Tuesday, August 8, 2017

"An Israeli teen accused of making more than 100 bomb threats to U.S. schools and Jewish community centers since January sold his bomb threat services on the dark web..."

TDB:

where he offered to frame people for the threats, the FBI alleges.

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The post offered refunds for unsuccessful bomb threats, and tiered pricing ranging from $30 for a single threat, to $90 for “emailed bomb threat to a school districts\multiple schools + framing someone for it”.

For this latter service, Darknet_Legend added a caveat: “there is a no guarantee that the police will question or arrest the framed person,”