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"How It Happened"
"Ross Ulbricht was sloppy and outted himself..."
Ross Ulbricht did some dumb stuff for an Internet criminal kingpin, if FBI allegations are true.
Ulbricht was arrested Tuesday at the Glen Park branch of the San Francisco Public Library and charged with narcotics trafficking conspiracy, computer hacking conspiracy and money laundering. He’s accused of running Silk Road, a so-called hidden website that supposedly allowed users to buy and sell drugs without fear of discovery.