Fraud Mastermind Nabbed Courtesy of Facebook

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One month ago, Maxi Sopo was a free man, resting deep within the embrace of ...

One month ago, Maxi Sopo was a free man, resting deep within the embrace of hedonistic wiles. Now, he is probably resisting the aggressively persistent embrace of “Big” Bubba from cell block D, as federal authorities have finally apprehended the flighty criminal.

All thanks to the social networking behemoth known as Facebook.

Federal authorities claim the 26-year-old Cameroonian withdrew over $200,000 from several banks and credit unions in the Seattle area by way of fallacy-laced persuasive methods.

After hearing that law enforcement was closing in on him, the sly thief fled the U.S., opting to take residence in one of Mexico's premiere tourist locations.

Federal agents combed cyber space in an attempt to find info on Sopo with each search ending to no avail, that is, until the evasive bandit got cocky.

"He was making posts about how beautiful life is and how he was having a good time with his buddies,” remarked Michael Scoville, the U.S. Assistant Attorney that assisted in nabbing the new age robber. "He was definitely not living the way we wanted him to be living, given the charges he was facing."

Secret Service agent Seth Reeg found Sopo on the popular web destination boasting of “living in paradise” and loving it, even posting an inspirational note designed to enlighten the masses.

"LIFE IS VERY SIMPLE REALLY!!!BUT SOME OF US HUMANS MAKE A MESS OF IT...REMEMBER AM JUST HERE TO HAVE FUN PARTEEEEEEE."

Unbeknownst to the party-hopping fugitive, a new acquaintance that he met at a local club was also a member of the U.S. Justice Department, whom stateside officials contacted to help capture the former nightclub rose salesman.

When convicted, this moron could face up to 30 years in prison.

Now that is a whole heap o' man-love embracement time!

One month ago, Maxi Sopo was a free man, resting deep within the embrace of hedonistic wiles. Now, he is probably resisting the aggressively persistent embrace of “Big” Bubba from cell block D, as federal authorities have finally apprehended the flighty criminal.

All thanks to the social networking behemoth known as Facebook.

Federal authorities claim the 26-year-old Cameroonian withdrew over $200,000 from several banks and credit unions in the Seattle area by way of fallacy-laced persuasive methods.

After hearing that law enforcement was closing in on him, the sly thief fled the U.S., opting to take residence in one of Mexico's premiere tourist locations.

Federal agents combed cyber space in an attempt to find info on Sopo with each search ending to no avail, that is, until the evasive bandit got cocky.

"He was making posts about how beautiful life is and how he was having a good time with his buddies,” remarked Michael Scoville, the U.S. Assistant Attorney that assisted in nabbing the new age robber. "He was definitely not living the way we wanted him to be living, given the charges he was facing."

Secret Service agent Seth Reeg found Sopo on the popular web destination boasting of “living in paradise” and loving it, even posting an inspirational note designed to enlighten the masses.

"LIFE IS VERY SIMPLE REALLY!!!BUT SOME OF US HUMANS MAKE A MESS OF IT...REMEMBER AM JUST HERE TO HAVE FUN PARTEEEEEEE."

Unbeknownst to the party-hopping fugitive, a new acquaintance that he met at a local club was also a member of the U.S. Justice Department, whom stateside officials contacted to help capture the former nightclub rose salesman.

When convicted, this moron could face up to 30 years in prison.

Man-Love 1Now that is a whole heap o' man-love "embracement" time!

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