Asia continues to be the stomping ground of the most anti-social white men in the world – leaving behind high risk Eurasian children who self identify as Asian. Unless someone else has an explanation what to do with the high number of half-Asian children born to rejected, hyper racist, hyper-asocial White males who use Asia as a last resort for their masculinity.
Because HalfAsian.org doesn’t.
MONTREAL — As a child, Alexandre Cazes excelled in school and had a knack for computers. He was only 17 when he registered his first company, EBX Technologies, in Trois-Rivières, Que., producing software and designing websites for local businesses, including restaurants and a hair-transplant clinic.
But since moving to Thailand roughly four years ago, authorities allege Cazes had put his programming skills to darker uses, playing a central role in creating the illicit online marketplace AlphaBay, a forum for trade in narcotics, weapons and stolen personal information.
Cazes, 25, was arrested in Thailand at the request of U.S. authorities on July 5, the same day RCMP led an operation to seize computers and servers at addresses in Trois-Riviéres, including his mother’s. Family members were also questioned by police.
A week later, Cazes was found dead in the Bangkok jail cell where he was being held pending extradition to the United States. Thai police said he had hanged himself with a towel, according to a report in the Bangkok Post.
The news has shocked his family in Trois-Rivières, who knew he had amassed a fortune in Thailand but believed that it came from shrewd investments and trading in the online currency Bitcoin. His mother has flown to Thailand to identify the body and make funeral arrangements. Cazes was married to a Thai and they were expecting their first child next month.
His father, Martin Cazes, declined comment Tuesday, saying only that there were developments in the investigation and he wanted to wait until the situation was clear.
In an interview Friday with local radio station 106.9 FM, he described his son as a gentle introvert who steered clear of trouble. “He never had a criminal record. He never smoked a cigarette, never took drugs,” Cazes said. “He was someone who never insulted anyone.”
He said Alex, as he was known, “was definitely a computer genius.” The father said he was questioned by RCMP and FBI investigators, and their questions led him to conclude they believe his son was closely connected to the founder of AlphaBay, known by his online name Alpha02.
“Did someone approach him to create a market? Maybe yes, maybe no,” he said. “Maybe my son really created the program. Was he somehow forced to do it? I don’t know.”