This is the story of D3f4ult (twitter.com/_d3f4ult) from CWA. He was a hacktivist, upset with the state of the way things were, and wanted to make some changes. Changes were made.
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Darknet Diaries is created by Jack Rhysider.
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JACK: Was this after you went to prison?
DEFAULT: What was after when I went to prison?
JACK: You had a million dollars in crypto?
DEFAULT: No, that was before.
JACK: Okay. Well, I want to get into all that.
DEFAULT: Yeah. It’s honestly a lot.
JACK: Okay, well, this is good. I’m glad that your story is strange — well, it’s — for a movie.
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