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Hackers release financial records for vice president, attorney general, FBI director and others

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posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:24 PM
reply to post by superman2012

Probably checking on all my porn sites right now.

What's the song? "You're Mine"?

This is Brilliant! I'm twitchy all over. Must be too much caffine.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:29 PM
So what does this do if not cause a loss of business to the company that this information was hacked from?

So now that this information is out is someone going to imposter Jay-Z? Unlikely. Some mass arrests going to happen because of the size of a bank account? Even more unlikely. So what's the point?

What does the money tell you if only they are overpaid human(s) that have done nothing for the advancement of human kind other than the dumbing down of our nation and selling us out?

I could go on but I'm not in my typical rant type mood. Just a waste of time if you ask me, unless there is a big picture that I'm missing, if so please inform me as all I've seen being hacked is useless information.

Congratulation's you hacked into the 1%'s bank accounts. They take any money and give to the poor? Maybe a transfer to the swiss banks or something better?

Please advise,

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:31 PM
This is a pre-text to control and then tax the internet by the government. What if each email you sent was a penny. A study a few years ago said there were about 300 billion email messages sent per day. That is 1.1 trillion a day in mail and we wonder why the post office is going away. They want it too. Screw stamps we have the internet. We are all connected to it. Need it. So, soon, you will work for internet access, food or Starbucks.

We pay out the wazoo for data plans on top of our cell plans on top of our texting plan. Then there is home interet, cable and phone and then there is the hotpot. WTF? The government sees and can find anything. We are too connected. All that money for the same thing.

An attack on the office of the president??? We have to do something. Make it to expensive for the poor i mean middle class...

So, they scare us with gun control, tax the hell out of us and then will take away the only way to communicate.

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posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:34 PM
This thread is dangling the food in front of me - I want it one my plate, how the'F can i get it? Whats the web page RT is talking about?

I'm really interested in Jay Z's, he no doubt has ties to the President and if theirs financial ties, well then # just got real.

Nice thread, best in a while

Damn never mind, link here
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posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 03:50 PM
Well, they release the records of what was ACTUALLY reported. What they actually HAVE is another matter.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 04:42 PM
Always wondered what the bossman (Mueller) got for a salary.. and we grunts who get to be shot at, knived, hit, spit at, and oh yeah attacked just for working there, make what? WHAT?

The saying: Twice nothing is still nothing.. comes to mind..

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 04:48 PM

Originally posted by superman2012
reply to post by Senduko

Looks like he has more than 99 problems now...

If you don't get like 10,000 stars for this I will be pretty upset!! I am still in tears from this!!

And a bitch aint one.....

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 04:59 PM

Anyone call any of the numbers, you have to post here and let us know if anyone answered.

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 05:32 PM
reply to post by macman

opend it on my laptop which i use for such things(incase of virus etc) bidens was just his ssn and list of previous addresses cheif of las credit report addresses and phone number(and a video that plays in background by NWA)

gibsons credit report addresses and ssn posted

holderes addresses ssn and dob and his credit report... nothing really earth shattering but probably inconvenient for them more then anything

posted on Mar, 11 2013 @ 06:13 PM
reply to post by esdad71

Tough luck for the post office, is my view.

They deserve an arse kicking for not being at the spearhead of the internet revolution IMO.

The writing was on the wall from the first email sent, they should have been one of the largest and most profitable ISP's on the planet (as should every country's post office), but they ignored it, made a terrible business decision and are now paying for it in loss of business.

If a business is selling peanuts and refuses to sell anything else in a world that's eating hazelnuts, it's goodbye peanut business...and rightly so. You can't force people to eat peanuts because you refuse to sell hazelnuts.

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 04:31 AM
He used wget, so that rules out anon...

they need loic frontend to run a ping...

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 06:49 AM
I've said it once, and i'll say it again: These acts will be the neccessary catalyst for governments to legitimize internet censorship and complete internet control. Because of this, we should be asking why release these particular financial records?

We have automobile industries that use fear and murder in order to suppress alternative fuels and information regarding technology that can lead to the average person saving money/time in their life. Hell, look what they did to the guy who invented the windsheild wiper!

We have big pharma who will stop at nothing to corrupt natural cures for diseases, namely cancer. So many examples of large industries that are doing traceable crimes, which if brought to light in court would stand for justice.

Yet, these hackers - somehow skilled enough to get financial records of an attorney general and FBI director - decide to release information and use their skills for purposes that ultimately lead to no power structure change in the very power structure people claim they are somehow exposing.

In the end, all these 'anons' and all these 'hackers', all the way back to Julian Assange seem to do nothing. Releasing no information that creates a change in the system it claims to be exposing - yet at the same time committing crimes worth condemning the free use of internet and technology.

Since that is the case, it is possible that most of these hackers and controlled hack groups, are either inside jobs or entirely controlled outside jobs being used for a grand scheme of one day getting rid of the free internet.

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 07:58 AM
What an odd list of characters..

I think the link here, is them telling us to see who these people all got to do their finances.. and perhaps look at them.

No way in hell im downloading those zip files.. at-least not until im at a public internet cafe.

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 01:36 PM
I feel like men in black suits will come kick your door down if you visit this website...

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 02:02 PM
Could be a perfect breeding ground for a new PDF Virus.....
2nd line

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 02:46 PM
I've checked the site, it looks like someone's trying to take it down.. some of the profiles are still there including Hillary, Kim K, Britney S, E. Holder.. I wonder what criteria they are determining whose information has to be off sooner and why.

I got my friend to dial up Paris Hilton's numbers... would have made an awesome crank call had not a machine answered saying "The recipient of the number you dialed is not receiving incoming calls at this time"

Booooooo waste of time

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 03:35 PM
Damn I jumped on this train too late. It seems it's down now, boo!
But it is a bit baffling why these people and how, I mean, wouldn't they make sure their information is highly protected?

Something smells a wee bit fishy

posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 04:14 PM
reply to post by RooskiZombi

Site is up, and it seems its running some software to prevent DDOS attacks
I can still access em

posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 02:09 AM

Originally posted by macman
reply to post by Senduko

Nice. Good on the hackers.

I do see it as a criminal activity, and part of me really thinks it is wrong.

But, the other half is gleeful that the supposed powerful people are reduced to this and reminded that they too can be compromised.

how exactly is knowing they can be compromised a good thing? powerful people knowing that become powerful people who push for more protection. Push for more protection means internet as we know it changes.

posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 02:39 AM

Originally posted by SeenAlot
I almost saved it, but his SS# was there and saving is a crime. (he77, so is looking, and sharing).

You know... Opening a PDF file ___is___ saving. You guys should respect other people's privacy no matter who they are.

Not saying it's not funny, but still...

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