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USA v Jaratt White, et al

2/5/2019

**The People of the United States alleges that Jarratt White, Robert Jack, and Fendley Joseph were employees of AT&T and Verizon when the fraudulent sim swaps occurred. They were able to use their access as mobile carrier employees to facilitate fraudulent SIM swaps for the hackers and provide identifying information to facilitate the hackers' schemes. **

2/7/20 Update Complaints as to Jarratt White, Robert Jack and Joseph Hendley were dismissed.

02/03/20 Update Motion to Dismiss Complaint Without Prejudice by United States of America as to Jarratt White, Robert Jack, Fendley was filed

  • On January 31, 2020, each of the defendants appeared in Court and entered into a pretrial diversion agreement with the government. Pursuant to its agreements with the defendants, the United States is requesting that charges against them be dismissed and will not reinstate charges so long as defendants successfully complete their diversionary programs. 
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USA v Jaratt White, et al
Wire fraud, Aiding and Abetting

This law makes defrauding, devising a scheme to defraud by means of wire, TV, signal unlawful.

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