Hacktivist Group Anonymous Leaks Identities Of KKK Politicians & Cops



It is understood that Anonymous are the group that had infiltrated where the data has held and released it to the world. Even more shocking is the development that politicians and individuals we all know about could potentially be members of the Ku Klux Klan! 


Government and police departments are not immune as it has been suggested that they have KKK sympathisers in their ranks for a very long time indeed. The Anonymous group have let their supports know that is the one year anniversary of #opKKK and that by November they would press ahead with the initiative of exposing at least 1,000 members of the white supremacist group. 


One thousand people being exposed is a large amount but also in the recent hack it was revealed that 57 phone numbers and 23 email addresses were taken from a hacked 

Twitter social media account. However, the Ku Klux Klan are fighting back by confirming that they will march during the Million Mask March event on the 5th November which is controversial not only for its activities but the message it shows to young children.


 Anonymous in the past has attacked controversial blogs, websites, financial services and even terrorist organisations. They also view the KKK as more than a hate group but also as a terrorist organisation. Formed in 1865, the Ku Klux Klan are highly controversial with their views against any religion or group that does not agree with their white supremacy views. They have a long history and hatred especially of those of African or Hispanic descent and are known for their lynching for their prisoners.



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