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Shortly after the investigation was opened, Auernheimer's home in Arkansas was raided by the FBI and local police.
He was incarcerated in the Federal Transfer Center, Oklahoma City before being released on $50,000 bail in late February 2011.
On November 29, 2012, Auernheimer wrote an article in Wired entitled "Forget Disclosure – Hackers Should Keep Security Holes to Themselves," advocating the disclosure of any zero-day exploit only to individuals who will "use it in the interests of social justice." [...]Aaron dealt with his indictment so badly because he thought he was part of a special class of people that this didn't happen to. I spent many years thinking people from families like his got better treatment than me.
Even before the Amazon incident, several media publications profiled Auernheimer regarding his hacking and trolling activities, notably The New York Times, in which he claimed to be a member of a hacker group called “the organization,” making $10 million annually.
He also claimed to be the owner of a Rolls-Royce Phantom.
After the Times story on Auernheimer was published, reporters sought out Auernheimer for commentary on hacking-related stories.
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Gawker published a story on the Sarah Palin email hacking incident and prominently featured Auernheimer's comments in the title of the story.