A fight for the Darknet spotlight has driven a Nebraska pharmacist to a murder attempt. A 41-year-old Auburn resident Hyrum T. Wilson was arrested last week for conspiring to blow up his colleague’s pharmacy, AP reported on April 17th.

Wikson used to successfully supply the Darknet market with controlled substances and prescription opioids. However, he decided that destroying a competitive business in his area would help profits from his illegal activities to grow.

During more than a half a year in 2019-2020, Wikson conspired with William Anderson Burgamy IV, his Darknet seller, to blow up another local pharmacy. Luckily, their plans were never executed.

Hiram T. Wilson received charges related to possession and trafficking of explosives and drugs. Burgamy was arrested as well.

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