Six arrested in coding development attacks
Created July 18, 2019
Six people were arrested in Britain and the Netherlands
– $ 24 million, theft – $ 27.3 million
The arrest was made by a cyber man in south-west England
Fisheries and complaints with the Dutch police (SW RCCU)
(Policy), Europol, Eurostat UK (NCA)
After a long trial period of more than 14 months, the number reached 25
The judgment is based on a language
The famous cryptocurrency giant has been launched to attract its potential
Bitcoin victims steal money and come to the scene.
Five men and one woman were arrested for the same reason
Early in the morning in Charles, Nastaran West and Staestron. In their home
Amsterdam and Rotterdam in the Netherlands are reportedly in the UK.
Hexes is estimated to have hit at least 12,000 victims in 12 countries, but that is unlikely.
According to Europol:
> Today, Dutch police (politically) cooperate with Europol UK, Southwest Regional Association (SW RCCU)
After 14 months of investigation, 24 million people were arrested
Five men and one woman were arrested this morning at their homes in Charleston, West Weston and their homes.
Stastron (England), Amsterdam and Rotterdam (Netherlands).
Bitcoin theft of bitcoins has killed at least 4,000 people in 12 countries
The number continues to increase.
This research refers to the use of existing or modified text in popular online exchanges
Discover the right website and steal their money and information to access compatible Bitcoin phones.
This paper was submitted to the European Research Center
[(J-cat) is held at Europol
After the British government announced that the suspect may have lived in the Netherlands. Support functions provided by EC3
In February 2018, J-Gate was recognized as the coordinator for international cooperation of EU member states.
The building is set up at Europol headquarters between British and Dutch officials for business meetings
Effectively share personal information and resources because of this arrest. Formal meetings are also held
Get ready for work in Europe.