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E-Mail 'Spam King' Pleads Guilty, Faces 20 Years

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E-Mail 'Spam King' Pleads Guilty, Faces 20 Years

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E-Mail 'Spam King' Pleads Guilty, Faces 20 Years

E-Mail 'Spam King' Pleads Guilty, Faces 20 Years

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A man known as the "spam king" has pleaded guilty to federal charges of mail fraud, wire fraud and failure to file a tax return. He faces up to 20 years in prison. Prosecutors say 28-year-old Robert Alan Soloway sent out millions and millions of junk e-mails around the world. The most serious charge he faces is one for non-electronic mail fraud.

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