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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    The list keeps changing as the hacker keeps adding sites to replace the ones that have been removed. I contacted both sponsor and non-sponsor programs. Please let me know if any updates need to be made and if you have some on your list that you need me to contact.
    Thank you for the summary of the situation and confirmation of actions taken by the GPWA and sponsors.
    It is good to know that there has been some action - even if it's slower than we'd like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Affiliates United was very cooperative. They were prompt to reply to me and with immediate effect stopped the campaign and asked for all of their material to be removed from the hackers site. Attacking Affiliates United for pausing the campaign instead of terminating is just a matter of semantics. Bottom line the hacker is not promoting them. If AU reactivated the campaign then I could understand your issue with them, but right now I want to thank them for addressing the issue and taking action.
    I have seen them on other sites I've also reported here a little earlier in a post Anthony. A russian site exactly like the verifiedcasinos case. Exactly the same.

    I wish someone would stand up for me as much as that is been done for 'platinum sponsors' I'm about to go broke over all of it.

    No **** is given. None.

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    Thanks for that list Anthony - that's really useful to me!

    Given that some programs still feel there's insufficient proof of hacking, I've done the only logical thing and contacted some of the affected website's owners to confirm whether these pages were authorised content on their sites or the result of illegal access to their servers. I've had two responses so far which have been posted up of AGD - http://www.affiliateguarddog.com/com...56/#post-53213 - both have confirmed that this is unauthorized content on their domains. At this point I think it's completely unreasonable for any program to continue to work with this individual. I'll post further responses as they come in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Affiliates United was very cooperative. They were prompt to reply to me and with immediate effect stopped the campaign and asked for all of their material to be removed from the hackers site. Attacking Affiliates United for pausing the campaign instead of terminating is just a matter of semantics. Bottom line the hacker is not promoting them. If AU reactivated the campaign then I could understand your issue with them, but right now I want to thank them for addressing the issue and taking action.
    "If AU reactivated the campaign then I could understand your issue with"

    The problem is, that -if this will happen- no one will be informed about it. A fresh tracking link, and ...

    So it's a simple fact, that public statement are the only source of thoughts. And if a program don't terminate the cooperation with a criminal and let the door open to work with a criminal somewhere in the far future, which is also a proven fact, because the public representative wrote what he have wrote and nothing else (!), so this is a) totally unprofessional of b) he knows EXACTLY, what he is writing.

    It's no secret, that Affiliates United is the worst Platinum sponsor of this forum. Every one is free to scroll through the area, and how tricky and arrogant webmaster complaints are wiped away.

    So if the worst Platinum sponsor of GPWA with the most tricky and arrogant statement regarding issues write black on white, that they [only] "paused" the cooperation with a criminal and [only] for the "near future", then you can call it a matter of semantic. I call it an very interesting memorandum for a clear and financially independent (!) mind.

    -If I am right, latest through antihacker GPWA staff have the identity of the criminal. Simple question: When and if not why the police or FBI was informed through GPWA to protect the members (=webmaster), if it's right, that the criminal is an American citizen?

    -Why we all still are waiting of the name and shame of the program who have given the criminal antihacker's identity or missed I something or is this story not correct?


    And sorry, but after so many weeks the result is a list? That's all? GPWa is a money machine, but primarily for GPWA. That is o.k. as long as in crises like this GPWA will do more for the members then only administrate the suffer.

    If I read on the list ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony
    Programs that have been contacted and are investigating:

    AffEurope
    Prime Gaming
    AffiliStars
    "are investigating"

    Investigating what?

    Didn't you told them, that it's a criminal act and that they are earning day by day money of criminal origin???

    If I read statement from AffEurope in AGD, that they are searching still for proofs, that this is really a crime, what kind of mocking honest working webmaster is this?

    Contacted and are investigating...

    A member of AGD have written the right question, the question, if they are living in a cave.

    And I find it very strange, that GPWA staff didn't wrote all the weeks one single word to AffPower, who are really working hand in hand with the criminal without any doubts, and the representative of AffPower is still able to use this forum.

    If hundreds of websites of Casino City would be hacked, how long would it take to call FBI and do other very important steps?

    Also ... weeks?


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    I'm with Leopold and antihacker and many others in that I am extremely disappointed that more is not being done by GPWA to pressure affiliate programs... GPWA SPONSOR affiliate programs from doing what is right here.

    I personally do not require the intimate details of each action. I do need to HEAR action is being taken behind the scenes (a dialogue with sponsors by GPWA staff). I need to SEE progress is being made (programs no longer displaying on the hacked/hackers sites), and I need to feel confident that someone within GPWA and/or the sponsor affiliate programs have contacted authorities on this matter.

    So far, I've personally not had enough of the above to make me feel comfortable that this matter is being given much attention by the right people. Let me be clear - there's enough money to be made in various ways within this industry by doing business with the right people and by doing right yourself. Action and follow-thru needs to come from a certain person above Anthony's pay grade on this matter and by action, I do not mean a public relations move designed to "let" people feel good and move on. Prompt action, and genuine follow through is the call of the day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Affiliates United was very cooperative. They were prompt to reply to me and with immediate effect stopped the campaign and asked for all of their material to be removed from the hackers site. Attacking Affiliates United for pausing the campaign instead of terminating is just a matter of semantics. Bottom line the hacker is not promoting them. If AU reactivated the campaign then I could understand your issue with them, but right now I want to thank them for addressing the issue and taking action.
    This is what you get if you pay as platinum sponsor. Should I have first gone for a paid membership too to get some attention?

    Please Anthony.. This is too obvious. It looks to me you are being told to write this. We won't ever find out.

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    FYI......Buffalo Partners (Referback) from a post at AGD (xxxhttp://www.affiliateguarddog.com/community/threads/buffalopartners-support-internet-crime.7967/#post-53223)

    Hi,

    This is an issue that we take very seriously. By no means do we support or condone hacking in any form.

    We have closed the account in question, and the affiliate will not be earning commission from any traffic sent.

    This has been communicated to the affiliate and we expect for all links to our casinos to be taken down ASAP.

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post

    Programs that stopped working with the hacker:
    BGO
    Paddy Power
    Betfair
    Ace Revenue
    William HIll
    Europartners
    Star Games
    Fortune Affiliates (asked to be removed through an affiliate network arrangement)

    Programs that have been contacted and are investigating:
    AffEurope
    Prime Gaming
    AffiliStars

    Other:
    AffPower. Continues to work with hacker after discussions. Feels since their agreement is for a PPC campaign and they could not see any other traffic delivered there was no reason to terminate agreement. https://www.gpwa.org/forum/affpower-...tml#post765831
    iAffiliates waiting to hear back from
    Affactive, they said in August they terminated there agreement with the hacker, but the sites are still listed.
    888.com waiting to hear back from
    I'm interested in knowing what "affiliate network" Fortune Affiliates was referring to. Anthony, do you have any further information on that?

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    Updated list, changes are in blue

    Programs that stopped working with the hacker:
    BGO
    Paddy Power
    Betfair
    Ace Revenue
    William HIll
    Europartners
    Star Games
    Fortune Affiliates (Shay, Fortune was not directly working with the hacker. He was signed up to promote Fortune through an affiliate network. So Fortune had to let the network know they did not want this person promoting their brands.)
    Affactive - From original list that are no longer on the site
    Revenue Jet
    - did not receive reply from message, but no longer on the site
    Coral - From original list, are no longer on the site
    Mr Green - From original list, are no longer on the site


    Programs that are communicating.
    Prime Gaming - I received this from Prime today: "We are totally agree to follow the ethic codes of the industry and will not take any part in piracy affiliation." Once the sites are removed I will add Prime to the not working with list.
    AffiliStars - My mail contact Ela is no longer there, hence the delay in their reply. I have connected with Ela's replacement today and she will get back with me shortly.

    Buffalo Partners - Has closed the affiliate's account and requested their sites be removed. Once the sites are removed I will add Buffalo to the not working with list.

    Other:
    AffPower. Continues to work with hacker after discussions. Feels since their agreement is for a PPC campaign and they could not see any other traffic delivered there was no reason to terminate agreement. https://www.gpwa.org/forum/affpower-p...tml#post765831 We do have a meeting scheduled with AffPower at BAC.
    iAffiliates They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.
    888.com They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.
    AffEurope - They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.


    I checked the site from various IP's and this is the list of sites currently on verifiedcasinos.com. If anyone can see different sites listed please let me know.

    Cosmik
    Casino Midas
    City Club
    888
    Spin Palace
    Casino.com
    Mega Casino
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    First let me express how shocked I am about the way some programs behave no wonder people tell us how criminal and bad this industry really is in their perception.

    Hats off for those programs that have responded instantly, work according ethical standards and never have and will work with RU spammers ; how easy is to detect that now really ??!!

    Those programs that continue to work with these criminals should never be able to set one foot in any conference and if they (e.g. Affpower) do I would call the cops to arrest them for being an accomplice to cyber crime.

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    I have been informed that the hacker has started another network separate from verifiedcasinos. I will begin working on letting programs know so they can look out for him trying to sign up again. I am sure there will be a new list of sites associated. I will be posting updates for that as well.
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    This whole "it's a PPC campaign so doesn't fall under the same terms" is just BS.

    It doesn't matter if you are paying the affiliate per click, per signup or rev-share, if the affiliate is using unethical manners to generate the traffic, it is still unethical traffic.

    I wonder how they would feel if suddenly hidden pages they did not know about started showing up in the SERPS with links pointing to their competitors. Would they suddenly feel the affiliate doing it was generating unethical traffic? But don;t worry, if it DOES happen to them, I am sure the affiliate would only be selling ppc traffic so no big deal that it is coming from stolen bandwith on pages from compromised servers that the website owners did NOT authorize.

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    Hi man, by digiting in Google 'online casinos elite', i see many links like these: musicalbingo.co.uk/online-casinos-elite[dot]html - wmski[dot]com/online-casinos-elite.html - boysandmenofcolor[dot]org/online-casinos-elite.html and tons more (using the name of my site) to invade the serp .. the pages are all iframes that point to different pages, it looks very closely to the case reported by you .. still no answer from Google; please someone could investigate?
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    It's incredible! And there still has affiliations working with these people !!!
    Thank you Anthony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Updated list, changes are in blue

    Programs that stopped working with the hacker:
    BGO
    Paddy Power
    Betfair
    Ace Revenue
    William HIll
    Europartners
    Star Games
    Fortune Affiliates (Shay, Fortune was not directly working with the hacker. He was signed up to promote Fortune through an affiliate network. So Fortune had to let the network know they did not want this person promoting their brands.)
    Affactive - From original list that are no longer on the site
    Revenue Jet
    - did not receive reply from message, but no longer on the site
    Coral - From original list, are no longer on the site
    Mr Green - From original list, are no longer on the site


    Programs that are communicating.
    Prime Gaming - I received this from Prime today: "We are totally agree to follow the ethic codes of the industry and will not take any part in piracy affiliation." Once the sites are removed I will add Prime to the not working with list.
    AffiliStars - My mail contact Ela is no longer there, hence the delay in their reply. I have connected with Ela's replacement today and she will get back with me shortly.

    Buffalo Partners - Has closed the affiliate's account and requested their sites be removed. Once the sites are removed I will add Buffalo to the not working with list.

    Other:
    AffPower. Continues to work with hacker after discussions. Feels since their agreement is for a PPC campaign and they could not see any other traffic delivered there was no reason to terminate agreement. https://www.gpwa.org/forum/affpower-p...tml#post765831 We do have a meeting scheduled with AffPower at BAC.
    iAffiliates They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.
    888.com They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.
    AffEurope - They well be attending BAC, I will talk to them in person.


    I checked the site from various IP's and this is the list of sites currently on verifiedcasinos.com. If anyone can see different sites listed please let me know.

    Cosmik
    Casino Midas
    City Club
    888
    Spin Palace
    Casino.com
    Mega Casino
    Finally. A good bit of success. This is the 'thank you' I was hoping for.

    See how nice this feels: Thank you all!

    At least my sacrifice was / is / has been worth it to see that we're getting somewhere. I'm still at loss, but at least, it was not for nothing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lunaraurora View Post
    Hi man, by digiting in Google 'online casinos elite', i see many links like these: musicalbingo.co.uk/online-casinos-elite[dot]html - wmski[dot]com/online-casinos-elite.html - boysandmenofcolor[dot]org/online-casinos-elite.html and tons more (using the name of my site) to invade the serp .. the pages are all iframes that point to different pages, it looks very closely to the case reported by you .. still no answer from Google; please someone could investigate?
    I feel for you, however, I hope you don't mind me saying that I think your request is a tiny bit selfish.. Where were you when this thread was initially posted? Did you actively help getting rid of the problem? I did not see you until you found out that your site is being used. Now you ask if someone can investigate? If anyone else has problems, then who cares, but if people themselves get in problems all need to help, right?

    Forgive me for saying this, and if I am wrong then I apologize. But I did not find a post from you until this one..
    __________
    End rant.

    I've done a bit of sniffing for you:

    The only thing you can do is report this. To Google (as you say you've done) - Do this hourly if you have to.

    Then, perhaps more important / effective:

    Contact affactive ASAP report this, and tell them to ban this affiliate or affiliates. (Although I am not 100% sure it will help, since Clara told me that the original verifiedcasinos hacker was banned, however, their brands are still on the hacker's site. Those affiliate programs that DID ban him, are not there anymore. Not sure what conclusion to draw out of that...)

    wmski. com/online-casinos-elite. html - www. winpalace.im/?affid=47719

    musicalbingo.co. uk/online-casinos-elite. html - www. winpalace.im/?affid=47719

    So, we are talking about the same affiliate here...

    Different servers/ hosters/ registrars - domain name owners (who.is) but the same affiliate...

    Then, find out the originating website, and complain to his webhost. As a matter of fact, I've done that for you:

    The domain allblog. com. ua/ seems to be hosted with

    www. voxility. com/

    Address: 580 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94104, United States

    Phone:(703) 888-5811

    You should call them and vent your displease. Provide them with proof. They might just do something for you but, more than likely wont.

    Then the person who owns this domain:

    I think the who.is is a false who.is, but hey..

    % Registrant:
    % ===========
    contact-id: uans-00000719637
    person: Phill Smith
    e-mail: phillsmith9087dfdf34@ymail.com
    address: 2th street 16
    address: New York
    address: New Jersy
    postal-code: 12341
    country: US
    phone: +1.87398231
    mnt-by: ua.ukrnames
    status: ok
    status: linked
    created: 2013-07-04 10:50:45+03
    source: UAEPP


    % Administrative Contacts:
    % =======================
    contact-id: uans-00000719637
    person: Phill Smith
    e-mail: phillsmith9087dfdf34@ymail.com
    address: 2th street 16
    address: New York
    address: New Jersy
    postal-code: 12341
    country: US
    phone: +1.87398231
    mnt-by: ua.ukrnames
    status: ok
    status: linked
    created: 2013-07-04 10:50:45+03
    source: UAEPP


    % Technical Contacts:
    % ===================
    contact-id: uans-00000719637
    person: Phill Smith
    e-mail: phillsmith9087dfdf34@ymail.com
    address: 2th street 16
    address: New York
    address: New Jersy
    postal-code: 12341
    country: US
    phone: +1.87398231
    mnt-by: ua.ukrnames
    status: ok
    status: linked
    created: 2013-07-04 10:50:45+03
    source: UAEPP

    Then another originating website is all-products-dir. com/

    Billing Name: Alex
    Billing Organization: Dev
    Billing Address: Livetre
    Billing City: HongKong
    Billing Province/state: CQ
    Billing Country: CN
    Billing Postal Code: 48798
    Billing Phone: +86.7658790967
    Billing Phone EXT: +86.7658790967
    Billing Fax: +86.7658790967
    Billing Fax EXT: +86.7658790967
    Billing Email: isaiebridgran@gmail.com
    Billing Email EXT: isaiebridgran@gmail.com

    This site is hosted at:

    Swiftway.net: Dedicated Server | Unmanaged Dedicated ...
    www. swiftway. net/

    Again, call the hoster, tell them about your issue. Hopefully they will do something for you.

    And there are many more. This is also a rather large operation...

    So, I am afraid, there is not much you can do to save your own ass. However, thanks for reporting it for the sake of all of us.

    I have been pointed to sites like these before over the last few weeks. I do not think it is the same hacker, however, it is another hacker. With more sites - servers etc.

    Please be aware: It could however BE the same person with the difference that he has changed his ways a bit and covered his ass up better. So, it is all just guessing.

    With other words, it is time all affiliate programs include a BIG chapter in their TOS and rules and regulations that states hackers will be prosecuted and punished as much as possible. Not just banned. Being banned they laugh at. Being actually prosecuted etc. might scare them off.

    This whole thing is / is getting WAYYYY out of hand. Why? Because the aff programs let them.

    I'm afraid / sure this is only the tip of the iceberg.

    With all due respect to those who do not condone hackers etc. The thing is this: The affiliate programs are too soft on folks like these. It would be good to have all affiliates 'sign' a good behavior document before they sign up, and all existing ones too. In which they state not to conduct hacking and any other illegal practices. And, if they are caught, that they WILL be prosecuted and sued to bits. Put a penalty of $100,000 on their heads, of which 50% goes to the person who found the hacker. Simple.

    If this were the case right now, I would not be broke after losing my biz over all of this, but nearly as fortunate as all these hackers continue to be.

    On a more serious note: Time to take constructive actions / make big changes or, this will be a lost battle.

    Fine that there is hackers and black hat seo in the blue pill (viagra) industry, please let me know that all aff programs agree with me that that is NOT where we want to go.

    NO
    hackers allowed. Period.

    PREVENTION is better than curing.

    So, please dear affiliate programs, brainstorm on how you can PREVENT this type of behavior!!
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    I still think I have missed something. Please antihacker, can you in simple words tell me, why you websites were hacked and how were they destroyed?

    After I read all this it seems that the hacker used the old trick where websites with poor security allow redirects through the special parameter and those redirecting pages are filled with backlinks. This is well known blackhat technique. It can be called hacking, but for sure there is no breaking into servers etc.

    The protection against this is simply to set up proper rewriting rules of server.

    I am really a bit lost here. Pls clarify. Thx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sherlock View Post
    I still think I have missed something. Please antihacker, can you in simple words tell me, why you websites were hacked and how were they destroyed?

    After I read all this it seems that the hacker used the old trick where websites with poor security allow redirects through the special parameter and those redirecting pages are filled with backlinks. This is well known blackhat technique. It can be called hacking, but for sure there is no breaking into servers etc.

    The protection against this is simply to set up proper rewriting rules of server.

    I am really a bit lost here. Pls clarify. Thx.
    Sure,

    Why? Well, think about it. If you are a hacker who I expose, would you like me much? I assume not.

    After having been exposed with ALL my personal details (which one affiliate program shared with the hacker, or someone close to the hacker - all my details were posted here in the forum for anyone to see AND DO WITH AS THEY PLEASE), (God knows just who has my details now - including private details and bank details etc.) - there even were accounts opened here with my full name and surname to scare me off I'll have you know.

    How could an aff program share my details? There was ONE program (I work with myself as well) I contacted by my own name on skype about this hacker... Stupid me, I thought I could trust them. I clearly could not!

    This was part of this person's post here exposing me on the forum: (Who says he is an aff manager, but for sure is NOT)

    STOP THE HYPOCRICY! My program in general and me (Affiliate manager) are being blackmailed by this "antihacker" criminal. Having the leverage to get better deals or even "prepayment" (as he calls his blackmail money) for not showing us on this forum and even worst depicting himself here as a "Crusader". I don't want to waste time on this blackmailing evil inquisitor so I decided to share his full details, if he's really doing this for his "cause" (of making money) he wouldn't care about me sharing his real information here.

    Antihacker real details

    *** (Here he goes to expose all my private details which I will refrain from posting again if you don't mind)

    *** Then he lists several of my sites and continues with -

    P.S

    I would like to remind him that blackmailing is illegal in Portugal.
    P.P.S I hope this guy you're after uses this details to put your criminal a** in jail.
    P.P.P.S I know for a fact you're depositing your money in an offshore bank account to avoid paying tax (stealing from casinos, people and your country is probably the same for you).
    Continue this and i'll pesonally mail the bank details and information you've put into our affiliate program to the authorities!
    After this, most if not all of my domains were targeted with bad seo by the thousands per day. You know, countless links from porn sites and otherwise bad gibberish sites and the lot.

    Resulting in Google sending me numerous messages (1 per domain) containing the following:

    Title message: www.sitename dot com - Unnatural inbound links

    Message body:

    We've detected that some of the links pointing to your site are using techniques outside Google's Webmaster Guidelines.

    We don't want to put any trust in links that are unnatural or artificial, and we recommend removing any unnatural links to your site. However, we do realize that some links may be outside of your control. As a result, for this specific incident we are taking very targeted action to reduce trust in the unnatural links. If you are able to remove any of the links, you can submit a reconsideration request, including the actions that you took.

    If you have any questions, please visit our Webmaster Help Forum.
    You may not ever have had these things happening to you, but let me tell you: After getting these messages, your sites are practically doomed.

    All of these sites have been demoted by google to page 10000000000 of their results. If you consider that 100% of my income was due to SEO and Google rankings, you don't need to be a rocket scientist to see just how much damage it has done. I still have a few sites that (sort of) work for me, but 90% is foekd. I am afraid all other sites (not attacked yet) are simply sitting ducks, waiting to be targeted too.

    Besides that, one of my servers had been accessed and all sites were deleted. mostly non gambling sites... Did I have no back up? I hear you.. But, what good is a back up if someone who means bad, knows about all my sites? They can pick anyone and have a go at them. I basically need to start ALL OVER, under a new name, in order to not be targeted again.

    Who did it? Not sure. Was it the hacker? I truly don't have a clue. I couldn't tell you.. All access files had been wiped out. No trace.

    In answer to your question: Does the above clarify it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthony View Post
    Updated list, changes are in blue

    I checked the site from various IP's and this is the list of sites currently on verifiedcasinos. com. If anyone can see different sites listed please let me know.
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    coolcat casino
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    Quote Originally Posted by antihacker View Post
    In answer to your question: Does the above clarify it?
    Yes, it does, ty.

    I will not be smartassing here on forum, but I will send you one advice via PM.
    We are all bloodsucking ticks, hungry, devious
    each one latched on to the ass of the previous
    when the last and the first latch on it can be shown
    ass-blood sucked by the first from the last is his own

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