Anonymous wants to reveal identity in 1000 KKK supporters

Anonymous wants to reveal identity in 1000 KKK supporters

World October 29, 2015 17:45

amsterdam - The hacker collective Anonymous will reveal the identities of more than 1,000 supporters of the Kux Kux Klan (KKK) writes in the collective issued a press statement.

According Anonymous it has the right to disclose the identities, because the KKK,null, are still guilty of violating human rights, is pushing for committing crimes and anything else they want to eliminate. " The action has been dubbed "Operation KKK. " Your organization has been around for over 200 years of blood on his hands, " they write.

Anonymous has a turbulent past, where the group often paralyzed websites or information unearthed by self-proclaimed opponents. After the attacks around Charlie Hebdo early this year hacking collective several extremist websites that the attacks were praised. According to recent estimates, the current KKK still between 5,000 and 8,000 followers, most of whom live in the southern states of the United States.

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