Stella Dimoko FBI Reportedly Links Hushpuppi With North Korean Cyber Bank Robbers


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Saturday, February 20, 2021

FBI Reportedly Links Hushpuppi With North Korean Cyber Bank Robbers

Nigerian Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, a.k.a Hushpuppi, now incarcerated in California as he awaits trial for cyber fraud has been linked by the FBI to North Korean hackers, said to be the biggest bank robbers in the world.

The Justice Department in a detailed statement released Friday, said Abbas took part in a “North Korean-perpetrated cyber-enabled heist from a Maltese bank in February 2019.”

His role was as a collaborator with a North Korean money launderer, Ghaleb Alaumary, based in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

The 37 year-old Alaumary was one of the people charged Friday by the FBI for many criminal schemes. The others are three North Koreans.

“Alaumary agreed to plead guilty to the charge, which was filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles on Nov. 17, 2020”, according to the statement.

“Alaumary was a prolific money launderer for hackers engaged in ATM cash-out schemes, cyber-enabled bank heists, business email compromise (BEC) schemes, and other online fraud schemes. Alaumary is also being prosecuted for his involvement in a separate BEC scheme by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Georgia.

“With respect to the North Korean co-conspirators’ activities, Alaumary organized teams of co-conspirators in the United States and Canada to launder millions of dollars obtained through ATM cash-out operations, including from BankIslami and a bank in India in 2018.

“Alaumary also conspired with Ramon Olorunwa Abbas, aka “Ray Hushpuppi,” and others to launder funds from a North Korean-perpetrated cyber-enabled heist from a Maltese bank in February 2019”.

Abbas already has a case of his own.

Last year, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles charged him in a separate case alleging that he conspired to launder hundreds of millions of dollars from BEC frauds and other scams.

In a July statement, the Justice Department referred to the Maltese bank attack as “a $14.7 million cyber-heist from a foreign financial institution.”

“Both the date and amount match that of the attack on Malta’s Bank of Valletta in February 2019”, reported Forbes.

Abbas, 38, was arrested in Dubai in 2020 and arrived in the U.S. same year on July 3 to face criminal charges over allegations that he made “hundreds of millions of dollars” from business email compromise frauds and other scams.

His trial was to have commenced late last year, but was delayed by the COVID-19 pandemic.
from pmnewsnigeria

Oh Dear!!


  1. This guy isn't smart at all, you dey steal like this come get mind to dey flunt wealth and dey diss and abuse people on top. I wonder how many years he will be given to.

  2. Nawao more wahala loading but wait ooo shey no be the North Korea wey their small stout of a president hold hostage, so them too de do Yahoo too.

  3. North Korea ke? Wahala for any bicycle wey wan overtake trailer

    1. Anonymous 10:43, you cracked me up πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  4. Can this guy ever come out? Okwu agwugoooo. Go well Hushhh

  5. This guy go hear am wella. One of criminals intimidating those hustling genuinely . God don expose you

  6. Wahala Don tie wrapper 😯😯😯😯😯

  7. All the whole cases in the world will be linked to hushpuppi! Wahala be like wheel Barrow e no dey finish.

  8. North koreans that's easily execute a man for stealing a hanging banner, yet they're involved in cyber crime...

  9. Foolish dude, why not lay low when you know your hands are not clean

  10. I don’t understand lay low comments. Either you lay low or not, they will still catch you. If you are in the big league, they will catch you


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