So sad:Hushpuppi makes first court appearance in the U.S., faces up to 20 years jail term

Alleged internet fraudster, Ramon Abbas a.k.a. Ray Hushpuppi has been charged to court today, July 3rd, and faces up to 20 years jail term.

According to a complaint on the U.S. Government’s DepartMent of justice websiteHushpuppi who arrived in Chicago on Thursday evening after being expelled from the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has made his first court appearance this morning, and is expected to be transferred to Los Angeles in the coming weeks.

If convicted of conspiracy to engage in money laundering, Hushpuppi would face a statutory maximum sentence of 20 years in federal prison.

The FBI’s investigation has revealed that Hushpuppi finances his opulent lifestyle through crime, and that he is one of the leaders of a transnational network that facilitates computer intrusions, fraudulent schemes (including BEC schemes), and money laundering, targeting victims around the world in schemes designed to steal hundreds of millions of dollars.

14 thoughts on “So sad:Hushpuppi makes first court appearance in the U.S., faces up to 20 years jail term

  1. Wow…20yrs that’s huge ooh
    Isn’t it better to just recruit him n one of the Foreign agents like hitman or James Bond them for private investigations even CIA, FBI than making him n one place to grow old there….

  2. The wages of what we do is surely waiting for everyone. Live according to what you feel is good

  3. First Court appearance…..that is deep…..just hope those white will not treat him bad…..

  4. I like the fact he was arrested by the INTERPOL not some people here. I didn’t mention anyone’s name

  5. This is really saddening.for Cyber crime..20 years is the appropriate time.cause they do take those crimes serious

  6. This is quite terrible but there’s a saying that as you lay your bed so you lay on it

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