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Woman Charged For Trying To Use Bitcoin To Hire Assassin On The Internet To Kill Someone

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A woman has been charged in federal court with trying to hire someone over the internet using Bitcoin so that she can kill a man.

Kelly R. Harper, 37, was arrested Friday night last week just before the murder could happen after federal and local investigators were tipped off by the intended victim and journalists who reportedly uncovered the plot.

Harper faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of using the internet to hire someone to commit murder, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said.

According to a criminal complaint filed in U.S. District Court in Madison on Monday, February 8, Police were called to a home in Sun Prairie on Jan. 12 and spoke with the intended victim and a “local journalist” who were meeting by video-conference with two other journalists.

One of the journalists told police that “while investigating a murder-for-hire site on the dark web, they uncovered information showing someone wanted to kill” the man.

The “dark web” is part of the internet only accessible through special software and is designed to operate anonymously so that illegal activity is difficult to trace.

Payments are made on the dark web using crypto currency.

According to the court filing, the intended victim provided police with a summary of what the journalists had uncovered, including chat communications from Dec. 3 through Dec. 10 between the person later identified as Harper and a person claiming to be in charge of a murder-for-hire site, and in which Harper provided the person with the intended victim’s name, address, phone number and description, as well as information about his vehicle and where he worked.

“The target needs to be killed, he is a white 5 foot 5 male, dark brown short hair, blue eyes, weighs 165 pounds,” Harper allegedly wrote.

When the site administrator asked for proof of payment, Harper responded by sharing a screenshot of a bitcoin wallet with $5,633.87 in it.

Two days later, three journalists working on the investigation met with FBI special agent Bryan Baker and verified the information they’d already shared with the intended victim.

They also identified an October 19 bitcoin transfer from Harper to the administrator of a second murder-for-hire dark-web site, and the FBI used that information to connect Harper to the bitcoin wallet.

A search of Harper’s home last week “uncovered screenshots from a murder-for-hire dark web site, as well as one of the pictures (Harper) sent to the murder-for-hire site administrator,” the complaint says, and Harper allegedly admitted to FBI agent Baker that she’d tried to hire someone to kill the man.