The year old battle between Anonymous and the KKK still rages on as 1,000 Ku Klux Klan members face their anonymity being stripped in Operation KKK.
The revelation will de-hood a further 1000 KKK members, revealing their names to the public in #OpKKK and #HoodsOff.
The de-hooding of KKK member’s names and identities has been ongoing since the civil unrest in Ferguson in 2014, after the killing of Michael Brown, when the KKK made threats against protestors. Civil unrest resulted during a long wait, as the grand jury deliberated in their decision to indict Darren Wilson for the shooting.
Anonymous Intel Group has watched the Ku Klux Klan for a long time, and closely, and believes that revealing these identities is a positive step to stopping extremist groups and their actions. “You are more than extremists. You are more than a hate group. You operate much more like terrorists and you should be recognized as such. You are terrorists that hide your identities beneath sheets and infiltrate society on every level. The privacy of the Ku Klux Klan no longer exists in cyberspace.”
One year on, when the grand jury elected not to indict Wilson, Anonymous will seek to publish up to 1,000 KKK identities and other close associates and various factions of the KKK.
In the aftermath of the last Anonymous vs. KKK standoff, it has been reported that several members of the KKK left the organization after having their identities revealed.
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