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FBI Arrests LulzSec Suspect in Ohio

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The FBI has raided the home of a man in Hamilton, Ohio, who is suspected to have connection to the hacker group Lulzsec. Of course, the FBI isn't saying anything about the matter other than confirming that the raid happened.

This comes after Lulzsec allegedly revealed the man's full name, address, and other contact information for attempting to snitch on the group as member m_nerva. I guess it's like the mafia: "Once you're in, you're in."

It also comes as yet another search in a long string of arrests pertaining to the group. Arrests of Lulzsec and Anonymous members have already occurred in Europe, though many of them have been released on bail and have not been charged at all. So what was the point? More than 40 U.S. residences have also been searched as well but without any subsequent arrests. So again, what was the point? (Other than seemingly showing that they're working on something, anything...)
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