Former Maryland inmate sentenced to 5 years for credit card fraud involving Bitcoin, dark web
If you’re already in jail or prison, is the threat of more jail or prison even a deterrent? It didn’t seem to be in this case.
ABC News reports:
Abraham Oliver, 26, a former inmate in the Montgomery County Department of Corrections, was sentenced to 61 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and for aggravated identity theft while he was incarcerated.
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