[UPDATE]: Hacker group ‘thedarkoverlord’ leaked Checkpoint 2 of “9/11 Papers”

by | 02-01-2019 | News

“thedarkoverlord” strikes again: leaking thousands of secret 9/11 documents

As a follow-up to their initial message announcing highly confidential US governmental information around 9/11, hacker group ‘thedarkoverlord’ has released the first batch of what they call the “9/11 Papers”. The data dump contains documents, emails, FBI interviews and more.

We investigated our grand pile of loot and we found documents in regards to one of the most infamous events in the history of the United States. [..] E-mails, retainer agreements, non-disclosure agreements, settlements, litigation strategies, liability analysis, defence formations, collection of expert witness testimonies, testimonies, communications with government officials in countries all over the world, voice mails, dealings with the FBI, USDOJ, DOD, and more, confidential communications, and so much more.

In Checkpoint 2, ‘thedarkoverlord’ announced there is more information to come.

Read the update of Checkpoint 2:
https://pastebin.com/mze4DTvB

And the original post on:
https://govtslaves.info/2019/01/01/hacker-group-dumps-9gb-of-911-related-insurance-files/

 

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