A Gawker article names two (former) members of Anonymous who , according to Gawker, have become disenfranchised with the group and are providing law enforcement with chat logs planning crimes as well as the identity of some members. The logs give a look at the group from the inside and refute some of the group’s claims about a lack of leadership.
In the article Gawker claims the logs show “a collective of ecstatic and arrogant activists driven to a frenzy by a sense of their own power—they congratulated one another when Hosni Mubarak resigned, as though Anonymous was responsible—and contain bald admissions of criminal behavior that could serve as powerful evidence in criminal proceedings if the internet handles are ever linked to actual people,” and that they “seem to prove that members of Anonymous were involved in hacking into Gawker's servers last December.”
The two former members make some claims as well, specifically that after handing the information to the FBI and DOD only to be told “as an agent on that case, I'm not going to discuss ongoing investigative matters." The members also claim that Anonymous “are becoming arrogant sociopaths,” “They're recruiting children. I am a pretty far left person—I believe in privacy and free expression, but Anonymous is a vigilante group now. A mob without conscience. And I worry they will radicalize even more. In short, I believe they're on their way to becoming a genuine threat.” Barrett Brown, an Anonymous spokesman seems to agree stating "I can also confirm that we have become vindicative megalomaniacs."
It’s a good read and includes some of the logs. However it’s worth keeping in mind that any information “leaked” regarding hackers or trolls should be taken with a plate full of salt, especially when regarding Anonymous as anybody can make wild claims. Futhermore Gawker has had problems with both Anonymous and 4chan, which is closely linked to the group in the past, so they have a personal stake in this.