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A Georgia man agreed to plead guilty to federal racketeering charges associated with the so-called criminal enterprise that trafficked and manufactured stolen and counterfeit credit cards resulting in $50 million in losses globally.
The defendant, Cameron Harrison (also known as “Kilobit”), was not offered a plea deal but faces years behind bars when sentenced later this year in a Las Vegas federal court, according to court records unveiled Wednesday.
As many as 55 members of the group have been charged in the nation’s first case in which old-school racketeering laws were invoked against a cybercrime group. Eight others have pleaded guilty. Trial awaits some of them and many remain at large.
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