Ghost Security Group to track ISIS attackers in Paris

Ghost Security Group to track ISIS attackers in Paris

Editor`s note: This article is an exclusive investigation of the story, that was held by Editorial of Cointelegraph. An article at NewsBTC this week caused a lot of questions from our readers, as it gave no evidences of the BTC wallet existence mentioned in the article. CoinTelegraph Editorial decided to reach GSG (Ghost Security Group) via e-mail and asked them a few questions specific questions. The answer we received is given in this piece. We are analyzing vast amounts of data connected to the Paris attacks. Ghost Security Group, a counter terrorism network, wants to stand against ISIS....


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