Anonymous Claims Responsibility for Taking Down Oakland Police Department’s Website!


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The hacking collective Anonymous claimed responsibility for taking down the city of Oakland police department website, as well as its Twitter account, Wednesday morning. The site remains down as of 3 o’clock p.m. Pacific Time.

 

According to Twitter user @OpTamirRice the cyber attack came in response to the perceived use of violence by Berkeley police in response to the protests that have rocked the city this week.

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Via Daboo77 on You Tube & http://www.breitbart.com/

Via: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-California/2014/12/10/Anonymous-Claims-Responsibility-for-Hacking-Oakland-PD-Website?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitterer

Karen Boyd, a spokeswoman for the city of Oakland, told the Oakland Tribune that staffers were trying to restore the website after it had been offline since late Tuesday night. The city website was also down Wednesday afternoon, after having been online earlier in the day.

It appears Anonymous may have targeted the wrong law enforcement agency; according to the Tribune, Oakland police were reported to have fired non-lethal projectiles into a crowd of people who had stopped traffic on Highway 24 Tuesday night. However, several witnesses have since stated that it was California Highway Patrol who had fired the projectiles, in an effort to clear the freeway.

The California Highway Patrol website remains up and running at the time of publication. This is not the first time Anonymous has taken down a website belonging to an Oakland public agency; in 2011, the group targeted the website of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system to protest the shooting death of a young, unarmed black man, Oscar Grant, by an Oakland police officer.

http://mashable.com/2011/08/15/bart-anonymous-attack/

https://twitter.com/OpTamirRice

http://www.breitbart.com/

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LA Cop Filmed Repeatedly Punching Woman


This cop should be jailed for this, I have seen several video’s now from different areas and it’s unreal. A cop doing this is rush hour traffic

The California Highway Patrol says it has opened an investigation after one of its officers was filmed repeatedly punching a woman in the face on a Los Angeles road.

An onlooker in a passing car captured Tuesday evening’s confrontation and uploaded the shocking clip, entitled “Police Brutality?”, to YouTube.

The footage shows the officer on foot crossing a busy dual carriageway to accost a woman walking across the central reservation.

He pins her to the ground on the grassy strip and delivers a flurry of blows as she lies flat on her back.

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) said in a statement to KABC-TV that the officer had ordered the pedestrian to stop, but she disobeyed him.

According to the CHP, the officer then tried to place her under arrest because he feared she might be hurt crossing the lanes of traffic.

“A physical altercation ensued as the pedestrian continued to resist arrest, at which point a plain clothes, off-duty officer assisted in applying the handcuffs,” the CHP statement said.

The agency said that as a matter of procedure there would be an investigation to establish whether the use of force had been appropriate.

But David Diaz, who shot the video, says he believed it was inappropriate.

He told KABC-TV: “There was no weapons, it’s obviously excess force at this point. He could have easily calmed her down. You can use strength without punching.”

The woman was reportedly taken to a hospital for physical and mental evaluation.

The incident comes after footage this week also emerged of a policeman in Indiana pushing over a man in a wheelchair.