American Crypto Anarchist who Fled the U.S. Shot, Killed in Mexico’s Murder Capital

According to a report by Mercury News, an American crypto-anarchist who went by the name “John Galton” was shot to his death earlier this week at his home in Acapulco, Mexico. A woman named Lily Forester, who identified herself as Galton’s partner, stated in a social media post that she saw as the gunmen aim for the heads of Galton and a friend, whose name was given as Jason Henza. Lily claimed that after the shooting, Henza was able to make it to a local hospital, with gunshot wounds to his armpit, hand, and leg. Galton, was not so lucky.

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This time last year Bitcoin took off at Thanksgiving. As it became the most-discussed topic over the turkey dinner, the price shot up to $10k. Three weeks after Bitcoin hit its all-time high. Now let’s hope you all talked about Bitcoin instead of nailing that turkey

This time last year Bitcoin took off at Thanksgiving. As it became the most-discussed topic over the turkey dinner, the price shot up to $  10k. Three weeks after Bitcoin hit its all-time high. Now let's hope you all talked about Bitcoin instead of nailing that turkey submitted by /u/spadewalk
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