Baltimore already had a witness intimidation problem. Now it’s moved to extortion accounts on Instagram.

The person running the page with the most followers told The Sun in response to questions that it was not his intention to get anyone hurt, but to send a message about cooperating with law enforcement. “I have this thing that if you do dirt, you should take whatever come with it – no plea deal, no ‘I’ll give you this person if..’ None of that,” he wrote, even though some of the people featured on the page were crime victims identifying their attackers. The person said he does not take or request money for content on the page, although that could not be verified.

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