Friday, FTVLive told you about the ABC Staffer that was indicted for helping Hackers gain entry into the Tribune computer system.
Matthew Keys was working at Tribune owned KTXL in Sacramento, when he was fired from his job.
After his firing, the Justice Department says Keys gained access to an Anonymous chat room and proceeded to provide the group with passwords to Tribune's computer system. The JD says hackers used that info to hit Tribune websites including the LA Times.
Keys has says he found out about the indictment on Twitter.
He faces up to 30 years in prison and a maximum fine of $250,000.