All of human civilization despises crime, and criminals are usually punished in accordance with the regulations stated in each country's constitution. The severity of the punishments meted out to certain offenders varies according to the horrific crimes they are discovered to have committed.
Social media fans were shocked to learn recently that Scales Olatunji, a guy, had been given a 235-year prison sentence for his part in money laundering and computer fraud.
Despite the fact that cybercrime is prohibited by national and international laws in the majority of cases, many people have questioned why he was given a 235-year prison term when the average life expectancy is far lower.
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