Hector Xavier Monsegur, aka Sabu, has plead guilty to several counts of computer hacking conspiracy, access device fraud and other crimes.
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see you snitch and you still do the time ,... you trusted the wrong person
didn't your daddy ever tell you,
don't trust whitey.... i mean even white people know that.
Hmmm, yeah, nobody told him... Yeah, you really gotta watch what letters you put together on the internet. Few crimes are worse than pot smoking but this is one of them. What ever happen to the good-ol-days when kids used to commit their crimes with knives and handguns... It's gonna munch major bam-bam when they can read minds...
Anonymous are not going to save the world. They aren't. might be a spoiler alert but you won't. And Interpol is who is tipping off the FBI and Interpol is Russian so just something you kids might want to know.
For every hacker the US arrests, the more citizens become outraged and take Anonymous' side out of hatred for the government. Keep going Obama, your cutting your own throat.
124 years. You would get less for serial killing 10 people and carving them into pieces. lest there be any doubt where our government's priorities are, let this be a stark reminder.
Now if the leader of the organisation gets threatened with 124 years imprisonment fro crimes that are so bad, then why did the FBI allow those crimes to continue to actually occur for months there in after.The FBI actually controlled and monitored the leader of that little hacking group, the FBI controlled which crimes would and would not occur and basically for nearly a year the FBI were in charge.So the FBI thought so little of these crimes they not only allowed them to occur via their leadership of the group (the boss of my boss, is my boss) they instigated them.So during this period the most effective hacking group in 'Anonymous' was the FBI and the agents in charge wish to remain, hilariously enough, 'ANONYMOUS' (making those FBI agents well and truly members of 'Anonymous').
Tony Blair a known war Crinimal must be laughling as it is easier to kill 1 million plus Iraqis and walk free than a compurter hacker. Killing is OK, Hacking if caught 124 years in prison. What a joke got, to be reading more of Camus.
This life sentence shows how afraid the powerful and rich people are of being hacked and letting the world see there true colors. 6 arrested 12 more take their place. 600 arrested 1200 take there place.
Engage your brain before you put your mouth in gear. CAN get 124 years based on ALL the laws he broke. Past hackers: Facebook, 8 months... NASA hackeer, 3 years suspended sentence... financial hacker, 13 years for the financial crimes... another financial hacker...20 years for financial theft. The last 2 are about what they would recieve as a bank robber, which is what they did.
My God 124 sure is an over exaggerated sentance for hacking into websites and defacing them. However I don't believe He will survive 124 years in prison because, The U.S. Judicial System put's Truther's, Peaceful Demonstrator's in the same cell with real criminal's like paedophile's (child molester's), murderer's, Drug dealer's, Violent people who hate being locked up so they beat up and kill other inmate's. I also think He wouldn't last 124 years if Sabu drops the soap during shower time.
Triple life for comprimising government security terminals. Lucky they didn't just scream treason and execute him.
Freedom fightah wrote in #6
Jason Plante wrote in #2
Socialism 2011 wrote in #1
124 years? Where do they get these prison sentences from?! Well it's like he simply raped a child or something, this is America! He offended people with power, that's the bottom line. America cares about power, not justice.
Except if he raped a child he would get a much more lighter sentence. Which is pretty messed up if you ask me.I fully agree with you, and really, that was the point I was trying to make. It's just a statement from the clowns in Washington, go against them and you can forget about justice. Seems like simply lying about everything is not working out for them as well as it used to. They want to do their best to intimidate the world so that hopefully less people speak the truth and less people oppose their empire.
124 years for hacking? Haha, oh wow. That's so f'ed up it's funny. What a pathetic "justice" system. A pure example of the times we live in.I do hope he gets out, this is absolutely crazy.
Oh yeah, look at the U.S., LAND OF THE FREE (unless you do not cooperate with the corporate masters who run this country). FASCISTS!!Th is guy gets 124 years in prison for computer hacking and alleged theft, while the genocidal nutjob George Bush gets to enjoy his freedom.
@Tomasz The first episode of the show is expected to be aired at the end of March. More details coming soon. Stay tuned.
Trying to dangle the utterly absurd 124 years in prison over someones head while threatening and extorting them to cooperate or they'll go after his children while he's in prison shows just how effective Anonymous has been in exposing the filthy evil Zionist cockroches and their activitys to the world public.The FBI's charges and actions are reflective of how utterly desperate they are to protect their Zionist satanic masters from exposure and information dumps. 124 years for a non-violent crime is so far over the top, only in a ZioNazi dictatorship could such a injustice be directed without a nation-wide citizen uprising against such corruption.
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