posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 11:39 PM
And then he was virtually assaulted by the same. While of course I could say he brought in on himself by saying on twitter anti-hacker things, he does
have the right to say them as a private citizen. It was the fact he was a police member that kind of makes it immoral to say you'd shoot people you
don't agree with.
Since this broke out he deleted his twitter account, since it got him in trouble; the police are investigating one of their own at the behest of
Does this count as the tables turning? Not exactly, but it's a start, some progress into taking down the cops who talk openly about being too
Uhhhhm, I want to make it clear I do not want to see ATS members phoning this guy or emailing him cause what he did was wrong, but even if the police
just gives him a slap on the wrist to satiate the publics demand, he got what he deserved for this careless statement about a desire to kill people
fighting for our internet freedoms.
But don't let me stop you.
A bit more insight, from the oft-mocked gawker website.