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Author Topic: The True Story of Silk Road Is Way More Interesting than the Govt's Fairytale  (Read 463 times)

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Lyn Ulbricht, tells the story of her son’s landmark case. Ross Ulbricht was the publisher of the Silk Road website hosted in the Dark Web, notorious for selling illegal drugs.

Lyn notes Ross was not charged with selling drugs. He created and ran a website, which was a platform for people to sell whatever they wanted to, as long as the merchandise was deemed “victimless”; i.e., it was not stolen goods, not child pornography, not the services of hitmen, etc.

There were drugs sold, she says, “Mostly marijuana.”

For this, Ross was sentenced to 2 life sentences plus 40 years, without the possibility of parole, all for non-violent charges; no victims came forward to testify that he’d harmed them in any way. He was essentially sentenced to life for running a website. She emphasizes that he’s not a danger to anyone.



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