Anonymous disclosed the records of the case in which US President Donald Trump and US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein were prosecuted for child abuse.
Actions for George Floyd, killed by police Derek Chauvin in the United States, continue across the country.
Hacker group Anonymous said that the four policemen responsible for the death of George Floyd were tried and the police accused Derek Chauvin of murder, “so we will reveal many of your crimes because you don’t trust your organization to do justice due to corruption.”
Following Anonymous’s announcement, the Minneapolis Police Service (MPD) and the municipality of Minneapolis websites had collapsed. The collapse of police and municipal websites was interpreted as Anonymous’s action.
A few hours later, Trump records were released
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— OpDeathEaters (@OpDeathEaters) February 22, 2019
Anonymous later disclosed the records of the US President Donald Trump and the case in which US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein was prosecuted for child abuse.
“We will disclose your crimes”
Anonymous made a statement in his video, “The officers who kill people and commit other crimes should be asked like everyone else. Otherwise, they believe they have the authority to do what they want” and added:
“Being exposed to the corruption and violence of an organization that promises to keep them safe has taken people’s lives.
“Unfortunately, we do not believe that your corrupt agency will do justice, so we will disclose the many crimes you committed to the world.”
George Floyd incident
On Tuesday (May 26th) in Minneapolis, USA, 46-year-old black George Floyd racist was murdered for several minutes after Derek Chauvin (44) pressed his neck with his knee for a long time.
Floyd’s call “I can’t breathe” came to the world and turned into action with phone cameras.