Jeremy Hammond, the LulzSec hacktivist who has been recently sentenced to 10 years in prison for his role in the attack that targeted Stratfor, will serve his sentence at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI), Manchester.
The Free Jeremy Hammond group has just confirmed that this is the activist’s final destination, after being moved a number of times. FCI Manchester is a medium-security prison for male inmates, located in Kentucky.
Just before being sentenced, Hammond made a statement in which he revealed some interesting things about how US authorities cracked down on the LulzSec group with the aid of Hector Monsegur, aka Sabu.
He explained that he hadn’t even heard of Stratfor before the organization was appointed as a target by Sabu, the hacker whose sentencing was delayed for the fifth time on Monday.