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Mathew
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Mathew,
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4/18/2012 | 3:36:14 PM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
Actually, his *girlfriend* owns the iPhone ...
clayguthrie29
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clayguthrie29,
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4/18/2012 | 3:28:33 PM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
What more can you expect from a guy who owns an iphone?
JDoc
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4/17/2012 | 1:35:54 PM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
Or maybe they wanted this to go out. These people are insanely smart they would not mess up so easily and if they do they know how to fix it so fast that it seemed like they could be in multiple places.
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4/17/2012 | 6:05:44 AM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
That's some pretty good detective work by the bureau on the GPS coordinates, but as far as the thing with the screenshot of his Skype account, he has to be kicking himself over that one.
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AustinIT
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4/16/2012 | 6:42:02 PM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
Looks like he hit the bit bucket
lacertosus
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lacertosus,
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4/16/2012 | 3:56:44 PM
re: Anonymous Hacker Girlfriend Pictures Revealed Much, Police Say
Whatta rookie mistake!!!


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