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Albert Gonzalez, the convicted ringleader of a major hacking and thieving operation that cost credit unions millions of dollars, still awaits sentencing by a federal court. But as he awaits his fate, the cases of his co-conspirators are being resolved, according to court documents.

The latest is Humza Zaman, 33, former network programmer for Barclay’s Bank. Zaman pled guilty to being part of the back-end, money laundering part of the Gonzalez operation rather than the hacking part.

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