Oh yeah, Fox News reported it first!!!
These are the "cybercriminals" --indicted in the State of California, though no one seems to be talking about exactly who's from California and who's not----that the DOJ is nailing. This, even while these jokers snooze peacefully as the real cybercriminals, the high gods in the Ministry of Truth, walk free, worldwide media declaring Sean Hoare's death "not suspicious."
(Sean is the guy who blew the whistle on Rupert Murdoch's organization hacking phones, who was found dead this week---conveniently, just one day before Murdoch was set to testify.)
Measure the amount of harm these people--cyber-activists-- have done, with the amount of harm Murdoch has done, just do it. And then ask yourself about our Justice Department and whose laws they are following.
Meanwhile, the oceans....
The department identified the suspects in the California indictment as Christopher Wayne Cooper, 23, aka “Anthrophobic;” Joshua John Covelli, 26, aka “Absolem” and “Toxic;” Keith Wilson Downey, 26; Mercedes Renee Haefer, 20, aka “No” and “MMMM;” Donald Husband, 29, aka “Ananon;” Vincent Charles Kershaw, 27, aka “Trivette,” “Triv” and “Reaper;” Ethan Miles, 33; James C. Murphy, 36; Drew Alan Phillips, 26, aka “Drew010;” Jeffrey Puglisi, 28, aka “Jeffer,” “Jefferp” and “Ji;” Daniel Sullivan, 22; Tracy Ann Valenzuela, 42; and Christopher Quang Vo, 22. One individual’s name has been withheld by the court.
They are charged with various counts of conspiracy and intentional damage to a protected computer, which carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. Each count of conspiracy carries a maximum penalty of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine.