COLUMBIA— A New Jersey man plead guilty Tuesday in federal court to his role in a nationwide e-mail spamming case connected with two Missouri brothers, according to Beth Phillips, U.S. attorney for the Western District of Missouri. The Shah brothers are accused of sending millions of spam e-mail messages through the computer network at MU while Osmaan Shah was a student.
New Jersey man pleads guilty to spamming conspiracy involving MU networks
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