Hushpuppi’s friend, Woodberry, is scheduled to have his Disciplinary Hearing next month for the illegally obtained mobile phone on December 3rd, 2020.
This is a prison-based hearing, and further investigation to determine how the phone got into the prison is expected.
Furthermore, because evidence from the phone revealed Woodberry’s participation in a $2.1 million BEC fraud and the purchase of over $300,000 in hacked Bitcoin wallets from a Russian underground website, he is likely to face additional criminal charges in addition to those filed in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
Standard prison procedure is to confine the offender in solitary confinement until his disciplinary hearing, at which he will be required to answer questions.
The offender will be placed in solitary confinement until his disciplinary hearing, during which he will be required to explain how he came into possession of the phone.
His hearing could result in time being added to his sentence, loss of visitation privileges, loss of commissary privileges, loss of phone call privileges, and possibly a disciplinary transfer to another prison if it is suspected that it was brought into the prison by a member of staff.
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Ramon Abass, alias Hushpuppi, has asked for a new lawyer to handle his case after previously requesting to withdraw.
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