NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 02, 2013
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(Washington: Pete Williams) The FBI’s shutdown of the Silk Road website that sells illegal drugs, including heroin, cocaine, LSD & meth, examined; photo shown of Ross Ulbricht, who is accused of running the site; figures on sales & users cited; details given about the advice given to buyers and sellers aimed at avoiding detection. [Senator Charles SCHUMER- says Ulbricht was a dream for drug users.] [“Forbes” magazine Andy GREENBERG- says it was a professional and seamless e-commerce experience.]
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