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A message from Anonymous trending on twitter

Anonymous, the Batman-like vigilante of the web that was once generally dreaded, presently has all the earmarks of being back in real life. The cases have been advanced graciousness a viral video posted initially on Anonymous Facebook page itself, where the once-dreaded outline of a dark hooded coat and the mark Guy Fawkes cover has shown up following quite a while of relative idleness. In the video, the figure revolts against police fierceness considering the ongoing homicide of George Floyd by ex-official of the Minneapolis Police Department, Derek Chauvin.


In the video, the figure says, “Police brutality and murder is a widespread problem in the United States, which has undoubtedly infected nearly every jurisdiction in the country. But, the Minneapolis police department is among the worst and has a horrible track record of violence and corruption. This week’s brutal killing of George Floyd, which has sparked protests and national outrage, is just the tip of the iceberg in a long list of high profile cases of wrongful deaths at the hands of officers in your state.”


The message features the inaction of US cops who remain by culprits of viciousness and sit idle, in this way being complicit to such demonstrations of brutality too. It closes with a reverberating sentence, expressing that start May 29, Anonymous will uncover the “numerous wrongdoings” of United States police divisions. Prior today, about a day after Anonymous, posted the message, reports by US residents began asserting that the site of the Minneapolis police division was pulled down, purportedly by Anonymous. While News18 could affirm that the police division’s site was to be sure down as of 3 PM IST, it couldn’t check on the off chance that it was crafted by Anonymous’ individuals.

The video message further states, “In the past two decades, 193 people have been killed by police in Minnesota, including the deaths of Jamar Clark, Philando Castle, Justine Damond, Thomas Blevins, and Brian Quinones. These are only the cases that caught headlines, where videos and other evidence prove that the police are lying.” It eventually states that the “travesty has continued for far too long, and the people have had enough.”

Towards the end of the message, Anonymous says, “You may have fired the officer to save face, but it is obvious that this type of behavior is condoned, if not encouraged in your department, as it is in others. Officers who kill people and commit other crimes need to be held accountable just like the rest of us; otherwise, they will believe they have the license to do whatever they want.”

There is another video surfacing

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