A statement from some of us.
We are sick. So sick, of those “experts” who claim to know “Anonymous”. Yes, that includes you, biella.
Why? Becaue you get lazy. You don’t care anymore. I remember a Gabriella Coleman who was actually interested in Anonymous. She researched and found out some truth.
By now: Who cares. Biella just wants to make money. So does VICE, Forbes, NYTimes, you name them.
That changed. What did not change: Us. We do not care. We don’t even care that biella, who was invited into secret channels, did not bother to tell us that there is a spy amongst us.
We don’t care that media will just exploit us for their own purposes. Money is what rules, no?
Well, I say: FUCK YOU.
And, to bring that message home, I will do some more things. You made me mad. Really mad. What the fuck happened to your integrity, or rather: What happened to allow this. Shame. Shame on all of you.
I am mad as hell and I won’t take it anymore.
And you media… jeez. Let’s just say you are just prostitutes.
Iris and Hector Monsegur worry about their mother’s diabetes, but they are not allowed to visit her at the Jacob Riis Houses in Manhattan. They were caught selling heroin in 1997 and sent to prison for seven years each, they said. Ms. Monsegur now runs a credit repair company out of her home on Staten Island, and her brother works for a sanitation company in New Jersey and lives in the Bronx.
“The courts let me do seven, but with them, it’s one strike and they give me life,” Mr. Monsegur, 40, said of the Housing Authority. “I want to be able to go see my mom, help with her groceries and say hello.”
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Former Web Producer Indicted in California for Conspiring with “Anonymous” Members to Attack Internet News Site
A former web producer for a Tribune Company-owned television station in Sacramento, Calif., was charged today in an indictment for allegedly conspiring with members of the hacker group “Anonymous” to hack into and alter a Tribune Company website, the Justice Department announced.
Matthew Keys, 26, of Secaucus, N.J., was charged in the Eastern District of California with one count each of conspiracy to transmit information to damage a protected computer, transmitting information to damage a protected computer and attempted transmission of information to damage a protected computer.
Keys was employed by Sacramento-based television station KTXL FOX 40, as its web producer, but was terminated in late October 2010.
The three-count indictment alleges that in December 2010 Keys provided members of the hacker group Anonymous with log-in credentials for a computer server belonging to KTXL FOX 40’s corporate parent, the Tribune Company. According to the indictment, Keys identified himself on an Internet chat forum as a former Tribune Company employee and provided members of Anonymous with a login and password to the Tribune Company server. After providing log-in credentials, Keys allegedly encouraged the Anonymous members to disrupt the website. According to the indictment, at least one of the computer hackers used the credentials provided by Keys to log into the Tribune Company server, and ultimately that hacker made changes to the web version of a Los Angeles Times news feature.
The indictment further alleges that Keys had a conversation with the hacker who claimed credit for the defacement of the Los Angeles Times website. The hacker allegedly told Keys that Tribune Company system administrators had thwarted his efforts and locked him out. Keys allegedly attempted to regain access for that hacker, and when he learned that the hacker had made changes to a Los Angeles Times page, Keys responded, “nice.”
If convicted, Keys faces up to 10 years in prison, three years of supervised release and a fine of $250,000 for each count. The indictment also contains a notice of forfeiture provision for property traceable to the offense.
The charges contained in the indictment are merely accusations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.
This case was investigated by the Sacramento and Los Angeles Field Offices of the FBI. The case is being prosecuted by the Criminal Division’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of California.
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——-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE——- Hash: RIPEMD160 So, you guys have all been rather familiar with Sabu. There has been claims he is still around after he has been outed trying to snitch people out and set them up, well the claims are true. There is nothing like some good ole entrapment attempts to laugh at. Sabu contacted me a while after he got outed via FoxNews but FoxNews is FoxNews, biased lying garbage so the issue of anything in it being legit is questionable at best. From many many people I heard similar things of Sabu appearing and hiding under handles, so eventually it did become clear to me he was fishing around for “targets” to snitch on. He was actively trying to entrap me and a few others involving some FTP with classified documents on it. I have not looked into it so I can’t honestly say if it is at all true what it contains. ~ Log Excerpt From: 2012-04-13.041030-0400EDT.html ~ (6:45:35 AM) Sabu: thats another thing (6:45:37 AM) Sabu: haha (6:45:38 AM) Sabu: ok (6:45:54 AM) Sabu: are you good friends with [redacted]? (6:46:01 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: we talk a lot (6:46:08 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: but I wouldnt call it on a good friend level (6:46:17 AM) Sabu: well if you ever get on that level (6:46:36 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: yea, I noticed he is good for that ;) (6:46:46 AM) Sabu: ask him to show you the [redacted] he sent me. then I want you to click around [redacted]. then google the intitle: with the [redacted] you copied (6:46:53 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: [redacted] (6:47:01 AM) Sabu: there is a professor somewhere with a wide open FTP with over 40gbs of classified SCADA data (6:47:06 AM) Sabu: including manuals, research, et al (6:47:12 AM) Sabu: millions of dollars worth of data open (6:47:19 AM) Sabu: find it. download it. lulz (6:47:26 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: lol (6:47:30 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: impressive security (6:47:39 AM) Sabu: I never got to share it sadly (6:47:44 AM) Sabu: but its public, but VAGUE (6:47:46 AM) Sabu: if you find it, win (6:47:54 AM) Sabu: its not illegal to find an open ftp server via google (6:47:58 AM) Sabu: feel me? (6:48:04 AM) m45t3rs4d0w8: yes I do :) (6:48:22 AM) Sabu: ;) ~ Log Excerpt From: 2012-04-13.041030-0400EDT.html ~ Note: Redacted parts so no one can find the FTP So, I have to ask this, why is an informant going around throwing out a location to a claimed cache of classified documents concerning SCADA systems? So this is like a textbook attempt at entrapment, its akin to giving someone a key to a door but telling them its legal to open it with, someone being an informant, to take them down after. It also does not appear the FBI gives not one fuck about the security of critical infrastructure as long as it entraps another kid. Nothing at all wrong here is there? The true criminals that need to be taken down appear to be invincible to prosecution (as long as they setup innocent people to take the falls). I have been a constant victim of this the past few months and I can say that those who work with the feds are more dirty then the kids who don’t deserve years in jail. I’m sick of finding constant intel after the fact where actual informants were involved in the ops redirecting kids to pointless, destructive, and illegal activities who didn’t deserve any of this. It is one thing to go after botnet operators and real criminals but another thing to cause the criminal acts to happen to get some kids. The worse part about this situation is the FBI has no real choice but to prosecute these kids because they did, in fact, break the law. Now for the less fuck FBI part…. As for the log releases, they are a product of a psychotic ex-girlfriend conspiring with a few informants. I have not felt to address them because this gives them somehow the air of credibility. Why should I address logs that never happened or ones so heavily edited to mean what ever they felt like making it into meaning? I find it is a waste of time to do so and gives them more material to take out of context, make up, or edit on the spot to create an appearance of a legitimate true reply. As for them proving anything and going to get me arrested is also false. Most of the data is tainted, edited, and from extreme biased sources. If I even did anything illegal I don’t have to worry about it at all now! I just combine that with my swatting and it’s case closed pretty much, like icing on a cake. I think that is enough logic to show what it really is, a slander campaign attacking me and everyone around me, it’s really not hard to see this. As for the credible cry of “They couldn’t have edited and planted all that”, they are not taking into account over 6 months of time to make anything up, in fact, they (exgf and her bf) could have done multiple courses in forensics by now with plenty of time to fabricate anything they want. Should I even mention if they submitted this to the FBI the first thing they would tell them is to do is stfu and not post? Did I mention psychotic obsessive tendency? I might, since I feel rather inspired, write the story in detail someday. I really did enjoy her downplaying the contacting her exhusband Brandon part. She failed to mention she and pythorian were having an affair, constantly rubbed it in Brandon’s face, and harassed him until he snapped. I wonder if anyone just saw the sudden pattern here? Yeep, it’s harassment and constant fucking with until someone snaps and she is now an innocent a victim. I hope I’m not a horrible person to point out the case was dropped against Brandon because of all the evidence showing what she did to him. That case would have never had a jury (even in hell) that would have convict Brandon, case closed. I wasn’t contacting Brandon as a death threat as she portrayed but as a witness to some of what I saw and she got me to do. I admit I was a dumb ass, that I did wrong towards him because of her, and I take full responsibility for my actions. I have no excuses. Now, After this gets posted, watch my mentions and see how I am attacked by the FBI Informants (and those who believe them) trying to turn everyone against me with bullshit. 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Monteilh was involved in one of the most controversial tactics: the use of “confidential informants” in so-called entrapment cases. This is when suspects carry out or plot fake terrorist “attacks” at the request or under the close supervision of an FBI undercover operation using secret informants. Often those informants have serious criminal records or are supplied with a financial motivation to net suspects.
In the case of the Newburgh Four – where four men were convicted for a fake terror attack on Jewish targets in the Bronx – a confidential informant offered $250,000, a free holiday and a car to one suspect for help with the attack.
In the case of the Fort Dix Five, which involved a fake plan to attack a New Jersey military base, one informant’s criminal past included attempted murder, while another admitted in court at least two of the suspects later jailed for life had not known of any plot.
Such actions have led Muslim civil rights groups to wonder if their communities are being unfairly targeted in a spying game that is rigged against them. Monteilh says that is exactly what happens. “The way the FBI conducts their operations, It is all about entrapment … I know the game, I know the dynamics of it. It’s such a joke, a real joke. There is no real hunt. It’s fixed,” he said.
I release here (unedited) all of the conversations i had with Sabu in IRC, the rest of my interaction with him was over twitter. We chatted only thrice in IRC, once on the 30th of July, and then again on the 1st and 3rd of August. This was apparently at the time that he was already an FBI Informant. The complete transcript of the three conversations is pasted here in one batch
It seems, from the FOX News report, that there was no attempt to remain silent and seek legal counsel. Reportedly, during that very first encounter with the FBI agents, Monsegur succumbed to a Good Cop-Bad Cop routine and, according to the Associated Press, cooperated from Day 1.
It should be pointed out that this narrative of Sabu collaboration has a single source of origin, the FBI, and was disseminated not directly but via establishment media, initially just FOX News. The official FBI March 6th raids press release details a previously-sealed guilty plea by Monsegur which suggests cooperation, but does not offer any statement about Sabu’s alleged cooperation. On March 6th, we could only turn to FOX News for that information, and subsequent media reports cited FOX. This fact seems worth noting.
So, I am being told by insider sources that it was indeed Sabu who had the idea of handing the @Stratfor data to #Wikileaks. So Obvious FBI.
@Kilgoar @faceyet It’s been said it was Sabu’s idea originally to hand stratfor mails to WL. Can’t be proven afterwards but FBI sure knew.
Meow. Haha, who’d believe me but yes, Sabu pushed to talk to WL and all the sudden get money. AntiSec reaction: WTF you doing? He failed.
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