Federal prosecutors charged six more defendants on Monday in a $45 million dollar cybercrime case that allegedly involves a suitcase stuffed with cash, cleaned-out ATMs, champagne bottle service and a murdered ringleader.
A team of thieves hacked into banks around the globe, while foot soldiers withdrew massive sums from ATMs and bought luxury items with the stolen cash.
U.S. authorities say that cyber thieves used an elaborate scheme involving stolen pre-paid debit card information to steal $45 million from banks.
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