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Chris Hydrick

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It's easy to say you don't care about money when you keep the profits of a nation wide extortion company. After what he's done, I don't blame him for wanting to leave the world a better place. Why doesn't he start with fixing the corrupt company he started?

fusion.net/interactive/252451/digilantes-mugshots-dotcom-investigation/

I was surprised to find his Facebook posts public. Does anybody else have anything to say to Sahar? Say it on his FaceBook. It seems to be open to the public. I'm curious to see if he decides to comment on his work with MugShots.com If you're curious, you should jump chime in on the facebook post. I left the last comment, on his last post.
 

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I am not so sure that Sahar is the current owner . According to the LInkedIn profile of mugshots.com It says that they acquired the domain(without any site) back in 2011 and managed to grow it top one of the top 1000 sites of the internet.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaeljrobertson

Within 18 months we were able to put together a team, buy a domain without a website, and turn it into a world's top 1,000 website destination.

To make contact visit Mugshots.com and contact via the website. For all Unpublishing inquiries contact UnpublishArrest.com or call 800-276-2540.

I think Sahar sold the domain name to the company as he had bought it many years before. There will probably be a lot of records around showing him to be the owner. Since the current owner is not known, people would assume that it must be Sahar as he would be the only person known to have owned the domain.

Or is this just a trick to hide ownership and this Michael Robertson guy is just a straw man?

What's interesting is that the domain is registered with Fabulous and a related domain(unpublisharrest.com) is registered with Moniker. Aren't these typical domainer registrars?

This would suggest some domainer involvement. Or just a coincidence?
 
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Chris Hydrick

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I am not so sure that Sahar is the current owner. According to the LInkedIn profile of mugshots.com It says that they acquired the domain(without any site) back in 2011 and managed to grow it top one of the top 1000 sites of the internet. I think Sahar sold the domain name to the company. There will probably be a lot of records around showing him to be the owner. Since the current owner is not known, people would assume that it must be Sahar as he would be the only person known to have owned the domain.

What's interesting is that the domain is registered with Fabulous and a related domain(see Linkedin profile) is registered with Moniker. Aren't these typical domainer registrars?

This would suggest some domainer involvement. Or just a coincidence?

Sahar published a mugshot of me when I was 17 years old. (2006 - when it's presumed he was the owner) I was arrested on a bench warrant for failing to pay a speeding ticket and released within hours of being processed after paying just a $200 ticket.

Sahar's company scraped the data, and refused to remove my mugshot. I have been affected by this scam first hand, and I'm appalled to find out this fellow domainer was behind it. He's walking around like a changed man, living on the fortune of his successful scam? It took me 10 years to find out who was behind this scheme. I'll be grilled if I didn't let him know the consequences of his actions. SMH...
 

dordomai

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Sahar published a mugshot of me when I was 17 years old. (2006 - when it's presumed he was the owner) I was arrested on a bench warrant for failing to pay a speeding ticket and released within hours of being processed after paying just a $200 ticket.

Sahar's company scraped the data, and refused to remove my mugshot. I have been affected by this scam first hand, and I'm appalled to find out this fellow domainer was behind it. He's walking around like a changed man, living on the fortune of his successful scam? It took me 10 years to find out who was behind this scheme. I'll be grilled if I didn't let him know the consequences of his actions. SMH...

Interesting. Thanks for the information.
 

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It's easy to say you don't care about money when you keep the profits of a nation wide extortion company. After what he's done, I don't blame him for wanting to leave the world a better place. Why doesn't he start with fixing the corrupt company he started?

fusion.net/interactive/252451/digilantes-mugshots-dotcom-investigation/

I was surprised to find his Facebook posts public. Does anybody else have anything to say to Sahar? Say it on his FaceBook. It seems to be open to the public. I'm curious to see if he decides to comment on his work with MugShots.com If you're curious, you should jump chime in on the facebook post. I left the last comment, on his last post.

Sahar HAS NOT have enough of his bullshit and bullcrap about world making better than little bit before.


Stop the non-sense, he always on the look out, about how to make more money than he did yesterday, he does not care about your life or how it affects you, all these people care is about money. I dont know when he will be enough with his lies.

The only person who stick to his guts and trustworthy is by far -- Frank Schilling
 

HeyNow

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I haven't posted in a while, and I appreciate all of the "likes" from fellow members, thank you. Due to arbitrarily-deleted posts based on "off topic" nonsense, I find posting here frustrating when relevant posts are deleted under the "off topic" criteria. It's BS IMHO.

But this much is relevant in this thread: Sahar Sarid appears to me to have a third-world mentality when it comes to business ethics. That means to me that he's attuned to third-world desperation of f--k the other guy as long as I can improve my lifestyle. Perhaps it means a Mercedes. Perhaps it means a higher-quality social life. Perhaps it means pooping in a toilet instead of a hole in the ground, and using toilet paper instead of one's own hand. I don't know, I don't live with the guy. But it appears that way to me, that is, an attitude of someone who would bend the rules of ethics in order to get out of a shitty life. Otherwise, what would explain the defense of AD and the highlighting of that individual in any positive light? Perhaps he approves of AD's business practices. Perhaps not. We only have his actions and posts on which to base our conclusions.
 

dordomai

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whoever is running mugshots.com better need a very good privacy protection. Not sure how well it is working at the moment.

The majority featured on the site might be harmless but what about the tiny percentage of violent criminals there? Could be thousands who want to f*ck the owner when they get out of jail.

Seems really stupid and reckless in many ways this operation.
 
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The only person who stick to his guts and trustworthy is by far -- Frank Schilling

Less than a year ago we heard that Schilling and Sarid were going into business with each other....

"One of Sarid’s future plans involve the creation of a domainer diving academy based in the Caymans; Frank Schilling, who owns several dolphins, will provide Sarid with expert advice and a base to launch his venture from"

So he may well be very shrewd when it comes to managing his own reputation, but that doesn't mean he shares your opinions about Sarid.

Sounds like they are in fact very pally.
 
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The thing is.... having seen Sahar's recent facebook posts recently.... this is exactly the type of thing he'd say:

"During those 4 minutes of my breathless dive, I am able to project exclusive domain ventures, to discover amazing domain gems laying untouched and forgotten, and to define domain acquisition strategies that can’t happen when inhaling oxygen”

The parody is eerily similar to the actual domain world. I read a thread recently where somebody was created a domainers getaway in Thailand, a place for just domainers to stay in luxury, and the industry is full of these narcissistic morons babbling on about how they are changing the world when they've never created anything in their entire lives before giving each other awards for nothing.

This is a world where Adam Dicker can win developer of the year for installing $50 ThemeForest themes with a few articles from EzineArticles.com, and the Godaddy CEO can shoot elephants and try and claim that he'd done it to help feed some Africans..... when that stuff actually does happen in this industry even swimming with a family of privately owned dolphins seems perfectly plausible.
 
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HeyNow

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I suggest you all view Fusion's investigative documentary, "The Naked Truth: Mugged," in which I found mention of Sahar. What a gem. No wonder the mainstream media consider domaining and associated businesses vile.

http://onlinedomain.com/2016/03/25/video/mugshots-com/

Forgot to mention it was aired on mainstream television. Some investigative reporter chasing scoundrels who don't seem very eager to brag about their internet successes, especially mugshots.com.
 

Chris Hydrick

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Sahar published a mugshot of me when I was 17 years old. (2006 - when it's presumed he was the owner) I was arrested on a bench warrant for failing to pay a speeding ticket and released within hours of being processed after paying just a $200 ticket.

A big name in the domain industry used this mugshot against against me in NamePros chat earlier today. Said something about his private investigator uncovering information about me. Using this link to say I have a criminal past. The irony is that this big name domainer had threatened me earlier with an arrest report of another 17 year old (not me), should I not comply to his request to remove my posts about him and his company. We are still trying to work things out one last time civilly before the courts are involved and a spectacle is made.
 
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