Spammer jailed for £1.6m net scam

Thursday, 17 November 2005, 10:22 AM EST

An internet spammer convicted of running a £1.6m e-mail scam from a bedroom in his father's house has been jailed for six years. Peter Francis-Macrae, of St Neots, Cambs, was found guilty of threatening to kill and blackmail.

At the BBC.

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