Now we know why we can buy so many cheap BNIB computer parts on Kiji
Heggaton’s scam began unravelling in September 2014 when his superiors in the crypto support unit, also known as CFCSU, started getting invoices for graphic cards they didn’t normally buy, and hard drives and processors that were usually purchased as part of larger orders of complete computer systems.
His loot includes:
- 40 Intel Core i7 processors,
- 40 licences for computer software
Heggaton is also accused of defrauding the government of $67,123 worth of computer parts by generating a fake contract with Netlink Computer Inc. between June 3 and Aug. 4, 2014.