Andrew John Innocenti, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation has, on Thursday, released documents revealing that Ramon Abbas, aka Huspuppi, committed a $400k fraud and money laundering crime from prison.
A joint effort of the FBI and other international security agencies arrested Hushpuppi over a $24million wire fraud on 28th July 2021. Pending his sentencing hearing on July 11th 2022, the United States District Court for the Central District of California has kept Hushpuppi at a US federal correctional facility.
The agent revealed that the documents submitted to the United States District Court of California detailed Hushpuppi’s involvement in the purchase and laundering of Economic Impact Payment debit cards illegally obtained from US citizens and residents.
What they are saying
United States authorities have said detainees like Hushpuppi have limited private access to phone, video internet usage and computer services. In the documents sent to the court, the FBI stated that Hushpuppi guided his accomplice AJ, in the complete execution of the fraud.
What does this mean?
If Hushpuppi is found guilty of these allegations and with other charges already leveled against him, he could receive a 30-year sentence or more as these allegations are federal crimes.