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- Tue, 23 Jun 2020 06:44:56 EST 1h8Zmm14 No.186101
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There was a a huge US law enforcement leak on Friday. It's 270GB and a lot of torrent clients can't handle it correctly. Here are the links that aren't DDOSed into the ground:


>DDOSecrets, short for Distributed Denial of Secrets, published what it said were millions of documents stolen from more than 200 law enforcement groups around the country. Reporter Brian Krebs, citing the organization National Fusion Center Association (NFCA), confirmed the validity of the leaked data. DDOSecrets said the documents spanned at least a decade, although some of the dates in documents suggested a timespan twice as long.


>“It’s the largest published hack of American law enforcement agencies,” Best told the publication in a series of text messages. “It provides the closest inside look at the state, local, and federal agencies tasked with protecting the public, including [the] government response to COVID and the BLM protests.”

Samuel Bardridge - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 07:57:54 EST cs3pi0AK No.186102 Reply
I'm waiting for a searchable mirror
Fuck Fuckingstone - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 12:46:15 EST 1h8Zmm14 No.186106 Reply
I'm still downloading the archive. I think it's mostly stuff that has been shared between different agencies. So nothing that wouldn't get put in writing, but plenty that would never be released to the public.
Samuel Blorrylut - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 22:35:45 EST 4scaaRdR No.186112 Reply

not trying to be annoying or provocative, but.. like what? internal memos of controversial content? doxx on employees? unpopular goals/agendas?
Henry Disslepedging - Wed, 24 Jun 2020 04:22:26 EST pjSfU+g+ No.186113 Reply
Could be anything. Could be that, could be legit stuff about tracking murders/rapists across jurisdictions.

I honestly suspect its going to be a lot of nothing, because any corruption/abuse likely wasn't put into the system's paperwork anyway.
Kirtaner !Ub4TCdRjOM - Sat, 27 Jun 2020 17:05:24 EST dyilEri7 No.186190 Reply
I'll have this shortly. Should be fun academic reading.
Edward Ferrystone - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 00:36:50 EST efGHrQxf No.186222 Reply
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kirt, i continue to try to make you feel bad by posting stuff that i know isn't actually true in a desperate attempt to get a single other real, living, breathing human being that isn't just a figment of my mind to agree with me on any point i've ever tried to convey, while simultaneously fooling myself into thinking i could ever possibly say anything so hurtful or negative that it actually bothers you instead of making you laugh like everything else has over the last two decades of your online existence, somehow forgetting that you are a man who willingly tore his own asshole open live on webcam when he was a teenager for absolutely no reason other than to say he could

This post was edited by Kirtaner on 04-07-2020 22:43:20
Clara Worthingspear - Mon, 29 Jun 2020 04:49:32 EST VINlw3jS No.186224 Reply
I'd love to download it but 270 gigs is too much for my Australian internet.
Oliver Wittinghall - Sun, 26 Jul 2020 12:32:30 EST 9OGzBMgh No.186703 Reply
So you logged onto the internet and loaded up this website so you could provoke people and act like an ignoramus?

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