[CAUTION – #TANGODOWN LOOKS LIKE FAKE !]
Hackers claiming to be of international network take over site that reviled Heather Heyer, who was killed in Charlottesville: Hackers claiming to be from the international hacking network Anonymous have taken over the Daily Stormer, a neo-Nazi and white supremacist website that attacked the woman killed during violence at a far-right rally in Virginia on Saturday. A post on the homepage of the website was headlined: “End of hate: Anonymous now in control of Daily Stormer.” The Daily Stormer is founded and edited by US-born Andrew Anglin, who endorsed Donald Trump for president and recently told reporters he was living in Lagos, Nigeria. A post by Anglin published on Sunday was headlined: “Heather Heyer: woman killed in road rage incident was a fat, childless 32-year-old slut.” Heyer, a legal assistant who had championed civil rights issues, was killed on Saturday when a car ploughed into a crowd of protesters who had assembled to challenge a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. The web-hosting company GoDaddy said on Sunday it had given the Daily Stormer 24 hours to move its domain to another provider after the article denigrating Heyer was published. The post signed off by Anonymous said it had taken the site in Heyer’s name, stating she was a “victim of white supremacist terrorism”. The post signed off by Anonymous said it had taken the site in Heyer’s name, stating she was a “victim of white supremacist terrorism”. “For too long the Daily Stormer and Andrew Anglin have spewed their putrid hate on this site,” it said. The group said it would be publishing details of Anglin’s location and was sending “allies in Lagos to pay him a visit in person”. “This evil cannot be allowed to stand,” it continued. “It took a united force of elite hackers from around the world to breach the systems and the firewall.
anm dokmz: Wähle deine Realität: a) Die Website wurde gehackt und morgen gibt es eine Adresse von Andrew Anglin (Frage: Warum ist das Ding ansonsten unverändert online?), oder b) das ist eine Nebelkerze, um das morgige Domainabschalten durch GoDaddy vorzubereiten und eine Opferrolle zu schaffen (Frage: Wird dann wird die Adresse von Andrew Anglin öffentlich gemacht?)