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Anonymous hacker behind Stratfor attack faces life in prison

23.11.2012 18:17

A pretrial hearing in the case against accused LulzSec hacker Jeremy Hammond this week ended with the 27-year-old Chicago man being told he could be sentenced to life in prison for compromising the computers of Stratfor.

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Pica Delphon 31.05.2014 09:10

YaY for Burning my CC in 1997..


Tom Hanifin 08.08.2013 19:34

If the government has claimed the right to do whole sale spying on disenfranchised members of society then obviously they open themselves up to being spied upon to confirm what we all already know. That they are committing far worse crimes than down loading credit card information that was never used to steal anything.

A lso it is a given fact that every state in the union allows for a citizen to commit a lessor crime in order to prevent a far greater crime from being committed. And surely war crimes and crimes against humanity are far greater acts of evil in comparison to some minor hacking.

Anonymous user 11.04.2013 10:12

Secrecy is corruption and corruption is confirmed by secrecy

Anonymous user 09.04.2013 05:32

So what, if someone's credit card information is leeked, have they something to hide?

Anonymous user 09.04.2013 05:10

Folks no fear, these are time in wich You have to do what ... the rest it´s just fear monger prop


Terryl Todd 09.04.2013 04:01

They got the wrong guy. The hacking-people behind "Trapwire" should be prosecuted not Jeremy Hammond who is serving We The People.
Secrecy is corruption and corruption is secrecy.

Anonymous user 09.04.2013 04:00

The hackers behind "Trapwire" should be prosecuted not Jeremy Hammond who is serving We The People.

Anonymous user 07.04.2013 22:16

"... on dope" = post 20 hrs of "in-terror-gati on" ( c Jane Alpert & Sam photo p bust in '69) wmm

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