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For information on the markets themselves (active & past), see DNM survival; for discussion of the ordering process, economics, cryptography, and politics of the black-, see Silk Road.The sections are split up by market, then by country.Inside the warehouse police found and seized computers, drugs, packaging materials and an automatic weapon.With the seized computers as evidence, investigators learned about their online vendor alias Er Kran.Then later, on 9 March 2015, the other man (likely Holland Online’s supplier) and a business partner of his (the Amsterdam & Utrecht men) were also arrested.Two men, aged 42 and 25, were behind the vendor alias Er Kran.Bagmænd risikerer op til seks års fængsel On 29 January 2015, German police searched several locations & arrested 5 Germans for gun sales (especially for machine gun sales); a media article focusing on one of them mentions his appearance in a Vice documentary about Internet sales of guns over presumably the DNMs.
When the 42-year-old man showed up to empty the mailbox, he got arrested.
Because of the novelty of such markets and the relatively durable communities, a surprising number of arrests eventually become known.
While we’ll never know all the users who experience imperial entanglements, published reports at least yield a lower bound on their numbers and are enlightening as to law enforcement methods & OPSEC lessons.
I compile a table and discussion of all known arrests and prosecutions related to English-language Tor-Bitcoin darknet markets (DNMs) such as Silk Road 1, primarily 2011-2015, along with discussion of how they came to be arrested.
Online DNM users have been arrested in a number of countries, for many different reasons, and dating back to not long after the opening of Silk Road 1 in January 2011.
To suggest or correct entries, you can contact me via email & PGP, in the comments section, or make an edit on Github.