One downside of using @rdarkmarkets is that your vendor may eventually decide to send blackmail/threats like this to your home address.

10:14 PM ยท Sep 26, 2017

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because he's not and it's a scam.
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Debatable. There have been many instances of informants committing crimes without handler's knowledge, or even with handler's complicity.
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Replying to @kyletorpey
do you have a source on this particular image? (I can believe it, just interested in provenance of this one)
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It was on /r/darknetmarkets yesterday
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This Tweet is from a suspended account.
Adobe's security team can't even use PGP without publishing their private key, and you want to put it in the hands of laypeople? Good luck.
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Replying to @kyletorpey
Heard story w/ dealer call in to the FBI on his "customer's" house smelled like cat piss; was meth lab. "customer" arrested w/ felony.
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Replying to @kyletorpey
These have become unfortunately common. Vendors keep addresses even though it incriminates *them* in quantities sold/time periods...
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On the plus side, at least up to 2015 when I stopped tracking arrests, very few of these shakedowns appear to result in buyer arrests.
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Replying to @kyletorpey
Thanks for tweeting this, the next iteration by some sample of the viewers will be all the more devious with some holes probably patched
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