To date, Jester has eliminated 170 websites, tagging each one with "Tango Down" -- a military term for an enemy that's been wiped out. He also shares any information he's gleaned with the relevant authorities. You'd think those authorities would discourage such illegal and potentially destructive behavior, but the U.S. government has thus far left him alone. Possibly because they also think he's awesome.
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A Man Busted The Criminal Who Stole His Identity By Setting Up A Fake Drug Deal
D'Andre Rivers was having a bad day when somebody stole his wallet, but that was the least of his problems. Soon his credit card was charged $2,000 worth of purchases, and his license was used to rent a car. In a boring world, the story would end there. Identity theft is a difficult crime to investigate, and most cases never yield an arrest because police are preoccupied with "more severe" crimes. By all rights, Rivers should have spent his next few months arguing with the bank, buying a chain for his wallet, and repeatedly denying he's into ska every time someone sees his wallet chain. But instead of taking it lying down, Rivers went full Miami Vice on his adversary.
Armed only with the info his impostor had left with the rental car agency, Rivers nonchalantly rang him up, pretending to be interested in a drug deal. He figured that the type of guy who steals wallets and commits credit card fraud might also be down to traffic in illegal narcotics, and wouldn't you know it, he was right. The pickpocket agreed to meet up at a local mall to make a deal with a complete stranger, because you don't get far in that line of work without taking some chances.