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Anonymous Hackers threaten to ‘Expose the many Crimes’ of Minneapolis Police

Team Udayavani, Jun 1, 2020, 10:00 AM IST

Hacker group Anonymous released a video on Facebook after George Floyd’s death saying that the group will expose ‘many crimes’ of the US police. They had successfully disabled the Minneapolis Police Department website, in retaliation for the murder of George Floyd

The disruption to the Minneapolis municipal sites came after a Facebook page claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous posted a video on May 28 warning the Minneapolis PD that it “will be exposing your many crimes to the world”

In a message posted on the Anonymous Facebook page with 11 million followers on May 29, the hacker collective has accused the Minneapolis force of condoning the behaviour that led to the death of African-American George Floyd.

The narrator said, “People have had enough of this corruption and violence from an organization that promises to keep them safe”

At the end of the video, the hacker group said it does not trust the Minneapolis Police Department to “carry out justice” and ended the message with a reference to the bible, stating: “We are legion.”

It is said that, in the video the voice of the narrator was digitally changed to make identification of the person impossible.

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