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Eight of the residents of South Carolina’s prisons, of which three Bloods-gang-members – charged-in a “sextortion ring that is at least $144,000, consisting of the solicitation of hush money to the victims, federal officials say.
Federal prosecutors say eight of the prisoners facing a military-men-dating-apps with the help of a mobile phone with internet connectivity, which had been smuggled into the prison.
Eight of the inmates in South Carolina prisons, have been charged in connection with a “sextortion ring, federal prosecutors say.
The prisoners, like women and sent naked pictures of the victims, the prosecutors say. She would just have to pretend to be the father of a minor girl and threatening to call the cops and blame the victims for requests for photos of minors, the court filings say.
In a complaint filed in a Florence federal court, accusing the eight men of the state, more than 70 are “fraudulent transfers” of its targets, Columbia’s The State newspaper reported on Monday.
At least the other people who have been charged and several others have pleaded guilty for their involvement in a scheme that defrauded more than 400 members of the military, prosecutors say. All In all, the scheme netted about $an area of 560,000 is for eight inmates and their associates outside the prison.
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Of the eight men were charged, two were convicted of murder, and a third party will be guilty of assault and armed robbery, the court filings say.
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Charge of money laundering carries a maximum prison term of 20 years, while wire fraud carries a prison sentence of up to ten years in prison.