A GANG called Black Death who operate on the “dark web” were originally said to be behind the kidnapping of British glamour model and mum-of-one Chloe Ayling. Chloe, 21, told cops she was drugged, handcuffed and stuffed in a suitcase while being held captive for six days. Here is everything we know about the internet group that claims to sell women as sex slaves. Who are the Black Death Group? The so-called Black Death group is an organisation which claims to be responsible for a network of kidnapping and people trafficking. Although rumours of its existence have circulated for several years, the kidnapping of Chloe Ayling in Milan is believed to be the only suspected crime authorities have publicly linked it to.The name is notorious on sections of the internet due to the apparent scale and depravity of its offending, though it’s not clear if its photos touting women for sale are authentic, nor if it is as proficient as it claims to be. It’s claimed that users of the dark web pay huge fees to buy women who have been kidnapped from across Europe. A 2015 article by Vice’s Motherboard stated their reporter had found images of women chained up with… Read full this story
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