Anonymous Declares War on Thai PoliceAdded: Friday, January 8th, 2016
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The well-known hacking collective took down multiple websites in protest against the “scapegoating” of two Burmese men convicted of killing British backpackers in Thailand. Anonymous is a loose international network working with many hacking outfits.
The Anonymous posted links to 15 Thai police online services, including the Bangkok Metropolitan Police Bureau, and published a number of Thai police email addresses, asking the collective members to hack them. Soon enough, 7 of the listed websites were down and 2 links showed a black screen with “Failed Law. We want Justice. #BoycottThailand” text, accompanied with Anonymous’ signature Guy Fawkes mask.
The Thai story was the following: two migrant bar workers were sentenced to death a couple weeks ago for the murder of two British tourists in September 2014. However, the rights groups warned that migrants had previously been falsely accused of crimes in the country – the migrants claimed they had been tortured by police to admit to the brutal beach attack. While the police deny any wrongdoing, they also accused by the defense team of mishandling crucial DNA evidence.
As a result, Anonymous claimed that the Thai police would rather blame foreigners or migrants for crimes in order to protect their tourism industry, citing past murder cases in the country involving foreigners in which non-Thais were first accused but later acquitted. This is why the hacking collective claimed they did not believe the Thai court had convicted the actual murderers.
In response, Thai police spokesman announced they were working to track down the hackers. In the meantime, the defense team is going to apply to the appeals court to commute the sentence or even take their case to the supreme court.
Friday, January 8th, 2016
|posted by (2016-01-08 14:44:13)|
|thank you man|
|They will work longer and harder to find some hackers to punish than they did to find out who the killers are/were.||
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