posted on Mar, 23 2017 @ 12:24 AM
Since the translated code points to a url, is there any way to prove said url pointed to those coordinates prior to the attack? Or was the site simply
altered after the fact, even though the url predated it? If the former, then this is disturbing for obvious reasons, and I suspect whoever made that
post - if they're alive - will receive a knock on their door soon enough. If the latter, or if no one knows because no one checked the url until after
the attack, then there's a chance this could just be a convincing hoax.