After remaining silent for many years, it is official. The Anonymous hacker group is back.
Their revival was confirmed by the Facebook page of the Anonymous hacker group, where a person in a black hooded jacket and the signature Guy Fawkes appeared after years of inactivity.
In the video, the figure says “Police brutality and murder is a widespread problem in the United States, which has undoubtedly infected nearly every jurisdiction in the country. But, the Minneapolis police department is among the worst and has a horrible track record of violence and corruption. This week’s brutal killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests and national outrage, is just the tip of the iceberg in a long list of high profile cases of wrongful deaths at the hands of officers in your state.”
The Anonymous Hacker Group hasn’t only spoken against police brutality. They’ve gone a step ahead and released proof on everything that the internet has ever wanted. Some big reveals revolve around Donald Trump, Jeffery Epstein, Princess Diana's death, the Royal Family, Bill Gates, Naomi Campbell's involvement and much more.
What Is The Anonymous Hacker Group?
Anonymous can be defined as a decentralized virtual community. It is a group of hacktivists whose motive is to spread awareness against what it perceives as corrupt entities. They have a history of targeting establishments and corruption, aiming to foster revolutions under the condition of anonymity.
The individuals involved in this group resorted to hacking into computers to steal data such as message records, names, addresses, phone numbers and credit cards. This was done, as they said for the “greater good”
The Anonymous Hacker Group first came to light in 2008, when it released a copyrighted Scientology video starring Tom Cruise was leaked on YouTube.
Since then, the group has been responsible for numerous big reveals in the virtual world. Some of their past operations included ‘Operation Ice ISIS’, where they attacked the terrorist organization's social media accounts and ‘destroyed’ months of recruitment work. Another one of their projects involved threats to release 1,000 KKK members’ names. You can check out their full list of reveals here.
What Has The Anonymous Hacker Group Done Now?
After several years away from the spotlight, the Anonymous Hacker Group is back with a bang. It has made a lot of revelations about some very famous people, while also targeting the Minnesota State Police Department for its role in the killing of George Floyd.
Minnesota State Police Department
Stating that the Minnesota Police Department has one of the worst records track records of violence and corruption, the Anonymous Hacker Group resorted to disable the website and take it offline.
It has also threatened the MPD, saying that it will “expose your many crimes to the world.”
Carrying on with the revolt against the police department, they allegedly hacked into radio frequencies used by the Chicago police department to play N.W.A.’s “Fuck tha Police.”
Jeffrey Epstein’s Little Black Book Released As Well
Ever since his death, sex offender Jeffrey Epstein’s “little black book” has made headlines for all the wrong reasons. The book allegedly contains a list of businessmen, politicians, athletes and public personalities who were associated with Jeffery Epstein.
The book contains records of the contacts he reached out to satisfy his insatiable sexual appetite and is a record of the people whose lives intersected with the paedophile.
While several names in the book were already made public a few years back, the anonymous hacker group has gone to reveal several others as well.
Some of the people whose names have propped up are Rush Hour star Chris Tucker, supermodel Naomi Campbell, Alec Baldwin, Dustin Hoffman, Will Smith and several others. You can check out the name of the others here.
Other Secrets Revealed As Well
Several other allegations form part of the Anonymous Hacker Group’s big internet reveal. A separate file leaked by the group contained information about sexual abuse accusations against US President Donald Trump. During this time, the #OPDeathEaters, associated with the Anonymous hacker group has resurfaced. The campaign originally claimed to carry out an” independent, international, victim-led tribunal/inquiry into trafficking and paedo-sadist industry"
In the course of revealing information, the Anonymous Hacker Group had something to say on Princess Diana’s death as well. The organizations released some documents which pointed to proof that she was killed by the Royal Family
While there’s no way to verify the fact whether the documents were released by the original Anonymous Hacker Group or someone else, the operation has surely set the internet buzzing. With the group promising to reveal more before the 2020 US Presidential elections, it looks like the Anonymous Hacker Group has declared war on the establishment.