- Former Louisville police officer Bryan Wilson used his access to Accurint, data-combing software used by police, as part of a scheme to hack the Snapchat accounts of young women and sexually explicit photos and videos to extort them.
- Once Wilson had the sexually explicit material, he would contact the women and threaten to post the photos and videos online or share them with friends, families and employers.
- Prosecutors say that Wilson was involved in hacking 25 accounts and contacted eight women.
- Wilson sent this message to one of the women: “I had planned to send your pictures to your parents, brother, grandparents, sisters, friends, facebook, pornhub, employer, etc but I would gladly keep all of this between you and I (and tell you who sent them to me) if you promise to leave me out of the drama and show me a few more pics that way we can both benefit.”
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