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a violent security breach would have been removed by a 17-year-old hacker in Florida and two others, according to officials on Friday. Graham Clark of Tampa was arrested on Friday and charged with 30 crimes committed in a July 15 hack of Twitter’s internal systems that compromised dozens of high-profile accounts ranging from the likes of Barack Obama to Elon Musk in an attempt to cheat bitcoins from followers. While the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Justice and other agencies participated in the investigation, Clark was accused by Florida prosecutor Andrew Warren in Hillsborough County because “Florida law allows minors to be accused as adults in cases of financial fraud like this when appropriate, “Warren’s office said in a statement. The DoJ filed three charges against Mason Sheppard, 19, from the UK, and a count against Nima Fazeli, 22, from Orlando. On Friday, Twitter said the hack occurred when company employees were tricked into granting access to the systems.