Australian police arrest senior member of LulzSec hacking group

Australian police arrest senior member of LulzSec hacking group
True or False …Who Cares ..Matthew Flannery????

#OPS TOTAL REPAY Wanted just to show police that they are arresting people for nothing because  Anonymous cannot be stopped

Australian police arrest senior member of LulzSec hacking group

Australian police arrest senior member of LulzSec hacking group

What Happened to  this Great Anonymous Hero (leader or not who Knows ) and to many  others,  is that they are martyrs of an unstoppable Idea against the Actual state of military, bankers, politicians, monopolist controls, web surveillance, media mass control and so on.

This sign of the  times  must became an inspiration for more Anonymous and citizens of the New World for the rise against the the actual frame of  “The Barrier”  between  a judge growing number  of Citizens of the World  in total poverty and extremely wealth people who thinks that their Money God will buy more and more police to defend “The Barrier”

“The Barrier” one day will be broken like “The Wall” was demolished
Force and Violence have to Stop

I Hope that for each one they put in jail a thousand will join the Movement until one day we can free them all

Till then after this arrest We must Have an #Ops – Total Repay to show that any member of Anonymous as martyr will only generate more and more in the Strength of the The Idea that brings up the voice of all the citizens of the World

Long live Anonymous

We are Anonymous.

We are Legion.

We do not forgive.

We do not forget.

This was how the News Media started

The 24-year-old man arrested in relation to LulzSec hackings has been identified as Matthew Flannery.(leader of Lulzsec or not )  is a lot of people today

The 24-year-old man arrested in relation to LulzSec hackings has been identified as Matthew Flannery.
The 24-year-old man arrested in relation to LulzSec hackings has been identified as Matthew Flannery.

Expect us.

(Reuters) – The Australian Federal Police said on Wednesday they had arrested a man who they described as a senior member of the group that hacked websites of major corporations, including Sony Pictures, last year.

Police said the 24-year-old man, the self-styled leader of the LulzSec hacking collective, was charged on Tuesday with hacking offences.

LulzSec, an offshoot of the international hacking group Anonymous, has taken credit for hacking attacks on government and private sector websites, including 20th Century Fox and Nintendo.

Anonymous – and LulzSec in particular – became notorious in late 2010 when they launched what they called the “first cyber war” in retaliation for attempts to shut down the Wikileaks website.

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