The United States a man because of the miscarriage of justice asked the US government compensation value of $13,00 million bitcoin
Andrew is Auernheimer A 28 year old man from Arkansas, he asked the U.S. government to pay compensation for bitcoin to him he suffered a miscarriage of justice. In the 2012 was convicted of computer fraud, although he has appealed and was released.
In a letter to describe as “service providers’ bill, Andrew wrote:” I was owed 28296 bitcoin. I do not answer the dollar, because it is a criminal organization, such as FBI, DOJ, ATF and the federal reserve currency of choice, I will not do evil”. The accurate value, 28296BTC Auernheimer said, he is imprisoned time multiplied by 1BTC hourly compensation.
Auernheimer has been accused of using at & T server a loophole, and one of his accomplices captured more than 114000 of the iPad user’s e-mail address.
In 2011, Auernheimer was arrested in Arkansas, he was then taken to New Jersey, where he was given a trial. After he was convicted of computer fraud, he was in Pennsylvania for 13 months. He was released in 4/11.
The federal government claims paid through BTC, this is Auernheimer the use of a creative way to publicize their plight, but there are signs that he will have brought a civil action. Even so, the United States federal prosecutors in New Jersey to report to the Supreme Court of Auernheimer may be involved in the destruction of data. Auernheimer believes that the government is unfair to him.
It is worth noting that the U.S. government does have enough to pay for these bitcoin, bitcoin is obtained in criminal cases. January this year, the government seized 29655 bitcoins from the dissolution of the online black silk road, the judge has signed.