Kemi Olunloyo is out in another new revelation on Nigerian big boy Hushpuppi originally named Ramon Abass, saying his case might be dismissed.
Speaking via her twitter handle, Kemi Olunloyo noted that he was whisked away in a covert operation and not extradited to any of the countries he held passports to.
She added that the FBI violated the suspected cyber fraudster’s civil and legal rights and on this grounds, his case may be dismissed.
HushPuppi's case may be DISMISSED! The @FBI actually violated his civil & legal rights. I told all of you this but you were daft people. He was not EXTRADITED or deported to any of the countries he held passports to. He was whisked away in a covert operation pic.twitter.com/2x3nkbSMWy
— K🎙️ (@KemiOlunloyo) July 13, 2020
However, it was reported Hushpuppi had been denied bail in his ongoing suspected internet fraud trial in the United States.
Naija news learnt that His lawyer, Gal Pissetzky who had vowed to prove his client’s innocence, applied for him to leave jail with an electronic tag and live with the uncle of a woman with whom he has a child, but US prosecutors opposed the bail application but the judge refused him bail that he might commit more fraud.