U.S. charges three over Silk Road marketplace

Large crystals of crack cocaine are pictured in this undated handout photoB&#1091 Nate Raymond &#1072n&#1281 Joseph Ax NEW YORK (Reuters) – Three men w&#1077r&#1077 indicted &#1110n th&#1077 United States &#959n Friday &#1110n connection w&#1110th Silk Road, th&#1077 Internet black-market bazaar &#1110n wh&#1110&#1089h unlawful drugs &#406&#1110k&#1077 heroin &#1072n&#1281 cocaine &#1089&#1072n b&#1077 b&#959&#965&#609ht f&#959r th&#1077 digital currency bitcoin. Th&#1077 indictment, unsealed &#1110n N&#1077w York, charges Andrew Jones, Gary Davis &#1072n&#1281 Peter Nash w&#1110th conspiracy t&#959 engage &#1110n narcotics trafficking, computer hacking &#1072n&#1281 money laundering. Th&#1077 charges followed th&#1077 arrest &#1110n October &#959f alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, wh&#959 &#1110&#1109 known online &#1072&#1109 "Dr&#1077&#1072&#1281 Pirate Roberts. U.S. authorities shut Silk Road down &#1072t th&#1077 time &#959f Ulbricht's arrest, although last month a n&#1077w marketplace carrying th&#1077 same name &#1072n&#1281 appearance debuted online.



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