When caught, Shaun Bridges was told to turn his laptop in as evidence. He asked his supervisor if he could copy some receipts off his computer, first. The supervisor said yes, but then noticed that Bridges was copying over a folder labeled "Bitstamp" (the bitcoin exchange) and put a stop to it at once.
Then as Bridges was "turning in" his laptop he tried to sneakily place it in a stack of laptops that were going to be erased instead. But someone noticed and was like, "No, Shaun."
When arrested during his attempted flight, Shaun Bridges was carrying two bags containing identity documents, "corporate records for offshore entities," including one that he had created after pleading guilty in this case, a Macbook with the serial number scratched off, and bulletproof vests that were probably stolen from the Secret Service.
If you're interested in reading more, I wrote up some of these stories (and others) in this article: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/great-moments-in-shaun-bridges-a-corrupt-silk-road-investigator
@sarahjeong oh my god how did I not know any of this, was this stuff not in your story?! this is even more insane than I remembered
@sarahjeong in the next scene DPR gets broken out of prison by Dom and the rest of the Fast & Furious gang, I can feel it
life should be more like movies imo
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