Says Click For More

A Manhattan narcotics detective's false claims got 3 people wrongly arrested, two of whom went behind bars, prosecutors say.

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April 25, 2019 | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Manhattan narcotics cop indicted for perjury and making false arrests Click For More

An NYPD narcotics detective has been arrested over accusations he lied in court testimony and on official documents, leading to false arrests.

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April 17, 2019 | WIRED

A Top Dark Web Drug Ring Goes Down — Thanks to ATM Withdrawals Click For More

Until a few weeks ago, sinmed was one of the largest drug vendors at Dream Market, the foremost dark web bazaar.

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April 17, 2019 | NEW YORK TIMES

How a Dark Web Drug Ring Was Uncovered After Suspicious A.T.M. Withdrawals Click For More

In recent years, drug trafficking on the dark web has exploded, as drug traffickers and other criminals have discovered that its anonymity makes it ideal for illicit transactions using cryptocurrencies.

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April 17, 2019 | LAW 360

UniCredit To Pay $1.3B To End US Sanctions Investigations Click For More

U.S. and New York authorities said Monday that they've reached settlements totaling $1.3 billion with the UniCredit banking group to resolve investigations related to transactions processed allegedly in violation of sanctions.

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April 1, 2019 | WALL STREET JOURNAL | OPINION

New York Launches a Cybercrime Brigade Click For More

(Op-Ed by Cy Vance Jr. and James P. O’Neill) In a little more than a month last year, cybercriminals temporarily debilitated Atlanta’s computer systems, disrupted Baltimore’s 911 emergency system, and forced Colorado’s Department of Transportation offline.


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These defendants raked in $2.8M in crypto and cash from their website that sold RX-free steroids and other drugs to customers in all 50 states.