LulzSec Document Release Targets Arizona Law Enforcement

The hacker group LulzSec promised a big "payload" would be delivered on Friday, but it hit Twitter at just before 7 p.m. Eastern Time Thursday -- which would have made it midnight in the United Kingdom. "Presenting Chinga La Migra <link>" reads the announcement on Twitter, a phrase the Internet tells us translates roughly as "fuck the border patrol" in English. The new project targets border patrol activities with a release of Arizona police documents related to border control and described in an announcement as "law enforcement sensitive," "not for public distribution," and "for official use only." They include "hundreds of private intelligence bulletins, training manuals, personal email correspondence, names, phone numbers, addresses and passwords belonging to Arizona law enforcement."

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