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    Linux Enthusiast cousinlucky's Avatar
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    Please, Burn Him at the Stake!!


    Yes, I know that is called " Cruel and Unusual " punishment but some people do things to other people that makes my blood really boil!!

    This guy ( as far as I am concerned ) should be beheaded!!!

    A 23-year-old Russian man who has been called the "King of Spam" by investigators was arraigned Friday morning in Milwaukee and is being held without bail on federal charges.

    Alleged King of Spam Oleg Nikolaenko Pleads Not Guilty - ABC News
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    Not knowing all the details (American News). I hafta presume innocent till proven guilty. Kinda like a sex offender wiki links founder.
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    The F.B.I. caught up with him by following the money!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    The F.B.I. caught up with him by following the money!!

    Oleg Nikolaenko - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    I, personally, find much more objectionable

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    It makes no difference how they caught him or what he did. He can only be punished as prescribed by current law, and then only after being found guilty in a trial. If the government ever becomes able to punish anyone however the villagers want, without a trial, then god help us all. The republic is gone, and 1984 is here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sgosnell View Post
    It makes no difference how they caught him or what he did. He can only be punished as prescribed by current law, and then only after being found guilty in a trial. If the government ever becomes able to punish anyone however the villagers want, without a trial, then god help us all. The republic is gone, and 1984 is here.
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    Spam, spam, spam, spam, scrambled eggs and spam! Nah, don't behead the bugger. Just tie him down in front of a TV with nothing on but FOX news and all their talking headless twits for about 20 years! That is MUCH crueler punishment, IMHO...
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    I recently got an email from a guy I had not heard from in a long time but there wasn't much of a message but a link that contained a " work at home from your computer scam "!

    I asked him what happened and he said his computer, like a lot of AOL customers,
    got infected with a keylogger virus. I told him it is time he switched to Linux.

    The link was this: http://zedogiki.110mb.com/bolibeqy.html
    Which invites you to make thousands of dollars at home with your computer.
    If anyone knows how to crash the website; the world would be quite grateful!

    I just detest spammers!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cousinlucky View Post
    I recently got an email from a guy I had not heard from in a long time but there wasn't much of a message but a link that contained a " work at home from your computer scam "!

    I asked him what happened and he said his computer, like a lot of AOL customers,
    got infected with a keylogger virus. I told him it is time he switched to Linux.

    The link was this: http://zedogiki.110mb.com/bolibeqy.html
    Which invites you to make thousands of dollars at home with your computer.
    If anyone knows how to crash the website; the world would be quite grateful!

    I just detest spammers!!
    Lucky, have I got a "deal" for you! Since you just won the Fort Apache lottery, we have a zillion $emolians waiting to transfer to your account immediately. Just send your bank account and routing numbers, your Social Security Number, and the name of your first pet and we will make sure you get yours right away!
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    The sad thing is that there are people sitting safely in their homes falling
    prey to these online criminals!!
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