Protests are happening in the United States after the video released showing the brutal killing of an unarmed African-American man in the hands of police officers in Minnesota. People from every sector and every part of the world are speaking up against systematic racism in the United State. The International Hacktivist group is known as “Anonymous” has also released the video condemning the corrupt police department. In the video, they demanded the officer who is responsible for the death of George must face murder charges but since they don’t trust corrupt police department to carry out justice, they would be exposing the many crime to the world.
YouTube keeps deleting this video. They’re censoring nothing but facts pic.twitter.com/9Q8NwbK8Xb
— JUSTICE FOR GEORGE FLOYD (@HennyOnMyLips) May 30, 2020
After the release of this vide, The Minneapolis PD website was then hacked by Anonymous threatening to take down another government website for any organization attacking protesters.
The Minneapolis PD website has been taken offline by Anonymous & they're threatening to take down any government website for any organization attacking protestors
— William LeGate (@williamlegate) May 31, 2020
Who is Anonymous?
Anonymous is a decentralized international hacktivist group that has taken responsibility for various cyber attacks against several governments, government institutions, and also the Church of Scientology. Anonymous was first formed in 2003 in the internet forum 4chan. The members of Anonymous aka Anons is popular or known for wearing of Guy Fawkes masks as seen in graphic novel and film V for Vendetta. The group got first media attention when they launched Project Chanology against the Church of Scientology. In 2008, they launch the series of protests, pranks, and hacks that target different branches of the Church of Scientology. Members of Anonymous are all over the world and they retaliate against the injustice of the corporation, agencies and countries. They have also publicly supported WikiLeaks and the Occupy movement.