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There was already a lot of evidence that alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht (a.k.a. Dread Pirate Roberts) was not the world’s greatest guy, and the condemning information just keeps rolling in. Newly surfaced legal documents say that the 29-year-old ordered not one but two hits on former associates.
As you step outside today to breathe in the fresh air and note our planet’s lush, life-giving fauna, take a minute to appreciate the fact that this whole day exists thanks to the hard efforts of Earth Day’s environmentally conscious, murderous conspirators. Because even though this day is founded on the vision of an Earth worth saving, it’s also founded by (or at least partially by) a man who whose conservation efforts didn’t quite extend to human life.
John McAfee, the anti-virus software kingpin, is reportedly wanted in connection with a murder investigation in Belize. He says he didn’t do it. And that the murder of his neighbour, Gregory Faull, might have actually been meant for him. The weirdness that surrounds McAfee is getting even crazier.
Antivirus pioneer John McAfee is allegedly a suspect in a local murder investigation in Belize, says local police. According to Marco Vidal, head of the national police force’s Gang Suppression Unit, McAfee is a suspect in the murder of American expatriate Gregory Paul, who reportedly was gunned down on Saturday night at his home in San Pedro Town.
While he chatted with her over a webcam from China, a Beijing student says there was knock on his girlfriend Qian Liu’s door in Toronto. A man entered and a struggle followed. Ten hours later, Liu’s body was found in her basement apartment. [Gawker]
Some anti-choicers with a little tech know-how have made the Wikipedia page for “abortion” the second search result when you Google “murder”. Their success is perhaps impressive, but manipulating search engine results isn’t the most effective form of advocacy.