Anonymous Hackers Cartels
October 31, 2011 by staff
Anonymous Hackers Cartels, A video on the Internet is a threat in Mexico drug cartel Zetas with exposure of its allies in the local police and the media this week unless the group frees kidnapped a member of the international hacker movement known as “Anonymous” .
The message from YouTube, claiming to be from Anonymous “Veracruz, Mexico and the world”, says he is “tired of the criminal group Los Zetas, which is dedicated to kidnapping, robbery and extortion,” and threatens to fight with information instead of arms.
He said he knows police officers, journalists, taxi drivers and others who work with the Zetas.
The video refers to an unidentified person kidnapped in the coastal city of Veracruz, and say: “.. You have made a big mistake by taking one of us free”
The hacker group, which has been blamed for attacks on websites around the world of business and government, supposedly acting on Friday if the activist is kidnapped or harmed is released, according to the message.
“We can not defend ourselves with guns, but we can with their cars, houses, bars,” the message adds, apparently referring to properties of the supporters of the bill. “It is not difficult. We know who they are and where you are.”
“Information is free,” he says. “We do not forgive. We will not forget.”
An official from the attorney general’s office of the state of Veracruz, which could not be identified because he was not authorized to speak on the subject, said the office could not confirm the authenticity of the video or the kidnapping.
Veracruz, a state of oil in the Gulf of Mexico with a major port of the same name, has seen a surge in drug violence in recent months in what authorities say is a battle between the Zetas cartel, which controls the territory at least a year, and its rivals. Dozens of bodies have appeared in recent weeks, including the dumping of 35 last month on a major road in rush hour traffic in the city of Boca del Rio.
Two publications on the Internet since July have announced the arrival of the group calling itself the “Mata Zetas”, murderers or Zeta, which officials say is likely aligned with the powerful Sinaloa Cartel. Others have raised questions about whether group members are vigilant or other rogue groups taking the law into their own hands against the Zetas.
The new message, presented by someone wearing a mask of theater that is a trademark of Anonymous, was uploaded to websites reported early this month, but was first reported Friday on the website Stratfor global intelligence think tank.
Stratfor, in itsanlysis of the video, said anyone exposed as a collaborator by Anonymous Zetas – accurately or not – could be a target for rival gangs and the Zetas would respond by attacking Internet activists, even if they are affiliated to Anonymous .
Three people have died recently in the northern states of Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas for alleged Zetas who apparently believed the victims used the Internet to disseminate information about the band.
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