Money Talks!!! U.S court dismisses fraud case against Hushpuppi’s co-defendant, Mr Woodberry

U.S court dismisses fraud case against Hushpuppi's co-defendant, Mr Woodberry

U.S court dismisses fraud case against Hushpuppi’s co-defendant || A US court has dismissed the fraud case against Olalekan Ponle a.k.a Mr Woodberry who has been arrested alongside Ramon Abbas a.k.a Hushpuppi.

Remember Woodberry was accused of tricking a Chicago corporation into sending $15.2 million in wire transfers. Investigators revealed that Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, New York and California-based businesses had also been victims of the scam.

He was detained in the UAE on June 10 following a raid by Dubai crime unit agents, and subsequently extradited to the U.S. on July 2nd.

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While Woodberry was charged by a grand jury on an eight-count charge of wire fraud, the U.S. government filed a motion on Monday, July 20th via its counsel, John R. Lausch, seeking the dismissal of the case against him without prejudice.


Lausch said;


“Counsel for the government has spoken with counsel for the defendant and defendant’s counsel has no objection to this motion. Respectfully submitted.”


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He added that the request was made in pursuant with Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure 48, which states that the government may, with leave of court, dismiss an indictment, information, or complaint.


A court order issued by Judge Robert W. Gettleman on Tuesday July 21, confirmed that the government’s motion to dismiss complaint without prejudice was granted.


Mr Gentleman said;


“Without objection the complaint against defendant Ponle is dismissed without prejudice. Motion presentment hearing set for 7/23/2020 is stricken.”


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Since Woodberry’s case was dismissed without prejudice, it is temporal as the prosecutor can refile the case within a certain period of time.


The probable causes of dismissal range from unavailability of sufficient evidence, an improper criminal complaint or charging document, to loss of evidence necessary to prove the defendant committed the crime.


SOURCE: Thatcelebrity.com  || U.S court dismisses fraud case against Hushpuppi’s co-defendant ||

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