Teen Hackers Who Hacked The Personal Emails Of Obama's CIA Chief Do The Same To FBI Official Due To Investigation
November 5. 2015
CIA Director John Brennan
Two teenagers known as "Cra*kas With Attitude" hacked the email of CIA chief, John Brennan. The hackers forwarded the emails to Wikileaks, who posted it on their website. The emails contain the social security numbers, passport numbers and birthdays of Brennan's family members. The emails also contain items on torture. Brennan has expressed his anger at being hacked.
Brennan stated, "I was certainly outraged by it. I certainly was concerned about what people might try to do with that information. I was also dismayed at how some of the media handled it, and the inferences that were in there. Brennan further stated, "Although we are government officials, we also have family and friends, bills to pay, things to do in our daily lives, and the way you communicate these days is through the Internet. The implication of some of the reporting was that I was doing something inappropriate or wrong or a violation of my security responsibilities — which was certainly not the case. What it does is to underscore just how vulnerable people are to those who want to cause harm. We really have to evolve to deal with these new threats and challenges..."
President Barack Obama has torn up the U.S. Constitution in favor of illegally spying on whoever he feels like, receiving unlawfully complied reports containing the private emails, wiretap transcripts and computer contents of select, innocent private citizens, all done via criminal hacking, phone hacking and warrantless wiretapping. Said innocent targets include select doctors, scientists, corporate executives, journalists and bloggers, who've committed no crimes. He then illegally uses the information/ideas from the illegal surveillance for political policies and initiatives he takes full credit for. It is a sick form of plagiarism. For more information see: Obama Administration Speech Writers Illegally Spying On Reporters, Journalists And Bloggers Then Unlawfully Using The Data In The President's Speeches.
Brennan further stated, "Although we are government officials, we also have family and friends, bills to pay, things to do in our daily lives, and the way you communicate these days is through the Internet. The implication of some of the reporting was that I was doing something inappropriate or wrong or a violation of my security responsibilities — which was certainly not the case."
That's quite ironic, considering Brennan via the CIA, NSA and FBI, hacks the emails of law abiding Americans and international citizens in violation of domestic and international law. Brennan and others in the aforementioned federal agencies are in illegal possession of hacked emails of innocent people, containing private information regarding them and their families, after having unlawfully committed hacking for political and financial gain.
Now he's seeing firsthand what a terrible privacy violation such conduct constitutes. Not a pleasant feeling, is it. As the phrase goes, "You reap what you sow." While the Judiciary Report does not agree with hacking, the aforementioned government entities break the law everyday in this manner, doing whatever the heck they feel like with law abiding people's private, sensitive emails they unlawful hack. Therefore, it is hard to feel sorry for them in such situations, after they've so violated the public in the same manner.
In another related incident, the two teen hackers involved hacked an FBI official for daring to investigate them hacking the CIA director (LOL). The teens hacked the email account of FBI Deputy Director Mark Giuliano, swiped the emails and even called him...repeatedly. Giuliano responded, "I don't know you but you better watch your back."
CIA director ‘outraged’ over hack of personal emails and criticizes media’s handling of email
November 4th, 2015, by Jon E. Dougherty - CIA Director John Brennan addressed for the first time the hack of his personal email account, describing himself as “outraged” over an incident that demonstrates how challenging it is in the Information Age to protect intelligence and national security. “I was certainly outraged by it,” he said Oct. 27 during an intelligence conference at George Washington University, when CNN asked about his reaction to learning of the hack.
“I certainly was concerned about what people might try to do with that information,” Brennan added. “I was also dismayed at how some of the media handled it, and the inferences that were in there.” Earlier reports noted that a self-professed high school student claimed to have hacked Brennan’s email the previous week. The document leak website WikiLeaks then published some of the contents of Brennan’s emails a few days later...
Teen who hacked CIA head going after FBI official
11/05/15 10:15 AM EST - The teenaged hackers who exposed the personal email account of CIA head John Brennan are hacking into more government officials’ accounts in retaliation for the FBI investigation into their actions. The duo, which calls itself Crackas With Attitude, told Vice Motherboard Wednesday that they have hacked into FBI Deputy Director Mark Giuliano’s personal account.
One of the hackers, known as Cracka, told the publication
that they had also obtained Giuliano’s phone number and called
him. “I called it and asked for Mark and he's like ‘I don't know
you but you better watch your back’ and then he hung up and I
kept calling and he was getting mad then he didn't pick up,”
Cracka told Motherboard via online chat...
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