A GEEK jailed for hacking cops brags about his conviction to drum up business breaking into Facebook accounts, a Sun investigation has found.
Liam Watts, 21, said that accessing private messages was “standard” and admitted hacking “a few” online accounts.
He posted news reports of his conviction and quoted £25 to break into someone’s account.
We contacted him after he posted: “If you want anyone’s Facebook hacking give me a message.”
Last year Watts, of Chorley, Lancs, got 16 months behind bars.
Watts hacked Greater Manchester and Cheshire Police as revenge for a bomb hoax conviction.
He has since removed his Facebook post.
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