Cybercrook Louis Meza’s daring $1.8 million crypto heist faces a jail term of 25 years, along with his accomplices.
Meza, aged 35, planned the grand heist along with three other people he recruited. He had enlisted a church worker, Allan Nunez, 36 a church worker and Cesar Guzman, aged 38, a para official from the Education Department.
Guzman also recruited a co-member, Colon, at his local motorcycle club, to pull-off $1.8 million crypto heist.
Ether Currency Heist
The heist planned by Meza involved the kidnapping of an Ether currency victim. First, Meza set up a meeting with the victim, and at the end, he traveled by a hail-taxi to return home. In the process, he called Nunez, who pretended to be the taxi-driver, while hitman Colon, lay hidden in the back of the car along with a lethal BB gun.
When the victim entered the vehicle, Colon used ...
Crypto Robbery: Louis Meza to Face a Jail Term of 25 Years