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Last month we reported on the “hacktivist” group Anonymous calling for a “Day of Rage” for Sandra Bland. The series of actions were given the name #OpSandraBland, and they warned of a wide range of attacks and fronts for hitting the Waller County Sheriff’s Department on behalf of Sandra.
Now, Anonymous has announced that they have hacked the Waller County Sheriff’s Department and leaked the salaries, addresses, telephone numbers and the like of the deputies involved in the murder of Sandra Bland.
Greetings Waller County Sheriff Department, Are you ready for August 8th? Do you think the city police is ready? Well we are ready. On July 10, 2015, unnecessary force of action was used against Sandra Bland when she was arrested over a minor traffic stop. Officer Encinia used excessive force causing injuries to Sandra which led to her death. We are distraught and angered by the careless response to our demands of arresting officer Brian Encinia and the pedaling of illegitimate and doctored evidence by the media.
Our blood is boiling with rage and on August 8th we will be hitting your servers once more. We will also take our rage to the streets across the nation. We will be protesting at courthouses, parks, police stations, and even at officers homes. We will have our moment of rage for her. We have given you plenty of warning of what is to come.
Not a single sheriff officer in your department has attempted to cross the thin blue line and hold the murderer accountable for his actions. Therefore, in the eyes of FrightSec and in the eyes of Anonymous, you all are just as guilty as he is. As your punishment we are leaking your employee list little by little. The only way to stop this is by crossing the thin blue line and uphold the oath you swore. To protect and serve the citizens and arrest Officer Encinia.
originally posted by: YayMayorBee
a reply to: Bluntone22
I don't believe in mob justice. Everyone, even the officer if accused or charged deserves his day in court. However, I believe that police departments and LEOs need to understand it is the so called, "Thin Blue Line" that people are tired of and is being addressed by mob justice because the system has chosen to ignore it.
originally posted by: Bluntone22
So if somebody gets these addresses and decides to do a vigilante style assassination on a few of these people, will the anonymous group be held legally responsible?