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In conjunction with the shutdown of Hydra, criminal charges were filed against year-old Dmitry Olegovich Pavlov, a resident of Russia, for conspiracy to distribute narcotics and conspiracy to commit money laundering. Robert Leach, a prosecutor who successfully prosecuted Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes for wire fraud and conspiracy, will be one of four attorneys prosecuting the Hydra case. Leach is an assistant U.
Attorney for the Northern District of California. According to an indictment, Hydra was an online criminal marketplace that enabled users to buy and sell illicit goods and services, including illegal drugs, stolen financial information, fraudulent identification documents, and money laundering and mixing services, anonymously and outside the reach of law enforcement.
Hydra vendors offered a variety of illicit drugs for sale, including cocaine, heroin, methamphetamine, LSD, and other opioids. The FBI says its investigative efforts against the dark web focus on "the most egregious criminal organizations and activities" and not individual criminals.
Typically, products and services involve child sexual exploitation; drugs; guns; chemical, biological, and radiological materials, according to the FBI. Newsweek reached out to the Department of Justice for comment but did not hear back in time for publication.
Recently, a Utah man was arrested after admitting that he visited the dark web to hire a hitman amid a custody battle. Back in , two other dark web marketplaces were dismantled and three of the defendants were named in the lawsuit linked to one of them. All of that happened after a report that showed a crackdown on more than 20, rogue websites on the open web that forced vendors to underground sites.
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