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Prisoner escapes by faking a bail letter 9/2/2015 •

Prisoner escapes by faking a bail letter

A witty scammer Neil Moore smoothly escaped from the London prison, deceiving the prison guards and the authorities of the colony.


Loss of a prisoner was discovered when lawyers came to prison to talk to the 28-year-old guy. It turned out that three days earlier Neil was released after a forged letter with an order to free him was delivered to the prison.

The man found a smartphone and registered a fake domain that was very similar to the one used by the judicial service. Then he sent an e-mail to prison with an order to have the convict released. The letter had a link to the fraud website, name of a detective-inspector responsible and information about the Royal Court.

After some time, Neil Moore gave himself up to the authorities and confessed of all his crimes, specifically of 8 acts of fraud.

The man was jailed after he received about 1.8 million pounds on a fake identity. Under the name of representatives of various banks he called commercial organizations, urging them to trust him with large sums. To make it sound convincing, he learned to mimic different male and female voices. By switching voices at the right time he made it seem that the phone was handed from one employee to another.

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Vasily Tchaikovsky
Vasily Tchaikovsky
jenious person,public should find the way to use his brain! not jailed it
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Aug 31, 2015 12:24AM
Jack Jordan
Jack Jordan
Genius
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Sep 2, 2015 8:42PM
tigerpetro
clever
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Sep 2, 2015 9:00PM
Derron Hines
Derron Hines
Smart guy
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Sep 2, 2015 9:02PM
Ian MacBrown
The Great Pretender...
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Sep 2, 2015 10:28PM
James Vetzel
James Vetzel
Works as "Self Employed (Member, US Congress) Fraudster".
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Sep 2, 2015 11:46PM
Karla Walker
Karla Walker
The smartest and the most intelligent ppl are jailed because they are just too dog gone smart for themselves! !!
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Sep 3, 2015 7:53AM
Rebecca Napper
Rebecca Napper
He should be employed by the government to assist in undercover or some aspect of espionage. What was he originally jailed for? If his only crimes were crimes of fraud or identity against large institutions then he appears to be NOT morally compromised. Could be rehabilitated and be given the opportunity to make restitution by using his brain for pisitive endeavor
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Sep 3, 2015 2:52PM
Wendie Jackson
Wendie Jackson
wow!!!!!!!
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Sep 4, 2015 12:34PM
James Rodgers
James Rodgers
must be a republlican
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Sep 7, 2015 9:32PM

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