Prosecutors say corrupt Silk Road agent has co-conspirators at large
Details remain scarce regarding the second arrest of corrupt Silk Road investigator Shaun Bridges, but in a new court filing, prosecutors insist that the details remain under seal—in part, because they believe he has one or more co-conspirators.
Bridges, who has been in custody since his re-arrest on January 28, sought to unseal the government's evidence so that he could defend himself and filed a motion to get his property back. "[H]e has been denied both his freedom and his property without any showing of wrongdoing by him," Bridges complained.
In their response (PDF) filed today, prosecutors urged the judge to keep it all under seal, since they're still looking into the full extent of Bridges' crimes.