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article imageNotorious hacker of Bush's email sentenced to 4 years

By Walter McDaniel     Jun 10, 2014 in World
The man known as 'Guccifer' who reportedly hacked into personal George W. Bush accounts has been caught and imprisoned. Before he got caught he revealed some rather embarrassing information on Bush as well as his family.
The pictures shared from George W. Bush included portraits of himself he had done in the bath and shower. They were not particularly flattering to say the least. Family members were also hacked and had their information aired on the web. The incident left Bush quite bothered but international laws kept him from even finding the culprit, much less extraditing him to the United States.
According to early reports the online identity allegedly belonged to 42-year-old Marcel Lazar Lehel. He had apparently gotten away with quite a few hacking activities for some time. His punishment includes jail time, a significant fine and confiscation of his laptop. Whether this will deter him in the future is unclear but he will definitely be under surveillance.
'Guccifer' even managed to grab some emails sent between Colin Powell, our former U.S. secretary of state, and Romanian/European Parliament Representative Corina Cretu. They had to deny allegations of an affair after this. However the final straw probably came when he hacked accounts held by Head of Romania's Secret Service George Maior.
The man known 'Guccifer' was a simple cab driver who worked between Romania and Hungary by day. By night he would attempt to break into the personal files of some incredibly famous celebrities. According to a report by 'The Smoking Gun' he succeeded on many accounts. While he is certainly out of commission we will keep our eyes peeled for any 'copycat' hackers who may arise to claim his identity.
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