Wednesday, August 31, 2005

New charges in ChoicePoint case

A grand jury in Los Angeles has returned a new indictment against Olatunji Oluwatosin, charging the man with twenty-two counts of identity theft and other miscellaneous crimes in connection with the very high profile ChoicePoint breach. This indictment replaces the previous one, which included only four counts of identity theft. In February, Oluwatosin pleaded "no contest" to one charge of identity theft and is presently serving a sixteen month sentence.

More info: New charges in ChoicePoint identity theft case - Consumer Security -

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