The Dark Overlord hacker group has released decryption keys for the second batch of 9/11 documents, totaling over 7,500 files. Additional document leaks containing “more secrets” and “more truth” have been promised, for a price.
Decryption keys are released for the second batch of 9/11 documents in total over 7,500 files by the Dark Overlord hacker group. Additional leaked documents contain more secrets and more are on offer for a price.
Last weekend already a batch of 18,000 documents were made available on the darknet by the hackers along with the decryption keys. This was supposed to be a part 1 of the dump. Initially, the hackers demanded an unspecified bitcoin ransom to keep them unreleased, these supposedly stolen documents from insurance companies, law firms, and government agencies.
After failing to adhere to the ransom demands, the hacker group made the part 1 of the public after collecting $12000. Later they also released part 2 of the documents without even achieving the funding target on Wednesday.
Ever since the incident has taken place there is no foul smell detailing the conspiracy or government involvement in the terrorist attacks surfaced.
Instead of this, the document shows an entirely different picture where insurance litigators brainstorming to see who they could sue for damages in the wake of the attacks. The emails suggest the lawyers discussing targeting the airlines, airplane manufacturers, the Federal Aviation Authority, the terrorists themselves, and foreign entities.
The documents give an idea of how the lawyers considered taking action against the Boeing for not fitting the 757 and 767 aircraft used in the attacks with automatic transponders. The documents indicate that the lawyers admitted that the case was fragile. The lawyers also discussed filing a case against the FAA.
There also has been speculation related to the 9/11 wheater then-President George W. Bush was aware of the attacks or whether the Saudi Royal family was responsible, no concrete information is revealed.
Dark Overlord hacker group scribed the first part of the documents on Reddit, Pastebin, and Twitter. Though it was available on Steemit for several days before it was blocked on Wednesday. The documents can still be accessed on Busy.org website which runs on the same blockchain as Steemit.
DarkOverlord's account on @steemit has also been deleted. So much for centralization. However his posts have been recorded on the #steem blockchain, and those posts are accessible via other apps running on the Steem blockchain like @PartikoTeam – just download their app pic.twitter.com/zQQTgFCkfN
— wethepeople ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ (@armyofpeople) January 8, 2019
In a message, the hackers have demanded a ransom of $2 million in bitcoin and promised to release the third part of the document if their target is met. So seems like as long as the bitcoins keep flowing they will be releasing more documents related to the 9/11.
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