Monsegur pleaded guilty to more than ten charges relating to his hacking
activity. In the following few weeks, he worked almost daily out of FBI
offices, helping the feds identify and ultimately take down the other
high-level members of LulzSec and Anonymous, sources said.
Agents had already subpoenaed Sabu's Facebook account, finding stolen credit card numbers he was selling to other hackers. They had enough to charge him with aggravated identity theft, which carries a two-year minimum sentence.
Needless to say, when their own rear is on the line, they certainly don't stand up for each other. All the LulzSec members, and some anonymous members, just got "pwned" by their own leader.