‘Anonymous’ Hackers Threaten Police in Wake of Mike Brown Shooting

Photo: Flickr

Photo: Flickr

Anonymous, the famed Internet hacking group posted a video threatening to retaliate against the Ferguson, Missouri police in wake of the tragic shooting of Mike Brown, an unarmed African American teenager.

Not much is known about the shooting yet, besides it’s another case of police misconduct having deadly consequences in our country.

The group Anonymous is known for stepping in on controversial legal matters.

In the video, a member of the group had this to say, “The entire global collective of Anonymous is outraged at this cold blooded murder of a young teen. Not a week goes by that some young person, usually of minority ethnicity — is slaughtered by murderous police in the USA.”

Anonymous made it very clear in the video exactly what their demands were stating, Congressional representatives and senators from Missouri introduce legislation entitled ‘Mike Brown’s Law’ that will set strict national standards for police conduct in the USA.

As well as direct consequences if any demonstrators are harmed in the protests. “If you abuse, harass or harm in any way the protesters in Ferguson we will take every Web-based asset of your departments and governments offline. That is not a threat. It is a promise.”

These guys mean business. Check out their video.

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