The founder and most prominent member of Antisec was a bloviating, heavyset 29-year-old hacker, self-proclaimed revolutionary and social engineer known as "Sabu," who had a special loathing, it seemed, for the intelligence industry.
"Let us show them we can spy on them too," he'd tweeted to his more than 35,000 followers in early December.
Buis was found guilty of criminal harassment, threatening to do grievous bodily harm and intentional damage in the judge's reserved decision delivered on Thursday.
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Antisec also planned to use the hacked credit cards to make donations to groups like CARE and the American Red Cross.
The Nigerian dating scams target the lonely and vulnerable.
Ontmoet singles die, net als u, op zoek zijn naar een vaste relatie.
In his decision Judge Kellar said: "From what should have been an innocuous incident about parking I am sure that Mr Buis has engaged in a sustained period of harassment of (victim) for a period of over two years."Earlier Pryde said in a victim-impact statement: "I feared for my life and my wife and children." "It was a living hell for us."He and his wife had to undergo counselling, his health was impacted and he constantly worried for his children.
Two teens missing after forbidden to date Jeremy Ogden and Halie Journet went missing on Sunday. The Atascocita Middle School students were forbidden to date and now they have disappeared.
”Call anybody that can tell us you’re safe," pleads Jeremy's mother Toni as she wipes tears. Hopefully, if there is someone helping them they know how to drive.
Victim Daniel Pryde, who waived his right to name suppression, said the reparation was "dirty money" and he would rather donate it to charity."What am I going to buy from someone who destroyed a big part of my life and tried to destroy my business and my marriage?
Him trying to give me money doesn't fix those things."The visibly upset victim said he felt the sentence "was a bit light".
Jeremy Fraser Buis' name suppression, which has been in place since he first appeared in court in May 2015, was lifted by Judge Paul Kellar when he appeared for sentencing in the Dunedin District Court on Friday morning.