Anonymous claims it brought down 200 Thai websites over British murders verdict

Amy Sawitta Lefevre reports:

International hacking movement Anonymous said it attacked hundreds of Thai government websites over death sentences handed down to two migrant workers for the murder of two British tourists.


Some rights workers say they believe police forced the two into confessing under duress. Police denied that.

In a message posted on the ‘We Are Anonymous’ Facebook page the hacking group said it had shut down Thai judicial websites in protest over the verdict.

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