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Turkish Hacker Gets Sentenced To 334 Years In Prison

Why can’t they say for life instead of 334 years?
A 26-year-old Turkish man by name Onur Kopçak has been sentenced to 134 years in prison, along with the 199-year sentence he received in 2013.
I know you are wondering what poor Onur Kopçak did. Well, he was involved in a phishing scam where he created fake websites that impersonated banks in other to steal people’s banking details, not poor again, right?


Hacker Gets Sentenced To 334 years in prison

His first sentence came after complaints from 43 bank customers, the Turkish law authorities then charged Kopçak with:
  • Identity fraud
  • Website forgery
  • Access device fraud
  • Wire fraud…

The not so surprising thing is that our 26-year-old hacker is not appealing. According to him:

The aimed gain in giving astronomical lengths of prison terms is a mystery. I have never deserved the sentence but I’m not appealing it since I believe that there would be no resolution based on the current laws.” he said, according to Today’s Zaman.
“You saw me only for one time on the video call system and sentenced me to 135 years in prison. If asked, you would not even remember my skin color.”

Only God knows the number of families he must have ruined,
Say no to Hacking today.


7 comments on “Turkish Hacker Gets Sentenced To 334 Years In Prison

  1. micheal adeniji says:

    #Say No 2 Hacking

  2. Usman Umar says:

    #Innocent face #notinnocentheart but this guy get mind O

  3. Ehis says:

    Poor fella… How will he now enjoy the money moved, smh

  4. KingAbsolute says:

    I feel bad for the path he chose for his talent.

  5. Joshua says:

    too bad

  6. Promise says:

    Say YES to hacking…It pays wella. Facebook, Telegram, and others pay people to try to hack them and that is serious cash

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