A hacking group called “The Dark Overlord” claims to have gained access to a huge batch of documents that they say will expose various conspiracies surrounding the 9/11 attacks. They are demanding a ransom otherwise they will release the documents to the public.
Hackers have threatened to expose secret documents from the computer systems of a law firm, which they claim are related to 9/11.
The hackers, known as The Dark Overlord, say that the documents from Hiscox Syndicates will be released unless a hefty, yet undisclosed, ransom is paid.
While the nature of the documents remains unclear, the hackers claim that they could provide answers about 9/11 conspiracies.
They tweeted: “We’ll be providing many answers about 9.11 conspiracies through our 18.000 secret documents leak from @HiscoxComms and others.”
So far, the hackers have published a small set of letters, emails and documents that mention several law firms, as well as the Federal Aviation Administration and the Transport Security Administration.
The ransom note, which was first reported by Motherboard, included a 10 GB archive of files, which is encrypted.
However, the hackers say they’ll release decryption keys unless the ransom is paid.
We’ll see what happens with this, but it is pretty clear with what information that is already in the public domain that the official 9/11 story is total and complete bullshit. Of course any additional information that is released is more than welcome.
— thedarkoverlord (@tdo_h4ck3rs) December 31, 2018
At this point in time, we can safely say that 9/11 was an operation conducted by the Israelis with cooperation from the Saudis. There were also Jews and other rogue assets inside the United States who aided in the operation.
The operation was designed to drag the United States into waging endless wars in the Middle East for the benefit of Israel. All in the name of so-called “war on terrorism.”