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Chelsea Manning files for U. This document may not be reprinted without the express written permission of Texarkana Gazette, Inc. Sorry, you’re not allowed to access this page. A Utah man whose faked murder helped authorities bring down an underground, online drug marketplace was sentenced Friday in U. District Court in Baltimore to time served — two days — for his role running the site. Curtis Clark Green was sentenced this week for his involvement in the Silk Road online drug marketplace. 2013 to one count of conspiracy to distribute and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
His sentence handed down Friday also included four years of supervised release. Cutis is one of the most gentle and kind-hearted people I have ever known. Slik Road users and the federal government,” said Green’s attorney Scott Williams. His life was put at risk by corrupt federal agents who did very little to protect him and who blamed him for their corrupt deeds. I was not surprised that the US Attorney and Judge Blake felt like he had been through enough.
August to pocketing hundreds of thousands in digital currency while working on the Silk Road case was arrested at his Laurel home Thursday morning after authorities say he was found with a bag containing a passport, corporate records for three offshore accounts and a bulletproof vest. The former agent, 33-year-old Shaun Bridges, had been scheduled to turn himself in Friday to begin serving a 71-month sentence in a minimum-security prison in New Hampshire. Green’s arrest in early 2013 was part of a cross-country investigation that led to arrests on three continents and the seizure of tens of millions of dollars in assets. Fall of online drug bazaar Silk Road began with tip to Md.