A former New Jersey military officer is reported to have beg guilty to attempting to sell stolen bitcoin mining hardware, according to NJ.com.
Vincent Saggese, 34, is reported to have certified to assembly an clandestine representative final year where he is purported to have attempted offered mechanism apparatus including bitcoin mining apparatus from KnC Miner.
A ten-year maestro of Plainfield Police Department, Saggese faces a trial duration of adult to 5 years and contingency offer 50 hours of village service.
Bad Cops Linked to Bitcoin
This isn’t a initial time, however, that military officers have left bad when it comes to bitcoin.
CCN reported final year a sentencing of former Secret Service agent, Shaun Bridges, after he pled guilty to hidden over $800,000 value of bitcoins while operative on a Silk Road case. He was condemned to offer 71 months in prison.
Former U.S. sovereign agent, Carl Force IV, was condemned to 78 months in prison, or 6 and a half years, after pleading guilty to bitcoin burglary and coercion during a supervision review of Silk Road. CCN reported that