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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

US Firearm Vendor Tried To Sell Gun To Customer, Got Jailed

Michael Ryan, a graduate of the 36-year-old from Kansas, USA, was sentenced to 52 months in prison for running a web shop sellers in the dark. According to law enforcement authorities, the suspects sold weapons under the false name "Gunrunner" in the Black Market Reloaded (BMR) market.

During the investigation, law enforcement authorities find that Ryan sold robust Hi-Point pistol and 19 bullets to customers in Edinburgh. Sellers allegedly sent a package using FedEx. After his arrest, weapon vendor admitted that he also exported firearms into the UK, Ireland, and Australia.

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) arrested 36 years in June 2015. The suspect appeared in court last year, in which he pleaded guilty to six counts of exporting and attempting to export firearms illegally. During the last year the ATF raid on the home of Ryan in Kansas, law enforcement authorities found evidence that the suspect sold and shipped Hi-Point pistol to Scotland.

According to official court documents, the 36-year Glocks offered, Uzi, Berettas, Walthers with ammunition and a magazine for customers in the dark web market. Suspect markets such as the UK, where the purchase of guns and rifles difficult or prohibited targeted.

Ryan faced 10 years in prison, however, his sentence was reduced because he cooperated with law enforcement authorities after his arrest. The court sentenced 36 years to 52 months in prison.

"With a computer and an internet connection, Ryan host international arms trade business in the dark web, peddling firearms worldwide," said Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell said in a statement.

On January 18, Stephen Carl Allwine, a man Cottage Grove, was arrested for the murder of his wife. The researchers described it as "one of the most bizarre cases ever seen." The case was initiated by a call suicide in this Allwine home. Amy Louise Allwine allegedly shot himself in the bedroom together. A 9mm pistol was found on the floor, next to the wife of the elbow. However, something does not add up. "The hand of the victim revealed no soot, no gunpowder stippling, no gunpowder stippling on fire, and there was no blood on his hands," court documents revealed.

law enforcement authorities began a thorough multi-agency investigation. They found that the husband had access to dark web and use it often. During the investigation, law enforcement found that men requested services assassin of "murder for hire" dark net controversial Mafia Besa sites.

Site service assassin allegedly hacked by the hacker, known as "bRpsd", previously. He leaked all the usernames and email addresses in the database. hackers also claimed that the whole operation is a scam. Researchers used data leak and cross-checked with the devices they confiscated from Allwine. They found the username "dogdaygod" and dogdaygod@hmamail.com (username and the email address used in the husband's net operating dark) in the dump data. Law enforcement found that men were paid somewhere between $ 10,000 - $ 15,000 BTC to the Mafia for the murder of Amy Besa Allwine Louise. They agreed on a close range shot his wife and set fire to the house. However, the suspect got scammed.

That's where the suspects decided to kill his own wife, the police claimed. The trail-only seen with luminol-over point to the husband as the killer. Allwine was charged with one count of second-degree murder. The judge set bail at $ 1 million and $ 500,000 unconditional and strict conditions.
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