Big Al, in memorium

the Big "AL" keylogger

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As a tribute to our dear departed (or maybe deported!?) friend, I thought a fitting tribute to the man would be to name a sandwich after him at my local eatery. I asked the owner for a bland, stale biscuit stuffed with bologna and covered in lumpy brown gravy to resemble feces. He insisted on making some adjustments because I guess he wanted people to actually buy it, so this is what he came up with. I told him to change the name but he refused.

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Max Power

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I would be interested to know if he is dead. He's a bit of an eclectic legend, his death would be significant and should be confirmed.
 

the Big "AL" keylogger

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I agree. Unfortunately, all I have to go on are a couple of websites that are full of somewhat inaccurate information. Maybe someone from his camp will come and update us urgently.
 

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He had an account at facebook, "Jimmy Jones" which he used to rave against the "self confessed gay hacker and scammer" from India, who had hurt him deeply in the ass.

This account was there when I noticed his inactivity at antifraudintl, about two weeks after his supposed demise. But now it is gone. It must have been deactivated.

To deactivate a facebook account, my understanding is that you need the original login credentials. That would mean someone used the password to access his facebook a few months later.

He might be in a mental hospital, locked up, out of harms way where he can't post something which might be interpreted as libel, which might give rise to a lawsuit.

Or he might just be dead, and the person who looked at his antics on facebook was embarrassed and buried that steaming pile of shit.
 

Ashley Wilkes

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To deactivate a facebook account, my understanding is that you need the original login credentials. That would mean someone used the password to access his facebook a few months later.
That would be child's play for a hacker from someplace like India.
 
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