Wednesday, November 28, 2012


Anonymous Hacker Looking at 30 Years to Life

Jeremy Hammond

According to the indictment filed in March, Hammond illegally obtained credit card information stolen from Stratfor and uploaded it to a server that was unbeknownst to him maintained by the federal government. Months earlier the FBI had arrested Hector Xavier Monsegur, a New York hacker who spearheaded LulzSec under the alias “Sabu,” and relied on from thereon out to help the authorities nab other individuals affiliated with Anonymous and LulzSec. The feds say Hammond openly admitted to compromising Stratfor’s data in online chats with their informant and unsealed a three count indictment against him relating to hacking back in March.

Comment: This dirtbag is the face of sociopath misfits who cause so much wanton chaos & destruction to military, government and business security operations, costing private citizens in anti-virus software, overhead to financial services and in the end more to our tax burden. I hope they go after and round up all these miscreants, lock them up and throw away the keys. Or better yet, send them to Guantanamo and let them hang out with their partners-in-crime the terrorists because thats what they are when you really get down to it. First order of business is get this piece of crap a haircut and have him deloused; then move on the rest of the worthless ones with too much time on their hands.

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