More arrests have followed that of its alleged founder
(NEWSER) – It's the last thing users of the now-shuttered Silk Road website wanted to hear about: more drug-related arrests. Last week, authorities in San Francisco nabbed the site's alleged leader, Ross Ulbricht. Now it appears that the investigation won't stop there. Eight more alleged drug dealers who used the site—described as a kind of black-market eBay for illicit drugs—have been arrested around the world, reports BuzzFeed. That includes two people in Washington state (one accused of being a top seller), four in Britain, and two in Sweden.
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