A New Jersey priest was indicted on Thursday for an purported temptation intrigue involving a bitcoin sell owned by an Israeli male related to cyber attacks on JPMorgan Chase amp; Co and other companies.
Trevon Gross, a priest and former authority of a Helping Other People Excel Federal Credit Union of Jackson, New Jersey, was charged with receiving payments to let operators of an bootleg bitcoin sell benefit control of a credit union.
Gross, 46, was indicted of usurpation $150,000 in bribes from people including Anthony Murgio, who operated an unlawful bitcoin sell called Coin.mx, and Yuri Lebedev, who supervised mechanism programing functions for a exchange.
Prosecutors have pronounced their idea was to work a credit kinship as a serf bank and hedge intensity inspection of Coin.mx, that was owned by Gery Shalon, an Israeli indicted of orchestrating a large hacking scheme.
Prosecutors have pronounced Shalon, another Israeli, Ziv Orenstein, and an American, Joshua Samuel Aaron, ran a rapist craving that hacked