Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

November 18, 2011

Anonymous Exposing Law Enforcement after Police Brutalize Occupy Movement

Anonymous exposes e-mails of DOJ agent
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

UPDATE Nov. 21, 2011: Anonymous 'doxes' the State of Texas after Occupy Dallas raided by police, and more than a dozen arrested:
(Nov. 18, 2011) Anonymous said today it has hacked the e-mails of a Department of Justice special investigator, which contained messages from ex-wives and girlfriends, and "man seeking woman" responses on Craig's List.

"As part of our ongoing effort to expose and humiliate our white hat enemies, we targeted a Special Agent Supervisor of the CA Department of Justice in charge of computer crime investigations. We are leaking over 38,000 private emails which contain detailed computer forensics techniques, investigation protocols as well as highly embarrassing personal information. We are confident these gifts will bring smiles to the faces of our black hat brothers and sisters(especially those who have been targeted by these scurvy dogs) while also making a mockery of 'security professionals' who whore their 'skills' to law enforcement to protect tyrannical corporativism and the status quo we aim to destroy," Anonymous said.

After naming the agent, Anonymous said, "We lulzed as we listened to angry voicemails from his estranged wives and ex-girlfriends while also reading his conversations with girls who responded to his 'man seeking woman; craigslist ads. We turned on his google web history and watched him look up linux command line basics, golfing tutorials, and terrible youtube music videos. We also abused his google
voice account, making sure Fred's friends and family knew how hard he was owned."
Read more:

Also today, Anonymous announced it has disabled the website of the International Association of Computer Information Systems.

The announcement says, " - TANGO DOWN. For the continued distribution of Law Enforcement instructional materials and  propaganda."

Anonymous continued its releases on Friday of law enforcement documents, following the repeated police beatings and shootings with rubber bullets and bean bags across the United States, including attacks on peaceful protesters at the Occupy sites in Oakland, Berkeley, Denver, Portland and New York City. The police violence has been documented in videos and photographs.

Anonymous said on Friday, "IACIS just shut down its mailing list and urged its users to changed passwords. Though the issue is being rooted."

The IACIS website was offline Friday morning.

On Friday, Anonymous released more law enforcement related documents. Earlier Anonymous identified police officers involved in violence against the Occupy movement.

Today's release includes this document and begins with this statement: "Snoop on to them as they snoop on to us."

Anonymous also released this comment Friday morning, "Good day ladies and gentlemen, we are today's entertainment."

Earlier, Anonymous released a list of police officers, with photos, who beat University of California-Berkeley students. The Alameda Sheriff's Department beat young women in the stomachs with their batons. Read more:

The repeated and savage attacks by Denver police on the Occupy movements also led to exposures there.

In one document, Anonymous said a Denver Police officer stopped veterans in a van because they donated to the Occupy movement. Anonymous said Officer Brian Klaus, Badge no 0409, Officer District 6, Denver Police Department was identified by his business card.

The release states, "Business cards that Officer Klaus and his partner Officer Lang gave me on Nov.15 2011 after giving 2 Vietnam veterans tickets for giving Occupy Denver donations around." Read more:

On Friday, Anonymous also turned its sights on police in Portland, Oregon, for abuse of protesters during the National Day of Action:
Photo by Randy Rasmussen The Oregonian newspaper
Girl being pepper sprayed in the mouth after being
hit with a baton
On Friday, Anonymous was seeking to identify the police officer in Portland responsible for the abuse in the photo.

From the Oregonian:
By Randy L. Rasmussen, The Oregonian
PORTLAND, OREGON -- November 17, 2011 -- A police officer deployed pepper spray at SW Yamhill, between the JP Morgan Chase bank and Pioneer Courthouse Square. The photo was taken from the southeast corner of the square, looking toward the intersection of 6th and Yamhill after a day of marching through downtown Portland, Ore., by Occupy Portland participants.

In other news, a New York Police Department officer pushed a New York Supreme Court Judge against the wall and threatened her with arrest:

New York City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez said he was assaulted by New York police, arrested and denied an attorney in jail:
New York City Councilman Jumaane D. Williams of Brooklyn was arrested Thursday. He tweeted: "I've been released from Central Booking! #Thanks for the support and for the rest of the 99 #arrested for the #99percent! Back to #Brooklyn."

Retired Police Captain Ray Lewis of Philadelphia was also arrested. Lewis was in support of the Occupy movement and photographed with a sign "NYPD WATCH."

Twenty-six journalists have been arrested at Occupy gatherings, including five with New York City press passes.

Also see: Brutal attack in Oakland on second US veteran:
This is a breaking news story that is being updated.

1 comment:

aud805 said...

This is a great resource, thank you so much. It is beyond belief that no one is dong more, those who are supposed to work for us work against us.. and not only this, but they fight against us because they are PAID to (amongst sometimes mental disorders etc). I commend the author of this article and thank you for posting it. I can't wait to share this with... EVERYONE.