Sunday, January 31, 2016

the masonic militarized overseer militia got publicly depants'd last week...,



motherboard |  All that rich booty first (be sure to get your copy - narrative summary below)

Documents related to a US police association have been dumped online, as well as a database of personal information and member-only forum backup.

The affected organisation is the “Fraternal Order of Police” (FOP), which describes itself as “the world's largest organization of sworn law enforcement officers, with more than 325,000 members in more than 2,100 lodges.”

“We have learned today that our data system has been hacked by the Group known as Anonymous,” said a statement posted on Facebook by the FOP national president Chuck Canterbury on Thursday. The attack “appears to have originated outside of the United States,” the statement continued.

It’s unclear why Canterbury attributed the hack to Anonymous. There is nothing in the dump that suggests someone acting under the Anonymous umbrella was involved.

The dump itself includes hundreds of documents, many of which are so-called “agreements” between US cities and law enforcement associations or lodges of the FOP. These touch on everything from holiday pay to motorcycle cleaning, sick leave, and purchasing of department badges, and date back to 2006. A few text files containing snippets of emails are also in the dump. The files also include a database sourced from the “Grand Lodge,” the national part of the organization, and a backup of the group's forum.