Feds Hijack Silk Road Case in Bid to Dismantle Internet Freedom

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
By Paul Martin

Government using charges against Ross Ulbricht as trojan horse to pass chilling laws that would make website owners criminally responsible for users’ actions

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet.com
July 8, 2014

The federal government is preparing to use the case against alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht as a trojan horse to eviscerate Internet freedoms and make website owners criminally responsible for their users’ actions, setting the precedent for chilling new laws that would drastically change the face of the world wide web.

Ulbricht is currently facing charges of narcotics trafficking, computer hacking, money laundering, and engaging in a criminal enterprise for his role in setting up Silk Road, an online marketplace that allowed users to buy goods anonymously, including illegal drugs, using bitcoin as a payment method. In October 2013, the FBI shut down Silk Road and arrested Ross Ulbricht.

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