LulzSec exposed details of alleged snitches

In a Pastebin post, LulzSec explained that the two hackers allegedly tried to “snitch on [them]“, and so LulzSec took revenge. LulzSec boasted to the FBI “& other law enforcement clowns”, saying: “we just did your job for you with great ease”. The first alleged hacker, was named as Marshal Webb, who they claim was “involved in the hacking of the game “[Deus] Ex” and was/is involved in countless other cybercrimes.”

Read complete Pastebin : http://pastebin.com/MBEsm5XQ

Hi FBI & other law enforcement clowns,


LulzSec here with some juicy gossip.


This is Marshal Webb, also known as "[redacted]" in the "#pure-elite" IRC logs you no doubt have enjoyed. He was involved in the hacking of the game "Dues Ex" and was/is involved in countless other cybercrimes.


Also, he tried to snitch on us. Therefore we just did your job for you with great ease.


This moron is trying to flee the country in order to avoid serious punishment. Hunt him down:


SNITCH: m_nerva aka cimx aka rq42
EXPOSED: YES
AIM: mudkipznlulz / minervasx
Last known IP: cpe-174-101-240-242.cinci.res.rr.com (174.101.240.242)
Location: MARSH #336
1204 W Main St
Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Name: Marshal Webb


This is also the name of one of his associates, Michael, or "Hann". He's also wanted for some pretty heavy stuff:


PIC: http://i.imgur.com/OvFjc.jpg
Name: michael dean major
DOB: 06/17/1989
Aliases: hann
Address: 4520 spring ave, halethorpe, md
Phone: (443) 304-7052
Google Voice Number: 443-304-7052
AIM: ia2erkn
IRC: fred_da_godson
(hann@c-68-55-148-219.hsd1.md.comcast.net), 208.98.52.207, 67.230.191.230


These goons begged us for mercy after they apologized to us all night for leaking some of our affiliates' logs. There is no mercy on The Lulz Boat.


Snitches get stitches,


Lulz Security


It is not known whether the individuals are guilty of the crimes LulzSec claims, as it could be some form of elaborate joke, but if not, the information could be a great help for the FBI and other agencies tasked with the tough job of tracking down the cyber-criminals. Additionally, if arrested, they may even be able to shed some light on LulzSec’s true identities.

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