You all know the AT&T/iPad emails scandal. Goatse Security group discovered the security weakness in an AT&T Web site for iPad users last week, thousands of emails went public and AT&T criticized the hackers for disclosing the flaw.
The man in the picture is Andrew ‘Escher’ Auernheimer a.k.a Weev, a key member of the Goatse Security. According to CNet , Andrew faces four felony charges of possession of a controlled substance and one misdemeanor possession charge, Foster said. The drugs included cocaine, ecstasy, LSD, and schedule 2 and 3 pharmaceuticals, he said.
Andrew Auernheimer, 24, was being held in Washington County Detention Center in Fayetteville, Ark., according to Lt. Anthony Foster of the Washington County Sheriff’s office in that state. The drugs were found during the execution of the warrant, said Lt. Mike Perryman, of the Fayetteville Police Department. However, Perryman could not say what prompted the warrant.
In March, Auernheimer was arrested for giving a fake name to law enforcement officers responding to a parking complaint in Fayetteville, Perryman said.