what to do with the money
he should have used it to bribe *ahem* LOBBY senators and representatives to give him retroactive immunity. Works for all the OTHER scam artists in the telecom/network sector....
A former city contractor from New Jersey is pleading guilty to pilfering nearly $6.9m by exploiting Cisco's part replacement program. Cisco logo Michael Kyereme worked as a network troubleshooter for the city of Newark between 2002 and 2007. His job involved assisting city employees with IT troubles and ordering replacement …
The nature of the service agreement means the fraud is obviously going to come to light yet he runs up an amount that ensures he'll get fingered. I wonder just how long Cisco ignored the numerous missing returns before he reckoned scamming a quarter million piece of network gear wasn't *guaranteed* to send him to jail?
On that note, quarter million for an optical card? reminds me of the days when Quantel charged similar amounts for retouching workstations.
If you've stolen over $6million dollars, surely the first thing you do is go to Brazil, spend $25k on plastic surgery , another $25k on a new identity, $500k on a luxury beach apartment, $50k on a beach bar, $150k on a boat, stash the rest away in a Cayman account and live a life of utter bliss, chillin out with a hot Brazilian model !
Instead he chose to chill out with a cold piece of Cisco kit!
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