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[*] posted on 23-9-2020 at 13:19
The curious case of Thomas Lillius a.k.a Barium


Holy shit. So after the bust in 2001 from Operation Triple X that brought down Strike, Thomas Lillius a.k.a Barium was faced with going to jail for 30 years or becoming a DEA informant.

Apparently he had numerous ideas for plans to bring down chemists, some of which were too wild even for the DEAs taste, but some were apparently executed like the stunt with the swedish guy in Thailand (read the story below).

He is said to have received multiple payments from the DEA through the swedish police, the latter were also involved in at least some of the operations the DEA conducted through Barium, until he finally got a green card and emigrated to the US.

I remember Bariums company Labglas AB, they had a very "interesting" assortment of products, so to speak. Probably was a honeypot for the DEA.

Now it all makes sense, Barium posting all his fairytales on the Hive was just a part of his job as a DEA snitch.

I'm not surprised i was one of the first calling him out here on SM on his bullshit, while most people who tried out his writeups (as i did after my first few trials) doubted their own skills before even considering to question the legitimacy of such a Hive "legend's" work.

What a roller coaster ride of a story, quite worthy of at least a short film or a novel.

At least now i have closure and can finally understand why someone would post such misleading bullshit. Who would have thought!

Personal account on sting operation conducted by Barium in Thailand

[Edited on 23-9-2020 by stoichiometric_steve]
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[*] posted on 23-9-2020 at 14:03


Where have you read the bit about his wild ideas to bring down chemists?
I know he was a dirt bag, but I have no idea how much of a dirt bag actually.
That would be interesting to read up on.
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[*] posted on 23-9-2020 at 15:43


Above link, page 2, 2nd paragraph from bottom
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[*] posted on 23-9-2020 at 15:58


Oh just that short bit, might have overlooked it while reading it the first time: "They tell us that Lilius repeatedly come up with suggestions on what he can do in order for someone to be seized. His suggestions are not always in accordance with the law and they say no."

Hmm. Sounds like he even enjoyed it.
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[*] posted on 23-9-2020 at 16:55


What a piece of shit.....that poor guy in Thailand.
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[*] posted on 25-9-2020 at 21:05


Just a question. Where did you learn that Barium is Thomas Lilius? It doesn't say so in the linked article, unless I missed it.
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