Anonymous hacking group hack Chicago Police Department radios and play NWA’s “F*** tha police”

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#GeorgeFloydProtests: Anonymous hacktivists hack Chicago Police Radios to play N.W.A.’s ‘F*ck tha Police’

This is the Anonymous of the old! The hackers collective yesterday continued with its #GeorgeFloydProtests by hacking into the Police radios of Chicago Police Department. Anonymous has already brought down the Minneapolis Police Department website as a protest and hacked into the United Nations website. It has already leaked the Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book which details the sex offender’s links with whos-who in America.

The riots and the protest continued in the United States with small towns and cities like Fergusson joining in the protests. #GeorgeFloydProtests and #GeorgeFloydMurder were trending throughout yesterday and today in protest against the custodial death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Floyd was killed in custody when on-duty police officer Derek Chauvin applied a choke-hold on him. The rioters/protestors are demanding arrest of  Chauvin who has already been charged with the murder of George Floyd.

The Anonymous hacking group yesterday released another video warning the United States administration of further attacks.

“This week’s brutal killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests and national outrage, is just the tip of the iceberg in a long list of high profile cases of wrongful deaths at the hands of officers in your state,” the message from Anonymous reads.

Also, read Anonymous hacktivists hack and deface United Nations website, leak Jeffery Epstein’s Black Book

Anonymous hacktivist group hack the Chicago Police Radio

In a separate hacking incident, the hackers belonging to Anonymous hackers collective hacked into the police band of the Chicago Police radio systems had been hijacked and played Notorious B.I.G.’s “F*** the police” and polka music. Twitter handles linked to Anonymous hacking groups claimed this was being done to protest against the brutal killing of George Floyd and to prevent the police from communicating with each other to stop the protesters.

The unauthorized police broadcast was also caught by a YouTube channel live-streaming Chicago police radio frequencies over the weekend.

For the uninitiated, NWA’s F**k Tha Police is considered a cult protest medium by protestors. It first appeared in the 1988 album Straight Outta Compton as well as on the N.W.A’s Greatest Hits compilation. The lyrics protest police brutality and racial profiling and the song was ranked number 425 on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

 

An old Anonymous campaign about pedophiles and sex-trafficking, #OPDeathEaters, has restarted. Originally initiated years ago as an “independent, international, victim-led tribunal/inquiry into trafficking and paedo-sadist industry”, the campaign has leaked the Jeffery Epstein’s Little Black Book diary. It is not known whether Epstein’s diary is from the earlier Anonymous hack or from the latest hacking spree. The contents of the diary have yet to be independently verified.

The United Nations website hacked by Anonymous is still showing the defaced page while the Minneapolis Police Website is intermittently opening and leads visitors to verify they were humans and not bots—a sign that a massive DDOS attack took place.

This is a developing story and we will keep you updated.

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