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Old 03-28-2015, 08:35 AM
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Wardens allowed Neil Moore to walk free from Wandsworth Prison based on bogus bail instructions from a fake e-mail address

A convicted fraudster used an "ingenious" escape plot to trick prison wardens into letting him go free, a court has heard.
Wandsworth inmate Neil Moore was on remand when he used an illicit mobile phone to create a fake email account.
He posed as a senior court clerk and sent bail instructions to prison staff, who released him on 10 March 2014.
His deception was uncovered when solicitors went to interview him three days later, only to find him gone.
Moore, 28, from Ilford, east London, handed himself in three days later.

Southwark Crown Court heard he had set up a fake web domain which closely resembled that of the court service's official address.
He then emailed the prison's custody inbox with instructions for his release.
The court heard Moore registered the bogus website in the name of investigating officer Det Insp Chris Soole, giving the address and contact details for the Royal Courts of Justice.
Prosecutor Ian Paton said: "A lot of criminal ingenuity harbours in the mind of Mr Moore. The case is one of extraordinary criminal inventiveness, deviousness and creativity, all apparently the developed expertise of this defendant".
The judge, Recorder David Hunt QC, described the behaviour as "ingenious" criminality.

Moore had previously used four different aliases to commit fraud worth £1,819,000 in total.
Posing as staff from Barclays Bank, Lloyds Bank, and Santander he managed to persuade large organisations to give him vast sums of money.
Sometimes he answered calls from victims using a man's voice and then pretended to transfer the call to a colleague before resuming the conversation in a woman's voice, the court heard earlier.
He was so convincing police initially co-charged his partner Kristen Moore with the deception. All charges against her have now been dropped.
Moore, who has pleaded guilty to eight counts of fraud and one count of escape from lawful custody, will be sentenced on 20 April.

http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-32095189


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That is a great looking building!! (Yes, that is my takeaway.)

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They didn't try to verify the sender's ID or anything, just trusted an email? Not even making sure it's the correct address? Wow, I can see how easily they were fooled when the inmate's plan was so "ingenious".

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They didn't try to verify the sender's ID or anything, just trusted an email? Not even making sure it's the correct address? Wow, I can see how easily they were fooled when the inmate's plan was so "ingenious".
You would be supprised. I had a job in a place that due to the nature of the company's had very strict entry rules alone, let alone approval of contracting work. I had a manager that got where he was by kissing arse and not working and would have to go back to him with work permits he had signed off - for people that sent him a email by mistake I shit you not.

you would get a work permit as thick as your hand that had been signed off by him. method statements he had not read, risk assesments not read. I had to go to him several times and say things like 'you have signed off on major work that affects (as a example) the spinkler system. We have a contractor who is in charge of that and this work is for the 9th floor, we only have 6! and the company wont even have anything to do with the building. For whatever reason they had his email address and mailed him by mistake.

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Ya gotta love how they cover for their own stupidity by describing this guy as a criminal mastermind.

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He's no Andy Dufresne, but I still got a chuckle out of this

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i respect and chuckle when i read about these kind of "ingenious" criminality. Way better than killing people when you're trying to escape.

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Oopps

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The prison is very awesome looking!!!

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