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LulzSec-linked hacker who stole stratfor e-mails appears in court, Mother claims he has an IQ of 168.

The Chicago-based hacker who once threatened to burn down the White House
and took credit for an devastating computer attack on intelligence
company Stratfor made his first appearance in a New York federal
courtroom, after his March 5 arrest.

Jeremy Hammond, a 27-year-old with close
ties to hacker group LulzSec, wore a bright orange T-shirt under
prison-issue navy blue garb and glanced furtively around the
magistrate’s courtroom as he was led in, his face pale and his long hair
unkempt. Hammond faces federal charges of conspiracy to commit computer
hacking, computer hacking and access device fraud.
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But while his computer persona, which
emerged under online names such as “Anarchaos” and “crediblethreat” and
“tylerknowsthis,” showcased virulent anti-government beliefs, Hammond
was respectful in court before the magistrate, who fre


Added: Mar-20-2012 Occurred On: Mar-20-2012
By: XjamesX
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Tags: lulzsec, hacker, anonymous, lulz, court, whitehouse, new york
Location: New York, New York, United States (load item map)
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