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“Craziest place we ordered from was Amsterdam and that was pretty intense,” says a deep web user, identified here as HEISENBLERGH.
This HEISENBLERGH used the services found on Silk Road several times, until the original site’s seizure by the FBI in 2013 and the arrest of its original system administrator, Ross Ulbricbht.
To this day, HEISENBLERGH attests to the site’s effective ability to connect buyers and suppliers in international drug trade: “The quality was unheard of. Justice Department have been leading the charge in what deep web users call “an assault” on their online activity.
To this day it was the best MDMA I’ve ever taken since American markets are flooded with dangerously cut product.” Ordering drugs through Silk Road was as simple as ordering a product through Amazon, according to HEISENBLERGH: “I knew someone who lived in the dorms at [redacted], and they had it shipped to their dorm mailbox no problem… Sometimes it would come in as little as two weeks [domestic], but it did take up to a month when receiving shipments from Europe.” While praising the site’s ease of use, HEISENBLERGH was uncomfortable with some of Silk Road’s darker services: “While it was easy to obtain what I was after (in my case just some pure MDMA and psychedelics, fairly low-key stuff), I definitely do not support the human trafficking/ordering hits/weapons aspect.” A critical outcome of Silk Road’s success has been a boom of drug-commerce startups on the deep web but also a branch into more threatening markets. The largest coordinated seizure of deep websites, dubbed Operation Onymous, successfully targeted website administrators in sixteen countries, all of whom were selling illegal contraband over the deep web.
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