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When a thief steals from a scammer it is rarely publicized. Often in this scenario, ambiguity stifles ownership rights. In Brisbane Australia, the courts have taken up a case involving Australian Sarah Jane Cochrane- Ramsey, and her involvement in stealing from Nigerian scam artists. Cochrane-Ramsey took a job as a foreign agent; in which she was suppose to provide a bank account for a group of Nigerians.
The idea was that they could funnel the money they received from their account on a popular car sales website through the Australian based bank account. She would be paid 8% of each deposit. However, once the money was funneled into the account, it disappeared. Cochrane- Ramsey is being accused of stealing $33,000 between two separate deposits. The Nigerian car buyers reported the scam to police, who traced the account to Cochrane-Ramsey. It was also discovered that while the Nigerians were operating in Nigeria, their website server was located in New York. Cochrane-Ramsey pleaded guilty to one degree of aggravated assault.