Anonymous Threatens to ‘Erase NYSE from the Internet’
Anonymous declared “war” on the New York Stock Exchange this weekend and vowed to “erase” the NYSE from the Internet on Oct. 10 as the Occupy Wall Street protest entered its third week in New York City after a weekend that saw hundreds of protesters arrested during a planned march across the Brooklyn Bridge.
“On Oct. 10, NYSE shall be erased from the Internet. On Oct. 10, expect a day that will never, ever be forgotten,” intoned a computer-generated voice, (common to many Anonymous videos) in a warning posted on TheAnonMessage YouTube channel: The AnonMessage channel has been used to post several “Occupy Wall Street”-related video messages since the protest against lax regulation, of the financial sector and growing economic inequality that began years ago. Those messages include Anonymous’ initial “official” video regarding “Occupy Wall Street” along with a warning sent last week, to the New York Police Department, threatening retaliation if … “the police brutality does not stop” Against The “Occupy Wall Street” protestors.
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