Better late than never, Florida’s long-awaited online mugshot site scam law went into effect this past July! Right on cue, websites such as mugshots.com and rapsheets.org have revised their record removal policies.
Speaking of mugshots.com, you may recognize these two gentlemen from a 2016 investigative documentary currently available streaming on Netflix titled “Mugged.”
Multiple news sources report that according to public record, both Thomas Keese and Sahar Sarid were apprehended by authorities along with a couple of their business partners for the following charges: Extortion, Identity Theft, and Money Laundering.
These criminal defendants and alleged participants are entirely innocent until proven guilty, therefore, classactionagainstmugshotwebsites.com will be sure to follow-up and keep readers informed about the criminal charges brought against these mugshot site operators. Defendants are scheduled for a court hearing Monday, August 27th, and you can follow these proceedings by just clicking this link and searching case #BA464483
In more good news for mugshot extortion victims, the State of Illinois recently enacted a new law decreasing mugshot site business opportunity by updating their Consumer Fraud and Deceptive Business Practices Act.
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