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After Julian Assange crashed and burned in his threat to release documents that expose fraud at Bank of America, many thought he had been only bluffing, and that BofA is actually clean. Not so fast. A member of the hacker collective Anonymous, which singlehandedly destroyed "hacker defense" firm HB Gary, who goes under the handle OperationLeakS "is claiming to be have emails and documents which prove "fraud" was committed by Bank of America employees, and the group says it'll release them on Monday"
Originally posted by Epiphron
Rather than dividing ourselves based on our personal feelings about Anonymous, let's all just keep the bigger picture in mind. These corrupt banks are the bad guys.
I could care less about WHO exposes them, as long as they do get exposed. Forget about the messenger, let's wait and let these emails and documents speak for themselves.
Originally posted by skeptic_al
reply to post by brill
If I was Goldman Sachs, I'd buy the Hacking Group, then contact JP Morgan to tell them about this really hot product they can sell. JP Morgan get lots of Investors, keeps some of the $$$ and passes the rest to Sacks. Sacks, then secretly hedges the Hacking Group to Fail at 1 Quadillion to one with BofA. Then secretly supplies the Hackers with false Information, so the Hacking Group Fails.