Skip to comments.MILITARY: Website of Wuterich's lawyers hacked (Haditha Marines)
Posted on 02/03/2012 5:31:07 PM PST by smoothsailing
February 3, 2012
A hacker group known as Anonymous took responsibility Friday for defacing a website and stealing files and emails from attorneys who represented Camp Pendleton's Frank Wuterich in a case involving the deaths of 24 Iraqi civilians.
Wuterich's lead attorney, Neal Puckett, confirmed the intrusion and apparent theft from him and his partner, Haytham Faraj.
Puckett said he has filed a complaint with the FBI over the hacking.
The group that got into his website says it plans to release information it found about the Haditha case. Puckett said he is equally concerned about the theft and possible release of confidential matters between the attorneys and all their clients.
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I’ve been following some of the twitter feeds. One guy stumbled across this:
LOL! Rolling Thunder & Sarah Palin! Neal Puckett just went up a notch on my good guy scale!
Here’s the twitter feed..
I hear you but I’ll be surprised if anything astonishing comes out of this.
They should have had better Internet security, if for nothing else just to protect their private conversations. If these emails start disclosing attorney client info with the many clients they have had it’ll be bad news for everyone.
And with me too and that's a great pic of the Palin's.
And there’s this....
BarrettBrownLOL Barrett Brown
So far, #Haditha e-mails are less a scandal for the law firm and more for the Marine brass; witness intimidation coming up quite a bit
27 minutes ago
Thought it appropriate to link it here. The Convening Authority just referred all charges against Bradley Manning that he goes to a general court-martial.
It just hit me, that's LtCol Allen West in the right foreground!
GREAT NEWS INDEED!!! We don’t do firing squads anymore, pity.
It sure is. Good catch!
It is a pity, Smooth. If convicted that’s exactly what that little fag deserves.
Of course if he’s convicted and gets life or something like 25 years to life the leftists are going to scream like Banshee’s.
The louder they scream the better I’ll like it. :-)
That’s a very interesting twitter feed. There were several mentions of developing a custom “search engine” for this email dump. I guess that would be a program loaded up with Haditha case-specific keywords so the irrelevant stuff can be quickly weeded out?
That homosexual punk is an audio-visual aid for why any rep or Senator who supported the sodomization of the US military through repeal of DADT should be flushed down the toilet like a hard turd.
It was amusing that the caption referred to “hanging out with Al West”.
I never heard anybody refer to him that way, but then, why not?
That’s my take on it too, Lancey. The folks on that twitter feed are used to this sort of thing. A real fun bunch, I bet they’ve all got Karl Marx tattooed on their butts.
Thanks smooth - you guys always come up with the most interesting stuff!
Not only Sarah - but that's Alan West at the right side. Two great Americans!
That second link also led to the following YouTube of Russian TV - 6.75 minute clip with Barrett Brown, 'spokesman' for Anonymous giving an overview of the recent hacks. It's bigger than just the US.
People are starting to come to the realization I got back in the late 90's - the Web is not secure for critical items. My company required a VPN tunnel to allow connection, and even then if the MAC address of the PC didn't match in the system it was disallowed, no borrowing someone elses system.
The genie is out of the bottle - it will never be put back in.
Tell me that I’m not happy about losing my first-born son in Iraq...
Not too worried about WW3. We will do our part, to a T.
Sure is - found this:
That leads to http://pastebin.com/zPxRFjPs with the following letter:
Hit the link to read the whole thing.
Great letter, and one none of those anony scumbags are qualified to read. If anything that second clip above is proof that DoD and JAG have had their own members of Anonymous embedded for years!
My condolences to you, Pop. I lost 6 very close friends to Iraq and Afghanistan (4 USMC, 2 Army), but I cannot imagine the pain of losing a son. I will keep the memories of your son and my friends in my heart and mind if the fighting does come to our door.
A problem (at least for me) is the e-mails are html docs that need to be opened to read and search. Also, these are e-mails so people aren’t always spelling things out.
One of the most interesting things I found so far didn’t have any of the keywords: it was about someone who’s name would really only be known if you were deeply mired in the details of the case.
But the things I’m finding are only interesting to me as someone who’s followed the whole Haditha ordeal. They are not things that have any real bearing on the case.
I don’t think these monkeys will even know what they’re looking at when they read all these e-mails and documents.
The biggest danger is that hackers could target individuals based on personal information such as e-mail bank statements to members of the firm. Also, individuals such as Don Greenlaw and everyone on his e-mail list could become targets for harassment.
So far, this Anonymous group fits the Haditha pattern: extravagant claims but nothing’s there.