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Stupid U.S. Fugitive Busted After Bragging on Facebook!

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by The Scarlet Pimp, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. The Scarlet Pimp

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    Apr 2, 2008
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    U.S. Fugitive Busted Via Facebook:

    If you're going on the run from the law, it's probably a good idea to lay low and keep your mouth shut. It's a golden rule one U.S. fugitive should have tried to keep in mind when he decided to brag on his Facebook profile about his new life in Mexico.

    Maxi Sopo, wanted by U.S. police for bank fraud charges, led detectives right to him after adding status updates from Cancun declaring his new home to be like "living in paradise."

    Their job was made even easier when it emerged that Sopo had unwittingly added a former Justice Department official to his list of friends.


    Woman Sacked After Insulting Her Boss On Facebook:

    The full exchange of Facebook insults between a sacked worker and her boss emerged today.

    The woman was apparently fired after abusing her boss on the social networking site ? forgetting she had made him a ?friend?.

    The worker, known only as ?Lindsay?, updated her Facebook status with ?OMG I HATE MY JOB!! My boss is a total pervy w****r, always making me do s**t stuff just to p**s me off!! W****r!?

    Boss ?Brian? responded a few hours later, opening with: ?Hi Lindsay, I guess you forgot about adding me on here??

    He went on: ?Firstly, don't flatter yourself.

    Secondly, you've worked here five months and didn't work out that I'm gay? Thirdly, that 's**t stuff' is called your 'job', you know, what I pay you to do. But the fact that you seem to be able to f**k up the simplest of tasks might contribute to how you feel about it.

    [em]?And lastly, you also seem to have forgotten you have two weeks left on your six-month trial. Don't bother coming in tomorrow. I'll pop your P45 in the post and you can come in whenever you like to pick up any stuff you've left here. And yes, I'm serious.?[/em]

    Screen shots of the exchange, which appears to be genuine, were posted on social content websites ?Digg? and ?lamebook?, whose users highlight amusing finds from Facebook.