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Anonymous v. drug cartels


In a video uploaded Oct. 6, an Anonymous spokesperson said that unless the Zetas release one of the group’s members, the group will reveal the photos, names and addresses of Zetas-affiliated cops and taxi drivers. (The member was allegedly kidnapped in the western coastal city of Veracruz during an “Operation Paperstorm” demonstration.) Anonymous also threatened to out journalists accused of “crapping on honest authorities like the army and the navy,” the spokesperson said.

11 Responses to “Anonymous v. drug cartels”

  1. Tango Says:

    Man. I like where this is going!

  2. Cargosquid Says:

    Oh boy! Where’s the popcorn?

  3. comatus Says:

    They must have moved Vera Cruz, if it’s a western coastal city now.

  4. ATLien Says:

    Nice- cyber warfare vs conventional.

  5. Pointing out the obvious Says:

    Red on Red

  6. Motorcyclist Says:

    Wouldn’t want to be the captured anony member right now….What if they decide to torture him, in order to find more anony members first? Then simply put a bunch of anonys in a locked room somewhere, give em an internet connection and make them into counter-intel agents?

    *slaps self* Gotta stop playing call of duty…

  7. aeronathan Says:

    That guys head is gonna end up on a pole in the Veracruz town square now…

  8. Anonymous Says:

    We are Anonymous.
    We are Legion.
    We do not forgive.
    We do not forget.

    Expect us.

  9. Rob Says:

    Script kiddies vs. a bunch of guys who have no problem putting the heads of their enemies on a pike. Literally.

    This ought to get interesting…

  10. NUGUN Says:

    Heard an interesting theory on how they can be effective in this. One theorized that Anonymous could do major damage to the cartel by feeding their info to the other cartels. Kind of like wounding a shark and watching it be devoured by the other sharks.


    Oh. My popcorn is ready. 🙂

  11. Nate Says:

    Can’t stop the signal, Manuel.