Spoofed Banks and Ohio Chain Now Pleads
Guilty With Yoruba Interpreter in SDNY
Russell Lee, Patreon
UK - Honduras
Nov 19 – Alade Kazeem
Sodiq, with a Yoruba
interpreter, pleaded guilty on
November 19 to having
He was able to
make banks believe that his
phone calls came from the
numbers that other customers
had on file, then got debit
cards. Among the victims was
an Ohio restaurant chain, for
Court for the Southern
District of New York Judge
Katherine Polk Failla held the
change of plea proceeding.
Inner City Press covered it.
Sodiq's co-defendant Abdulai
Kennedy Saaka was sentenced to
32 months last month. Sodiq
will be sentenced on April 7.
The case is US v.
Sodiq, 19-cr-462 (Failla)
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