FBI Counter-Terrorism Expert: ISIS Likely Did NOT Hack Centcom … Anonymous Collective: Centcom Hackers Were In MARYLAND

Cyber Caliphate … Or Digital Diversion?

Centcom’s Twitter and Youtube accounts were allegedly hacked by ISIS today.

But former high-level FBI counter-terrorism agent Ali Soufan tweets, “I doubt they are ISIS… ISIS never calls themselves ISIS“:

He explains:

And:

(An analogy might be helpful … This is as suspicious as people who wrote “I love you Southern Rhodesians!” after Rhodesia had already changed its name to Zimbabwe. It would make no sense)

And the hacker collective Anonymous claims that the hack originated in Maryland, not the Middle East:

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/554728972534431744

https://twitter.com/TheAnonMessage/status/554865180946219008

And see this.

Is this a digital false flag?

Postscript: Was the Sony hack?

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  • hidflect

    Looks like the FBICIANSA have discovered the internet. And are now creating their virtual armies to use as a propaganda tool, a means to extract more budget dollars and an excuse to ram more repressive laws on people and the internet through the government. A three-way win for them. For us, a disaster.

    • truth

      here is their address for NSA: 9800 Savage Road, Fort Meade, MD 20755

      CIA langley is close by in VA.

  • el sid

    Bill Clinton quote:
    “It depends on what the meaning of the words ‘is’ is.” –Bill Clinton, during his 1998 grand jury testimony on the Monica Lewinsky affair
    http://politicalhumor.about.com/cs/quotethis/a/clintonquotes.htm

  • salialioli

    not the first time a dubious link makes its way straight back to the originator:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-322226/American-internet-link-Ken-Bigley-torture-videos.html

    … not very convincing is it?

    Yes, hidflect, truly a disaster

  • jo6pac

    Most be a sleeper cell of the nsa;)

  • December 5, 2014 How The NSA Hacks Cellphone Networks Worldwide

    In March 2011, two weeks before the Western intervention in Libya, a secret message was delivered to the National Security Agency. An intelligence unit within the U.S. military’s Africa Command needed help to hack into Libya’s cellphone networks and monitor text messages.

    https://firstlook.org/theintercept/2014/12/04/nsa-auroragold-hack-cellphones/