Friday, January 4, 2013

Hacker Group Slams Small Town Rape Scandal

This is interesting. The hacker group known as Anonymous launched an online campaign to bring attention to a small town scandal involving allegations of rape by members of the high school football team and a coverup to protect the players allegedly involved.

Social media casts spotlight on Ohio rape case - CNN.com: "'The town of Steubenville has been good at keeping this quiet and their star football team protected,' an Anonymous member wearing the group's trademark Guy Fawkes mask says in a video posted to the group's LocalLeaks website.

The organization, he says, will not allow 'a group of young men who turn to rape as a game or sport get the pass because of athletic ability or small-town luck.'"

(Via CNN.)

Anonymous is pretty well known for targeting those they believe are wrong or unjust. The story is worth the read.

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