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Spam Crime The Courts IT Your Rights Online

A Spamming Attorney Gets Sentenced To 40 Months 131

Posted by timothy
from the should-have-to-pay-rent dept.
www.sorehands.com writes "While one spammer, Robert Soloway, gets released on probation, the Feds send another, Robert Smoley, to the slammer for 40 months. I know about Smoley because I tracked him down, and beat him in court. Not only was he an attorney, he still has not lost his license, yet. The IRS contacted me as a result of seeing my web site, and I gladly assisted the IRS in tracking his business. He not only bounced a check on me, but stiffed his local counsel and one of his ISPs."
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A Spamming Attorney Gets Sentenced To 40 Months

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