UK's worst spammer loses appeal

Friday, 29 September 2006, 12:59 AM EST

The UK's biggest spammer, convicted on a variety of charges ranging from fraud and blackmail to making threats to kill and sentenced to six years imprisonment, has failed in an appeal court bid to quash two of his convictions.

Peter Francis-Macrae, 24, of St Neots, Cambs, argued that two of his convictions - involving concealing criminal property and fraud - were unsafe.

At The Register.

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