Re: Yet more evidence
Your post indicates a complete ignorance of the US and it's basic legal organization.
The US is a collection of states, much like the EU is a collection of small countries. Would you want Brussels to be able to tell Wales to do something because France wants it?
Our founding document, the Constitution, explicitly relegates all authority not specifically assigned to the Federal government to the individual states. It's the 10th Amendment.
In this case, you have a judge who didn't understand the extent of the warrant he was signing. And that is laid on the Fibbies whobasked for the warrant. Due diligence would require them to explain that until they have the IPs of the suspects, they have no clue what their geographical location is.
The only way they could have pulled this off is if the actual darknet site was hosted on a server in that judge's jurisdiction.