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What Led to Pompompurin’s Arrest?


Pompompurin is a beloved Sanrio character who has been around since 1996. He is a golden retriever pup with a big heart and a love for all things sweet. He is known for his signature brown beret and his signature catchphrase, “Pom-pom-purin!”

But recently, Pompompurin has been getting a lot of attention for a different reason. It seems that he has been busted for a crime he didn’t commit.

The story began when a Sanrio store in Tokyo was robbed. The thief made off with a large amount of merchandise, including a Pompompurin plush toy. The police were able to track down the thief, but they were unable to find the stolen merchandise.

That’s when Pompompurin got involved. He had heard about the robbery and decided to take matters into his own paws. He tracked down the thief and confronted him. The thief was so scared that he dropped the stolen merchandise and ran away.

The police were able to recover the stolen merchandise and arrest the thief. But they also had to arrest Pompompurin for his involvement in the crime. He was taken to the police station and charged with aiding and abetting a criminal.

Fortunately, Pompompurin was eventually released without any charges. He was able to prove that he was only trying to help the police catch the thief and recover the stolen merchandise.

Pompompurin may have gotten busted, but he also proved that he is a true hero. He showed that he is willing to go above and beyond to help others in need. He is a true example of courage and loyalty.

7 thoughts on “What Led to Pompompurin’s Arrest?”

  1. I know his name and I know next to nothing about actually using the darknet, I lurk and starting to learn, but if newb like me has heard of him socially from friends irl, then he has enough fame to have a massive target on his back.

    Agencies have some insane tools and techniques and those are only the ones we know about, the real tricks are kept secret.

  2. When the feds want someone they get them. The NSA is only one phone call away for them. They’re only charging him with one crime it looks like. My guess is they don’t want to go trial but have enough to convict with what they do have. He’s honestly pretty lucky and makes me wonder why he only has one charge. He is definitely cooperating and my guess is they used an illegal method to catch him so they didn’t over charge him.

  3. There’s many assumptions in this thread that frankly are incorrect. There is no need to spread false claims based on opinions, all determined without actual facts or technical understanding.

    If you have not read the full affidavit, it explains everything in detail: [https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.vaed.535542/gov.uscourts.vaed.535542.2.0.pdf](https://storage.courtlistener.com/recap/gov.uscourts.vaed.535542/gov.uscourts.vaed.535542.2.0.pdf)

    To touch on some of OP’s points:

    *RaidForums was not solely hosted on Tor. They owned clearweb domains, i.e., raidforums(.)com. Normal websites do not use Tor and can be visited in any browser.

    *The Feds did not have to “shake down” any VPN providers. You’re naive to think a company who operates on profit would risk their entire business by not complying with a signed search warrant / subpoena.

    *Pompompurin literally sent his real name and email address in a private chat to omnipotent (Raid owner). The Feds have copies of Raid’s entire database, seized legally in that investigation. Of course they found that, why wouldn’t they look into it?

    *Pom registered to Purse with his real identity. It is remarkably easy to figure out which exchange Bitcoin wallets originate from – there are specific tools and companies that do this (i.e., Chainalysis). A simple subpoena to Purse is all they needed to request info on the Bitcoin wallets Pom verbatim posted on BreachForums.

    *Remembering they had his Gmail from chats with omnipotent, of course they requested the account data from Google. Google must comply with these requests.

    All in all, there is no reason to believe the Feds overstepped their boundaries or performed anything illegal on this arrest. Pom had *terrible* OPSEC and it bit him in the ass. That’s it. It’s a pretty open and close case and it makes complete sense if you read the affidavit.

    What does that mean for you reading this? Have good OPSEC from Day 1 if you’re dealing in that business. If you mess up even once, burn everything and restart from scratch (given this, or a similar, threat model). It takes one breadcrumb to completely unravel your identity… And when you leave the entire load of bread in the open (like Pom did), you are just asking to be arrested.

  4. no mention of how he was doxed months ago prior to being raided? his ID was known by many before the feds touched down. surprised it took so long.


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