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Anonymous Steals UK Police Email Addresses, Then Asks For Their Partnership

Anonymous Steals UK Police Email Addresses, Then Asks For Their Partnership

by Brad MerrillNovember 15, 2012

Anonymous is the loose-knit “hacktivist” group around the world credited with some of the biggest hacks in the world, including Sony, Universal, Visa, Mastercard, and many others.

Last year, Anonymous stole email, passwords, and information from a company in Atlanta that subcontracts for the FBI.

Now, according to the Associated Press, Anonymous has stolen email addresses from a froum called UKPoliceOnline. They then used those email addresses to send a “manifesto” to current and former members of British Law Enforcement.

“We know that most of you are working-class people, like the majority of us, and that you too have mortgages, student loans, or your children do, and other debts as well. Don’t defend the traitors against us, your fellow citizens, who pay your wages, and whom you are supposed to protect against criminals like the banksters and the other parasites who are sucking the life out of the nation,” the message read in part. “We offer you our hands in friendship. Join us.”

US Metropolitan Police representatives have told the Telegraph that they’re aware of the incident, and that an investigation is underway. They note that their own systems have not been compromised in any way. Furthermore, they have advises officers to take “precautionary steps” to protect the integrity of their email accounts.

The email in its entirety reads:

A message to the Police and Armed Forces in the U.K:

Hello members of our U.K. police and armed forces.

We are Anonymous and we invite you to stand with us, on our side on the historic day of November the 5th 2012, to proclaim and celebrate the True Jubilee and cancel all debts, including yours and those of your families, and to share in the redistribution of the land and wealth, that has been fraudulently stolen from us all by the crown, its cronies and the fat-cat banksters, with the assistance and complicity of their puppet politicians.

We know that most of you are working-class people, like the majority of us, and that you too have mortgages, student loans, or your children do, and other debts as well. Don’t defend the traitors against us, your fellow citizens, who pay your wages, and whom you are supposed to protect against criminals like the banksters and the other parasites who are sucking the life out of the nation.

We call on you to do the right thing for once and stand with us, not against us, as we are doing this for YOUR benefit too.

How would you like to have your mortgage-debt forgiven, and keep your property, and receive a share of the nation’s stolen wealth, and also get a large piece of land where you can build a big house and grow your own food, and raise your children happily and safely?

Under your uniform you are one of us and we are you. United we stand and can make this world a better place for all of us.

We offer you our hands in friendship. Join us.

We are not against you, only against the evil system that you defend, and we appeal to your consciences to stop protecting the traitors and banksters, and protect us from them instead.

Brothers in arms, join us and end wars and poverty.

United we stand.

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Brad Merrill
Brad Merrill is the founder and former editor of VentureBreak.