LulzSec/Anonymous mastermind Hector "Sabu" Monsegur pissed off a lot of people this week after selling out his entire team to the FBI. But there's one more person who hated his guts: the downstairs neighbour who filed a complaint with the city of New York. So just how bad a neighbour was he?
Yesterday, Sabu was a ghost—the spirit of Anonymous, having guided the group through its most powerful and infamous hacks. Now he's Hector Monsegnur, a 28-year-old unemployed guy from the New York projects—and a snitch.
In what's looking more and more like LulzSec's Waterloo, six top-ranking members of the notorious hacking collective were arrested today. Here, in their entirety, are their full indictments. It's a fed's-eye view of the organisation that wreaked unfettered havoc for months last year.
According to the FBI, you're looking at Sabu, the head of LulzSec, and the de facto King of Anonymous — easily the most notorious and influential hacker alive today. One thing: he just turned in his people to the police.
The most prominent member of hacking gang LulzSec has spoken on a number of issues, claiming to be holding vast quantities of unpublished data. But life's not great on a personal level -- he's "past the point of no return".