Nigerian sentenced for email lottery scam

Feb 25, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Charlotte Observer

Lemt Okojie, 42, was sentenced in November to six years in prison, for his role in what the government says was an Internet fraud scheme.

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Heywood Jablomee

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Feb 26, 2011
 
This is what happens when you give a kaffir a computer!

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Feb 26, 2011
 
Waterboard him
Alvin

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Feb 27, 2011
 
Nigerians are the world champions when it comes to scams & fraud. Check this recent story from the uk.

"A Nigerian immigrant stole the identities of 350 people to claim 1.3million in bogus tax credits in the largest benefit scam of its kind.

Olaide Taiwo, 35, hijacked the identities while working as a security guard for a number of large national companies.

He then used the names to claim tens of thousands in working tax credits.

This week he was jailed for eight and a half years the highest ever sentence for tax credit fraud.

Taiwo is understood to have arrived illegally in Britain in 2003 with his wife. Although three applications to stay in the UK failed, in 2005 he was granted discretionary leave to remain."

http://benefitfraud.blogspot.com/2011/02/nige...

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Feb 27, 2011
 
Alvin wrote:
Nigerians are the world champions when it comes to scams & fraud. Check this recent story from the uk.
"A Nigerian immigrant stole the identities of 350 people to claim 1.3million in bogus tax credits in the largest benefit scam of its kind.
Olaide Taiwo, 35, hijacked the identities while working as a security guard for a number of large national companies.
He then used the names to claim tens of thousands in working tax credits.
This week he was jailed for eight and a half years the highest ever sentence for tax credit fraud.
Taiwo is understood to have arrived illegally in Britain in 2003 with his wife. Although three applications to stay in the UK failed, in 2005 he was granted discretionary leave to remain."
http://benefitfraud.blogspot.com/2011/02/nige...
I want to know where they bank their coin they robbed

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