anonymous leaks 2020

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Disambiguation, Jun 1, 2020.

  1. Disambiguation Global Moderator

    First -these are so far unsubstantiated
    In an entirely unsurprising move, the hactivist group Anonymous has surfaced to add its voice to those criticising the Minneapolis Police Department in the wake of the death of George Floyd on May 25. As the widespread civil unrest escalated, the loosely affiliated hackers released a video, threatening Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) that it will “expose your many crimes to the world.”
    Now those threats appear to have come to life, with online claims that MPD’s website was taken offline late on Saturday (May 30), with problems continuing through the night. Accessing the site today, Sunday, users were asked to complete a captcha to ensure they were not automated bots orchestrating a DDoS attack.

    The list with hundreds of names on it was uploaded through a file on their social networks under the name of "The Little Black Book of Jeffrey Epstein", and in it they exposed all the people who attended parties organised by Jeffrey Epstein, where it is said that he "recruited the children."
    The case of Jeffrey Epstein was so impactful that Netflix released a documentary about it. After his guilt had been proven, the businessman is said to have taken his own life rather than spend it behind bars, although there are some who do not believe he committed suicide, but instead was murdered to prevent him from revealing information about others.

    few hours after the Anonymous video hit the internet, the cyber activists exposed the relationship of renowned personalities with the Jeffrey Epstein child trafficking network. These names included Ivanka and Ivana Trump, Naomi Campbell, Chris Evans (the English TV host, NOT the Marvel actor), Mick Jagger and Will Smith, just to name a few.

    Anonymous’ takes credit for hacking the Minneapolis Police website and promises to expose the department's ‘horrific track record of violence'

    • Anonymous claims to have hacked the Minneapolis Police Department website
    • The collective circulated a list of leaked emails and passwords on social media
    • Cybersecurity experts doubt the veracity of the hack and say the emails were likely sourced from previous data breaches in 2019”

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