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Sentencing of LulzSec Hacker Sabu Postponed for Fifth Time

13
Jan
2014

Hector Xavier Monsegur, the man known on the hacking scene as Sabu of the LulzSec group, should have been sentenced today. However, the sentencing has been delayed once again. This is the fifth time this has happened. Initially the sentencing was scheduled for August 2012. Since then, the government has asked the court to postpone the sentencing in February, August and October 2013. Nate Anderson, deputy editor at Ars Technica, has called the office of Loretta A. Pre…

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