17 year old tries to Blackmail Russian Billionaire…

Even though I am really busy lately, I had to say something about this kid trying to blackmail a Russian billionaire. It has been all over the news/gossip in Russia and really the kid should be on the years most stupid idiot criminal list. According to the reports and from what the kid said, he expected to get the money. All $11,000,000…

The level of intelligence shows in the kids actions: He sent e-mails to both Suleiman Kerimov (billionaire) and some city official and in those e-mails he demanded $11,000,000 big bucks or he would assassinate them both. They better listen to what he wants because as he told them he was a “Hit Man”…

As you could see they were shivering in their shoes at the thought that some idiot was going to assassinate them. The billionaire of course who had better contacts, went to the top and talked to the FSB, but the poor city employee had to talk to the cops. Somewhere the two stories came together and they realized that they had a real interesting issue…

So while I was sipping my cup of delicious coffee this morning and doing some thinking’s, before I started to write on my book some more. I decided to mention that there are idiots all over the world and some make the news, big time…

I guess he was picked up at his moms house (I bet mom was happy!) and they confiscated his laptop also. Seems they have found other interesting happenings on that laptop, but he also is back home under house arrest and is awaiting trail after the investigation…

Looks like this kid has watched too many Hollywood movies if you ask me! What would be next? Kidnapping and murder…

Interesting – Well at least to me it is…

Kyle Keeton
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