Darkish Internet Hitman Paid $12,000 In Bitcoin To Assault An Enel Exec’s Ex-Girlfriend With Acid, Say Police

A 40-year-old Italian man was caught paying a darkish internet hitman €10,000 ($12,000) in cryptocurrency to assault an ex-girlfriend with acid and to place her in a wheelchair, in accordance with Europol and Italian police.

That man, in accordance with local reporting, was Tommaso Girotti, who was an government accountable for a digital department of the $100 billion vitality big Enel that lined well being and security, providers and safety. Enel stated the worker was instantly suspended after which fired in March after it discovered of the investigation.

Europol confirmed the unidentified lady was not harmed as one in all its brokers was in a position to hint the fee and establish the hitman’s consumer earlier than any hit occurred. The Hague-based policing company stated it carried out “an pressing, complicated crypto-analysis to allow the tracing and identification of the supplier from which the suspect bought the cryptocurrencies.” Native media reported that the girl was now underneath police safety.

The Italian Postal and Communication Police said the suspect had been detained earlier this week. They stated the person had paid an middleman on the darkish internet to rent a hitman to scar her with acid and injure her so badly she could be paralyzed and wheelchair-bound.

“It seems just like the plot of a up to date thriller wherein the creator provides life to a nightmare,” learn a press launch (by way of Google Translate) on the Italian Postal Police’s web site. “Actuality, then again, exhibits one more story of a person who thinks he can destroy a girl as a result of he would not settle for the top of their story.” The company stated the suspect had turn into obsessive about the girl, who was reportedly a colleague. 

The police recognized neither the hitman, nor the darkish site that was used within the crime, although did be aware that one other European police company had intercepted some messages that offered a lead into the alleged crime. Beforehand, dark web hitman sites have turned out to be scams, even when their clients have been real.

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