Friday, November 18, 2016

North Dakota Cops Get 'Doxed' and Don't Like It


An Officer smiling as he sprays Warrior Women with OC Spray. Photo copyright by photographer.
By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

The Morton County Sheriff Department -- responsible for shoorting water protectors with rubber bullets, tear-gassing them, beating them, strip searching them, and jailing them in 'dog kennel's with Nazi type numbers written on their arms -- says it has been 'doxed.'
Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier said Thursday, "protestors released personal information, including date of birth and home address, of a Bismarck Police Department officer. Protestors have also publicly identified several other Bismarck Police Department officers and a Morton County Sheriff’s Deputy. The tactic, known as 'doxing' has been used extensively by professional protest groups like “Anonymous” and aims to publically release personal details of targeted individuals, like police officers and elected officials."
Read more of Sheriff Kirchmeier's statement:
http://www.co.morton.nd.us/vertical/Sites/%7B90CBB59C-38EA-4D41-861A-81C9DEBD6022%7D/uploads/11-17_Protesters_Targeting_Officers_Elected_Officials.pdf

Previously, Anonymous warned North Dakota officials that documents would be released if any of the water protectors were harmed. Here's the post by Anonymous:
Anonymous warns the governor to back off or they will release documents showing the conflict of interest and then goes on to say that if one protestor on the Indian side is harmed, Anonymous will “release docs on” the individuals responsible.
Watch the video below:
“We decided to stand with the Native Americans whose land you raped, whose sacred lands you destroyed.”
“We know where you live. Everyone you know. And everything there is to know about you.”
While translating that threat—which extends to individual Guardsmen—is perilous, it has in the past involved monkey wrenching individual credit ratings, cancelling credit cards—electronic mischief ranging from embarrassing to harmful.

19 comments:

  1. Well this is getting interesting. Anonomys needs to know they are already harming Native Americans and their allies. Thank you truth tellers and the brave ones who know how important it is to stand for Justice.

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  2. Sometimes that's just what happens. You can't blame the water defenders if someone decides to target the North Dakota police. The police knew the job was risky when they signed up for it.

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  3. Release all of thier names and info. They should be shamed publicly for thier crimes against humanity. They are lap puppies for DAPL. They aren't simply county officers anymore. They are the militant mafia DAPL army.
    Thier families should be ashamed.

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    1. Yes i agree...lus they covered up all their names and badges,when out beating the water protectors. Let the world know exactly who each and every one involved are,all law enforcement, dapl workers,military,etc...

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    2. I agree that they should be ashamed in the public eye for the tactics used against the Water Protectors They should be held accountable for their actions!!!!!!!!!¡

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  4. Morton County had no idea who they were dealing with. There is highly intelligent and sophisticated individuals on the front lines as well as behind the scenes. The Sioux and allies have had several hundred years to prepare for this stand and the corporation is going DOWN!!!

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  5. Get the information rolling. One too many Protector's are suffering physical abuse with the Law Enforcement of Morton County. Enough is way too much.

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  6. I expression to what is taking place "JUSTIFICATION" is not present, its shrouded in extensive control and manipulation - to protect the interest of Energy Transfer Partners not those whom are actually in need of protection. Upon the Innate structure - Violations of human rights exposure to this currupt policy needs to be known, those responsible held accountable for their un just actions. You chose the path now own up to your accountability!

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  7. That's why the cops are wearing masks and no ID making our legal defense more difficult. Thanks guys.

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  8. It's an act of TERRORISM AGAINST AMERICANS ON AMERICAN SOIL, AND THE GOVERNMENT IS DOING NOTHING TO STOP IT. BIG CORPORATIONS ARE RUNNING OUT AMERICA. I DON'T KNOW IF IT'S RIGHT BUT SOMETHING NEEDS TO STOP THIS ATROCITIES.

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  9. I hope Anonymous will do the same to those they are recruiting for those "law enforcement positions"!!!

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  10. The way I read it they're only exposing the individuals who are being brutal to the water defenders.

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  11. The cops at standing rock who are commuting crimes against humanity deserve everything they get! #NoDAPL

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  12. We just need their info for the lawsuits. Geez

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  13. Anonymous has been saying they were going to do this a long time ago. Nothing but a lot of talk which is disappointing and leaves Anonymous less credible as to what they say they are going to do. Nothing...

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  14. Abandon the Banks the Corporation borrows their money from. Identify them for everyone to know that all accounts can be closed.
    Many Blessings!

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  15. Who is the something you are waiting for to sort this out Superman? There is only one way....YOU YOU and yes YOU!

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  16. Fucking release their names and addresses then go for it.. they blew someones arm off ?
    Fuck these monsters release the hounds on them...

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  17. Some education needed here. Anonymous is not one organization. They are many different groups that don't always agree with each other. Many act independently. You need to be more specific when referring to an anonymous group. Some of these groups even target each other. It would not surprise me if Trump owned his own anonymous group. Basically anonymous is an ideal and method of acting with anonymity. Most of they anon groups do agree on freedom of speech.

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