The report saying that Nigerian international fraudster, Ramos Abbas popularly known as Hushpuppi laundered $400,000 on Wednesday has been declared fake news

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This was confirmed by American cybercrime expert, Gary Warner who is also the Director of Research Computer Forensics at the University of Alabama.

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Gary revealed that the document which claimed that an alleged international Internet fraudster Ramon Abbas, aka, Hushpuppi, laundered $400,000 in prison was fake. He noted that the document was an edited version of a June 2020 affidavit.

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Warner disclosed this via his verified Twitter handle as he unleash that the new version of the document “was intended to get people to visit a scammer EIP website.”

Gary while replying to people that asked him if the laundered $400,000 was true revealed that the news is fake by saying…

“People are asking me if it is true that #Hushpuppi laundered $400,000 in #Stimulus cards from in prison.

The document they show is an edit of a June 2020 Affidavit. The new version is fake, intended to get people to visit a scammer EIP website.”

See his post below…

This is just after a purported document, which went viral on Thursday morning, showed that Hushpuppi, who was currently on trial, laundered $400,000 in prison.