Man Fakes LinkedIn Profile, Harms Someone, Goes to Prison
Sometimes the worst people do get identified, caught and punished
Wild story time: Christopher Kevin Morris, 45, earned a maximum sentence of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine for "creating a fake LinkedIn profile describing (his targeted person of abuse) as a child molester and rapist, sending emails to co-workers pretending to be a respected colleague alleging that the (targeted person) was a convicted child …
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