Ex-army admin jailed for 12 years over US military health data theft

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Frederick Brown, a medical data technician & administrator associated with the 65th Medical Brigade of the US Army caused millions of dollars in losses

Frederick Brown, a 40-year-old resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, has been sentenced to over 12 years behind bars after pled guilty to his involvement in a fraud scheme.

Reportedly, Brown defrauded thousands of veterans, military service members, and their families. He was charged with one count for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and one count for conspiracy to commit money laundering.

SEE: US military personnel defrauded into losing $822m through scams

The accused pleaded guilty around two years back. In this ‘transnational fraud and money laundering conspiracy,’ Brown targeted more than 3,300 US military members and caused $1.5 million in losses.

Brown is ordered to pay $2.3 million in restitution, and he will be placed on supervised release for at least three years after being released from jail.

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