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    There is a story about 9/11 documents being hacked that has been reported in the media this week. It involves blackmail and extortion of rare 9/11 documents. A FORBES variant of the story is here.

    The story is legitimate, and accurate. Cryptome has posted some incomplete links already.

    An April 2018 hacking story involved insurance companies being affected. This is the original report of that hacking from earlier last year.


    Remarkably, Larry Silverstein’s entire legal document archive for his WTC insurance claim and legal proceedings were included in the document haul that was stolen by the hackers. Silverstein’s lawyers had access during their legal proceedings to numerous FAA, FBI, CIA, and general government documents that were never intended to be released to the public. The documents were supposed to have been destroyed or deleted at the close of legal proceedings, but were not. The hackers - a mercenary group openly seeking payment - have now ransomed all those documents. There are 9GB of files. Their early ransom notes have been directed at the US government and airlines, where they announced that an uncensored release of all files would cause a lot of damage. Concurrently, they are also letting the public pay money to encourage further releases.

    The hackers have spent the time since April examining all the documents they stole. They say that many 9/11 conspiracy questions will be answered by the documents in their totality. They have divided up the files into five folders - in increasing order of scandal and damage to the official story - and say that they will release new documents from the haul upon receipt of Bitcoin. They have received more than $20,000 from private donors already, and have released a large number of documents in response. They want much more money, and will probably get at least some of that.

    The first folder, lowest tier, was previewed in segments. It has now been released in its entirety. They have now released documents from the second tier, and a preview release two days ago reportedly has individual documents from all five folders.

    The full 9GB document haul has been uploaded to torrent sites. It is heavily encrypted. As they receive money they are releasing keys to parts of it. Obviously, it would be preferable if they released the documents outright. Anonymous, the other famous hacking group, implored them on Twitter to release all documents. They have not done so yet. They want money.

    Reddit and Twitter are deleting links to the files that have been released to date. There are numerous threads on the front page of Reddit Conspiracy discussing the deletions.

    I have seen numerous documents already. There are multiple new sources of information that will be of interest to the members of this board.

    Jersey Girl Kristen Breitweiser has asked the hackers on Twitter to release all documents.

    I am in Tasmania and on limited internet but will be posting commentary and more when I return. This is a breaking story.


    VICE story on the hack.

    Excerpt from hacker statement 1st Jan 2019.

    we often come across or create situations that turn quite peculiar very quickly. One such case was when we initiated an action against a seemingly ordinary company located in the United States, that unfortunately, didn't turn out the way we wanted. We breached their network and stole hundreds of gigabytes of litigation related documents (and others, that the world may soon come to see). We investigated our grand pile of loot and we found documents in regards to one of the most infamous events in the history of the United States. The key is that the documents were not public, nor would this company want them public. Not to mention thousands of documents surrounding companies such as Monsanto, Bank of America, and many other Fortune 500 companies. Hundreds of thousands of documents. What sorts of documents, specifically? E-mails, retainer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, settlements, litigation strategies, liability analysis, defence formations, collection of expert witness testimonies, testimonies, communications with government officials in countries all over the world, voice mails, dealings with the FBI, USDOJ, DOD, and more, confidential communications, and so much more.
    Last edited by Anthony Thorne; 01-05-2019 at 02:44 AM.

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