Hacker ‘Guccifer’ in court after breach of high-profile emails of US President George W. Bush. To protect personal information, get help from Omega.

  • Team Omega
  • April 7, 2016

Marcel Lazar Lehel aka “”  was in the US court earlier this week after being charged with cyber-stalking, unauthorized access to a protected computer, hacking into emails of high-profile people like the ‘family members of two former US Presidents, a former member of the US Joint Chief of Staff and a former US presidential advisor’ according to the charge.

Lehel has been charged with a total of 9 counts of US-Federal indictments, and is likely to be sentenced for a maximum of 20 years in prison, according to the US Attorney Maya Song.

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