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Anonymous Intercepts Call from FBI to Scotland Yard

eldavojohn (898314) writes | more than 2 years ago

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eldavojohn (898314) writes "Fifteen minutes of a call from January 17th has been released by Anonymous as proof that they intercepted the communication between the FBI and Scotland Yard. The call, devoted to tracking and prosecuting members of Anonymous, was presented as evidence to back up claims that Anonymous has been 'able to continuously read their [FBI] internal comms for some time now.' From the AP article, 'Those on the call talk about what legal strategy to pursue in the cases of Ryan Cleary and Jake Davis — two British suspects linked to Anonymous — and discuss details of the evidence gathered against other suspects.' The conference call can be found on Youtube."
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