Curtis Green Is Back With His “Silk Road Memoir”

Curtis Green, also known as “chronicpain” in the dark web was an administrator of the black marketplace, Silk Road. He was in the news earlier as being the one that the website founder Ross Ulbricht was accused of attempting to murder. Well, he is back in the news once again and this time round, it is for his book. Green was arrested in 2013 with $27,000. In the months following Curtis’ arrest, the police had tightened the noose around the website and its owner as he had decided to cooperate with the law enforcement agencies and turned on Ross and the website during the progress of the case. Ross Ulbricht has purportedly paid $80,000 to have Green killed.

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Curtis Green – The Background

ross ulbrichtRoss Ulbricht founded the darknet drug marketplace Silk Road in 2011. It soon grew into a billion dollar business. The Silk Road was pulled down in 2013 by the law enforcement agencies, and Ross Ulbricht was arrested on charges of money laundering, hacking, identity fraud, and drug trafficking. He was convicted in 2015, and his lawyers are currently looking to file a second appeal for a retrial of the case.

According to the law enforcement agencies, Ross believed that Curtis Green, an employee of Silk Road, had stolen money from the website. Ulbricht purportedly wanted Green killed and ordered a hit. However, Carl Mark Force, a law enforcement agent that worked closely with Green masqueraded as the hitman. He pretended to kill Curtis and even sent staged photos of the hit. It was later known that Agent Force himself was stealing money from the website. Curtis Green had, in fact, taught the agents how to use Bitcoins, the digital currency that was accepted by the website.

Force and another agent Shaun Bridges were convicted last year on charges of blackmail and theft. The defense argued that it was not Ross Ulbricht, but someone else operating under the name of “Dread Pirate Roberts” who ordered Curtis’ murder.

Curtis Green – The Book of Memoirs

Curtis GreenCurtis Green is now writing a book with all the happenings at the Silk Road website that culminated in his arrest. Curtis is currently looking for a different kind of cover art for his book. Curtis Green’s book is not the first one on the topic, though. There are already many works published about the website including a book called Silk Road by Eileen Ormsby, a documentary by the name of Deep Web, and a full-length feature film among others.

Curtis Green did not serve any time for a felony in prison and was served only with a light sentence because he turned against the website and Ross and cooperated with the law enforcement agencies. He has also been working closely with journalists and writers as well as 20th Century Fox during the trial of Ross Ulbricht.

The book by Curtis Green is named Silk Road Memoir: A Story of Crime, Greed, and Murder will be released in the near future, and a Hollywood movie on the topic is also scheduled to be released soon.

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