Hector Xavier Monsegur, better known as "Sabu", the former leader of the LulzSec hacker group, could be a free man this week thanks to his cooperation with U.S law enforcement to bring down the group.
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Neuron, a member of Lulzsec, faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to hacking into Sony Pictures' website and making off with private information on thousands of people.
According to court documents that were made public Thursday, Sabu, who betrayed his fellow LulzSec hackers by working with the FBI, was a model informant who worked around the clock to help the feds.
Now that's actually kind of sad. Apparently the turncoat leader of LulzSec, Sabu, was charged with criminal impersonation last month after informing a police officer that he was an FBI agent named Boo