A boy in Britain was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment when he was stealing CIA director account at the age of 15.

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 A boy in Britain was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment when he was stealing CIA director account at the age of 15.


During the period from June 2015 to February 2016, Kane Gambo, then 15 to 16, was stealing targets from Brennan, director of the CIA and deputy director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), Giuliano, who counterfeited the victims of the telecommunications company, received their e-mail and telephone accounts, the British Criminal Court and got it. The extremely sensitive military intelligence action document for Iraq and Afghanistan. Later, Gambo also released some of the information he had obtained and posted it on the Internet. The prosecutor stressed the complexity and continuity of Gambos actions and the damage caused by his actions. His lawyer said that Gambos behavior was naive at that time, and he did not want to hurt anyone. Harden Kaifu, a British judge, said that Gambos cyber terrorism motivated by political motives made the victims feel violated. In October last year, Gambo pleaded guilty to 10 accusations. On the 20 day, he was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment in the London criminal court. He will spend the time in the juvenile detention center. Source: China News Network Editor: Gu Ying _NN6577 During the period from June 2015 to February 2016, Kane Gambo, then 15 to 16, was stealing targets from Brennan, director of the CIA and deputy director of the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), who spoofed the telecom company and got their email and telephone accounts. The British Criminal Court has obtained extremely sensitive documents on military intelligence operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Later, Gambo also released some of the information he had obtained and posted it on the Internet. The prosecutor stressed the complexity and continuity of Gambos actions and the damage caused by his actions. His lawyer said that Gambos behavior was naive at that time, and he did not want to hurt anyone. Harden Kaifu, a British judge, said that Gambos cyber terrorism motivated by political motives made the victims feel violated. In October last year, Gambo pleaded guilty to 10 accusations. On the 20 day, he was sentenced to 2 years imprisonment in the London criminal court. He will spend the time in the juvenile detention center.