A Doctor Paid Hitmen $60k in BTC to Kidnap His Wife

A Doctor Paid Hitmen $60k in BTC to Kidnap His Wife

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A Washington doctor, Dr. Ronald Craig Ilg has admitted to hiring hitmen for $60k in Bitcoin through the dark web to beat his ex-colleague, and kidnap his wife, a crime that will see him spending up to the next 8 years of his life in a prison cell.

The US Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Washington in a new release said that Dr. Ronald Craig Ilg 55 is a former neonatologist from Spokane, he transferred $60k in BTC to multiple hitmen to kidnap his estranged wife, and inject her with heroin so that she would drop divorce proceedings.

Also according to the release, he wanted to pay a hitman in Bitcoin to break the hand of his former colleague.

“The target should be given a significant beating that is obvious. It should injure both hands significantly or break the hands. I tried to attach a pic but it wouldn’t load,” said Dr. IIg in a message to the dark web’s administrator.

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The FBI Prevented the Crime

Luckily for IIg’s wife and ex-colleague, the FBI was able to detect the scheme and get a copy of the man’s message to the hitmen. In his voluntary interview with the agency, the former doctor lied that he wanted to commit suicide, He also sent a letter to a key witness in the case against him – begging her to marry him so he could control the whole process.

“This case demonstrates how violent offenders exploit cyberspace and cryptocurrency to further their criminal agendas. Mr. Ilg solicited and paid for multiple dark web hitmen to target the two victims in this case. Mr. Ilg also wanted to target additional victims if the hitmen followed through with the plan to harm these first two victims,” US Attorney Waldref commented on the crimes.

Michael Heiler, a top agent at the FBI said that the organization will keep looking into such crimes and make sure they are prevented before it is too late.

IIg’s sentence will be revealed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) in November 2022, the crime may see IIg sentenced to prison for 60 to 96 months.

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