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Judge Loretta Preska told Hammond in a Manhattan courtroom on Tuesday that he could be sentenced to serve anywhere from 360 months-to-life if convicted on all charges relating to last year’s hack of Strategic Forecasting, or Stratfor, a global intelligence company whose servers were infiltrated by an offshoot of the hacktivist collective Anonymous.
Hammond is not likely to take the stand until next year, but so far has been imprisoned for eight months without trial. Legal proceedings in the case might soon be called into question, however, after it’s been revealed that Judge Preska’s husband was a victim of the Stratfor hack."
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Get off your ass, turn off the Simpsons, and do the job you get paid to do.
If you aren't willing to do the job you have, there are many others that will - and probably without the poor me whiny attitude.
There is no amount of accumulated data that will tell them which people are capable and willing to change their behavior so that they can be an integral part of society.
Can they identify these tumors with a simple blood test now or do they still have to do an invasive biopsy?