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Authorities Take Down Darknet Portal That Made Nearly $2 Million Selling Child Porn

Authorities from the United States and Europe have revealed they took down a website selling child pornography and “real” rape videos via the darknet, that is estimated to have made nearly $2 million in revenue.


According to a press released published by the Europol, the website was taken down after the arrest of its alleged 32-year-old Dutch administrator on obscenity and money laundering charges. The alleged administrator, Michael Rahim Mohammad, or “Mr Dark” was indicted by a federal grand jury in the District of Columbia over his alleged connections to DarkScandals.

Authorities Take Down Darknet Portal That Made Nearly $2 Million Selling Child Porn

The website was reportedly selling over 2,000 videos depicting sexual assault or abuse, including against minors. Don Fort, chief of the Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation team, commented on the takedown:


"The types of crimes described in this indictment are the most disgusting I’ve encountered in 30 years of law enforcement. It is a special kind of evil to prey on and profit from the pain of others." Read More...

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