Again, US court Postpones sentencing cyber fraudster Hushpuppi, Fixes September 21 for


A United States Central District Court Judge Otis Wright in California has postponed Hushpuppi’s sentencing date for the second time on Tuesday. He fixed the sentencing of Nigerian fraudster Ramon Abass known as Hushpuppi to September 21.

“At the request of counsel, the Sentencing is CONTINUED to 9/21/2022 at 1:30 PM before Judge Otis D. Wright II, as to Defendant Ramon Olorunwa Abbas,” the court’s announcement made Junw 24 read.

Recall that Hushpuppi pleaded guilty in April 2021.

This was according to court documents by the United States Department of Justice (DoJ) to the multi-million-dollar fraud charges filed against him by the United States government.

A version of Hushpuppi’s plea agreement filed in June revealed his part in a school finance scheme, as well as several other cyber and business email compromise schemes that aggregately caused more than $24 million in losses.

He pleaded guilty to Count Two which is “Conspiracy to Engage in Money Laundering.”

With such an offence, Hushpuppi risks a maximum sentence of 20 years imprisonment among other punishments including full restitution, his plea agreement with the U.S. government states in part.

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