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  1. Additional information from the FL State Attorney's statement: Warren's office said the scheme reaped more than $100,000 worth of Bitcoin in just one day. Twitter previously said that 130 accounts were targeted in the attack, and that tweets were sent out from 45 of those accounts. The social media giant also said that their investigation revealed that the direct message inboxes of 36 accounts were accessed by the hackers, including one elected official in the Netherlands.
  2. ---------------------------------------------- UPDATE 31 Aug 2020 4:00 PM EDT: FL State Attorney's Office has released official statement to all news media outlets. They have named Graham Clark as the 17 year old arrested early this morning for the July 15th Twitter hack. Investigation found that he reaped more than $100,000 in Bitcoin in a day. Clark is expected to make his first court appearance on Saturday. Twitter released a statement on the social media platform Friday afternoon, thanking the "swift actions of law enforcement in this investigation."
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