LulzSec ‘Leader’ Turns on Fellow Hacktivists: Feds

Six members of the suspected computer hacking groups affiliated with Anonymous were charged — including the suspected ring leader, who directed the entire operation from a Manhattan apartment complex — after it was revealed one of the group’s most high profile members has been working with federal authorities for months.

Hector Monsegur, a 28-year-old American believed to use the name “Sabu” on the internet, was arrested by federal agents last year and has been cooperating with law enforcement ever since, officials said. He pleaded guilty last August, a plea unsealed in federal court in Lower Manhattan today.

At least at least four of the five other members of the group were arrested recently based on information provided by Monsegur — one in Chicago and three overseas, officials said. Each were charged with conspiracy and at least two will appear in federal court in Lower Manhattan later today.

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