FBI used Anonymous and Lulzsec Hackers to attack foreign governments

FBI used Anonymous and Lulzsec Hackers to attack foreign governments

FBI used Anonymous and Lulzsec Hackers to attack foreign governments

by Anonymous, thehackernews.comAugust 28th 2013

Sentencing for former LulzSec leader Hector Xavier Monsegur, better known as “Sabu” , has again been delayed. Monsegur pleaded guilty to a dozen criminal counts two years prior and stands to face more a maximum sentence of more than 124 years.

Another Lulzsec Hacker Jeremy Hammond has claimed that the FBI used Sabu to coordinate attacks against foreign governments, by and Others.

Jeremy Hammond, released a statement on Thursday accusing the US government of asking Monsegur to encourage fellow hacktivists to infiltrate foreign government entities.

“Why was the US using us to infiltrate the private networks of foreign governments? What are they doing with the information we stole? And will anyone in our government ever be held accountable for these crimes?”

Hammond pleaded guilty in May to hacking private intelligence firm Stratfor to expose millions of revelatory emails. The Illinois native faces up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced, scheduled for 15th November.

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