Director of Deep Web Explains How Ross Ulbricht Was Unfairly Punished

By Reason TV

“Whether you like [the Silk Road] or not, whether you agree with it or not, it was a political engine,” says Alex Winter, director of the new documentary Deep Web. “That’s the thing that the government has never wanted to talk about.”

Winter sat down to talk with author, historian, and Reason contributor Thaddeus Russell following a Reason-sponsored screening of Deep Web at the Silent Movie Theater in Los Angeles on July 28, 2015.

The film chronicles the rise and fall of the notorious online black market Silk Road and its founder Ross Ulbricht. In this exclusive Q&A, Winter shares his take on whether or not Ross Ulbricht was really the person who ordered the murder of several Silk Road’s enemies under the pseudonym Dread Pirate Roberts.


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