One University of Pittsburgh Hacker To Plead Guilty|topnews|text|Frontpage

Brett Hudson will admit he’s guilty “and he’s going to get on with his life,” defense attorney Warner Mariani said.

Hudson, 26, of Hillsboro, is scheduled to enter the plea Oct. 17 in federal court. He and Alexander Waterland, 24, of Loveland, were indicted in August on a charge of conspiring to commit interstate extortion using a computer. The FBI said the men claimed to be members of the hacking group Anonymous who had obtained confidential computer information on students and faculty.

Waterland has pleaded not guilty and his attorney didn’t immediately return a call Tuesday. Online court records indicate he still plans to contest the charge at trial.


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2 Responses to One University of Pittsburgh Hacker To Plead Guilty

  1. I though “Anonymous” was Adam Busby, the Scottish terrorist in jail in Ireland. The U.S. Attorney knows that the bomb threats were an in-house job. Waterland and Hudson posted some strange videos to You Tube.The videos are still there. The University of Pittsburgh-joke’em if they can’t take a fuck.

  2. TripodMA says:

    The burning question is still ………….. who left the hand written messages on the wall and in the bathrooms?
    Once they find that out, I really hope you can find an attorney and sue Hickton for malicious prosecution and perhaps conspiracy against rights and deprivation of rights could be applied to certain others.
    Definitely, the FBI agents should have shown their warrant BEFORE they burglarized your apartment and kidnapped you at gun point. There’s case law on that issue.

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