A cybersecurity expert of Indian origin has been accused of cyberstalking five people in US federal court. It also has a deputy prosecutor and a police officer involved in its investigation. He was sent threatening messages by experts. Acting Attorney Tessa for the Western District of Washington
Gorman has given information about this.
Gorman said that the grand jury comprising the citizen panel had on Wednesday prima facie convicted Sumit Garg in the cyberstalking case. Sumit was taken into custody on Monday and will now be produced before a judge on 25 March. According to documents submitted to the court, Sumit has sent threatening emails to the local judges along with the list of slain judges and prosecutors.
In this, he is threatened with murder. It was revealed in the documents that Sumit has threatened to kill and harm many people over a period of one year by hiding his identity through social media platforms and emails. Has upset people emotionally. Garg’s troubles began with a woman, who lived in a room in the house where Garg lived with his wife.
According to the complaint lodged, Garg had allegedly read the woman’s diary. After reading this, he had come to know a lot about the health of the woman, their previous relationship, etc. Later they were used to intimidate the woman. It further said, upset by Garg, the woman left the house, and later Garg too had made a pact to never contact the woman, but then Garg in a local court, the woman, her boyfriend, and a lawyer lawyer by profession K’s uncle accused of cyber-stocking.
The complaint said, Garg had also threatened to kill the woman and raped her and the lawyer’s wife. Garg also threatened to physically harm the lawyer. According to court documents, Garg had earlier told the woman that she was suffering from ‘intermittent exploitative disorder’. This is a mental problem.