A Florida judge sentenced a former darknet vendor to nine years in prison for distribution of methamphetamine and laundering money. The vendor, NoStress, sold on Agora, Nucleus, and on Dream market.
An engineer from Charenton, France, was sentenced to 18 months in prison with a suspended sentence after someone found his USB drive, plugged it into their computer, and discovered more than 300 pictures and videos depicting “child pornography.”
In a search for the author of a blog German authorities disavowed, German police raided and ransacked the homes of several directors of the anonymity non-profit “Torservers.net.”
After being sentenced for his role in the abuse of a nine-year-old boy in the Schleswig-Holsteiner abuse case, the 44-year-old defendant has appealed his eight-year prison sentence.
One of the eight suspects in the Staufener abuse caseadmitted to raping a boy on three occasions. He admitted that he had met the boy’s parents on darknet chatrooms and gotten together with the parents, other suspected rapists, and the young boy. The Freiburg court sentenced the 37-year-old man from Switzerland to nine years in prison followed by an unknown length of supervised release. The man also owes the boy 14,000 euros as compensation. That money, though, will never reach the hands of the child.