Anonymous Is Back! This Time More Expressively…
After nearly 3 years of dormancy, on May 29, The Anonymous group posted a video message on their Facebook page promising to expose the “many crimes” of the Minneapolis city’s police to the world. The video stated, “Police brutality and murder is a widespread problem in the United States, which has undoubtedly infected nearly every jurisdiction in the country. But, the Minneapolis police department is among the worst and has a horrible track record of violence and corruption. This week’s brutal killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests and national outrage, is just the tip of the iceberg in a long list of high profile cases of wrongful deaths at the hands of officers in your state.”
Re-emerging in the wake of violent protests in Minneapolis over the death of George Floyd, the hacktivist group temporarily took the Minneapolis police department website offline over the weekend in a suspected Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack. A database of email addresses and passwords having been claimed to be hacked from the police department’s system is in wide circulation too. However, Troy Hunt, stated that the credentials have been compiled from older data breaches. Furthering in the series of events, a page of a United Nations agency has been hacked into a memorial for Mr Floyd, replacing its contents with the message “REST IN POWER GEORGE FLOYD!”
Other than promising to expose the Minneapolis city police, in the video, the Anonymous group also threatened to produce evidence regarding Donald Trump, Jeffery Epistein, Princess Diana’s death, the Royal Family, Bill Gates, Naomi Campbell’s involvement and many more.
Keeping their promises, the hacktivist group revealed in a tweet that Princess Diana’s death was a murder planned and executed by the British royal family. In their tweet, Anonymous revealed that Princess Diana had become aware of a sex trafficking ring that the royal family had been involved with and was working on collecting testimonies of victims. A 2002 article that was published by The Guardian had also confirmed that Princess Diana possessed a tape consisting of the testimony of a victim who was raped in the palace.
Furthering with their revelations, the group tweeted:
In fact, some tweets of Anonymous ‘exposing’ the said people are disappearing from Twitter. However, the netizens have already saved them.
The lawsuits that are revealed, talk about child rape and can be read here.