The Hitmen Network is a dark web website where people could hire hitmen online.
If C’thulhu resume is rather expensive, with hits starting at $30 000 and up, the Crime Bay has a large network of criminals and gang members that provide services from $5000 and up
To avoid being arrested, customers of these kind of sites never provide details about themselves, and they never pay with credit cards.
Payment is always done with Bitcoin, through an escrow. The escrow acts as a middle man between the customer and the hitman, ensuring that neither party rip off the other
Crime Bay, as many other sites have an escrow system built in, protecting customers and hitmen .
Most American films and television have murders and hitmen, but in reality the hitmen are not as fancy as in the movies. It does not matter what country a person is talking about, there are those who would hire an assassin to kill their rival to get further up, especially if it is for a government position.
Hitmen, prostitution and espionage are as old as humanity itself. Humans have a cruel habit of killing other humans, and those we can’t do it themselves hire some other people to do it.
There are literally thousands of instances throughout history where someone went to hire an assassin to kill their political rival so that they could be king, emperor, prime minister, a senator, or other government official. This happened in the Roman Empire all the time, and there is even a pretty credible belief that it has gone by men who wanted to be Pope. For real! There were popes that had people assassinated. Doesn’t sound very holy does it?
The murder for hire route is one that so many find is the perfect alternative. They don’t want to wait around for the position to open to them, and the most sensible thing seems to be, at least to them, to kill off the person who is standing in their way so that they can take the position they feel they are so much better equipped to own.
Think about it for a minute. This is how Julius Caesar as well as many other Roman emperors died. This is how kings throughout Europe’s history lost their throne. In some cases, the military establishment even killed off a ruler because they viewed him as incompetent or dangerous. This happened to the Emperor Nero, and many believe it has happened in China’s history. It is the solution that seems to resolve the problem.
Of course, the person who hatches the murder for hire plot is going on the assumption that the people will like them in power more than the one that they had killed. That sometimes proves to be a faulty assumption. It is also likely that if someone employs this tactic to gain power for themselves that someone else will use that same idea against them. The idea of what you reap you sow.
Murder is always an ugly mess, and there are rarely instances where the hiring of an assassin to kill of a political rival works all neat and clean. It may seem like a perfect solution, but it is truly ugly business.