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Bind their kings in chains
« on: June 28, 2009, 12:01:06 AM »
Bind their kings in chains
         


<p>June looks like being a bad month for some of the big names in the world of spam. First to hit the news was Sanford Wallace, who may face criminal charges for spamming Facebook in defiance of a court-ordered injunction. Then, on Monday this week, Alan Ralsky pleaded guilty to charges of wire fraud, money laundering and violations of the CAN-SPAM Act in connection with a stock spam scheme. His son-in-law and three others also face heavy fines and possible jail sentences for their part in the scheme.</p>
<p>Finally, Tuesday saw the arrest of 'Cajun Spam King' Ronnie Scelson, who faces charges related to the forcible rape of one teenage girl and the molestation of a second. Scelson may also be charged with drug possession, while examination of computers seized from his home may lead to additional charges.</p>
         

http://www.spamnation.info/blog/archives/2009/06/spam-kings-in-trouble.html
         

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