As the protests over the death of George Floyd and continued police brutality carry on throughout the country and across the globe, the notorious hacker group Anonymous emerged over the weekend and are showing solidarity with the protesters in various ways.

One thing Anonymous did this weekend was disrupting the Chicago Police Department’s radio scanners, and with that, they ended up playing N.W.A.'s "Fuck Tha Police."

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In the wake of the death of George Floyd on May 25, Anonymous resurfaced with numerous intentions. Over the weekend, they announced their solidarity with the protesters and the movement as a whole.

The hacker group released a video explaining to the Minneapolis Police Department they are intending to “expose your many crimes to the world.”

They also released a barrage of alleged evidence against Donald Trump and countless other politicians, celebrities and affiliates tying them to Jeffrey Epstein's child trafficking network.


Tay Zonday’s track "Chocolate Rain" was also played over the Chicago police scanner.



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