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TOKYO (AFP) - A computer hacker who taunted Japanese police for months with a string of vexing cyber riddles launched the campaign as part of a grudge against authorities, media reports said Tuesday.
After cracking a set of riddles, police in Tokyo reportedly found a digital memory card attached to a cat's collar which revealed a message saying "a past experience in a criminal case" had caused the hacker to act.
Whatever his motives and as cool as the story sounds with all the mystery and the kittens the guy threatened people so he's a terrorist, and possibly a pussy.
In December 2012 the National Police Agency (NPA) -- Japan's central law enforcement body, comparable to the FBI in the United States -- offered a bounty of ¥3m (£21,000) for a hacker who had been sending emails from computers around the country containing bomb threats against schools and kindergartens, including one attended by the grandchildren of Emperor Akihito
reply to post by Zcustosmorum
you can probably bet that not all the details in this case are public and some of the information released by the authorities may not be all that truthful either. :up