Now we’re supposed to believe that ISIS’ Caliphate Cyber Army has leaked the names and home and email addresses of 3,600 average people living in New York, urging terrorists to randomly target and kill them because… terror?
— NBC News (@NBCNews) April 29, 2016
The info was reportedly posted on an ISIS-only channel along with the statement, “We want them #Dead” — because even terrorists know the importance of hashtags.
While there are government employees who work for DHS and the State Department included on the list, there are also just a bunch of random people on there for seemingly no reason.
Just look at how confused this elderly man is for showing up on it:
ABC News has reported that a lot of the information appears to be old and outdated.
Meanwhile, this situation is being taken so seriously, it is being reported that police and the FBI are going to personally visit each person on the list and warn them that they have been personally threatened by ISIS… so they can… do…
Walk around in fear looking over their shoulder for terrorists every other two seconds? Duck and cover?
“While our standard practice is to decline comment on specific operational and investigative matters, the FBI routinely notifies individuals and organizations of information collected during the course of an investigation that may be perceived as potentially threatening in nature,” the FBI said in a statement.
Maybe the Mirror just exaggerated the headline there a bit? (Then again, that’s kind of a weird phone call to have to make…)
Here’s a question… how many of these random U.S. ISIS kill lists have actually ended in killing?
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