Anonymous ‘declare war on the Elites and Minneapolis Police’ in wake of George Floyd death

Hacktivist group Anonymous has openly targeted the Minneapolis Police Department and accused the force of repeated police brutality in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

In a message posted to the Anonymous Facebook page, the hacker collective accused the force of condoning the behaviour that led to the death of African-American George Floyd.

A masked narrator said it does “not trust” the “corrupt organisation to carry out justice, so we will be exposing your many crimes to the world.”

Anonymous goes on to claim the Minneapolis Police Department has a “horrible track record of violence and corruption” and “193 people have been killed” by cops in the force.

In the clip, Anonymous cited several high-profile deaths “killed by police in Minnesota,” including the 2015 death of Jamar Clark, 2016 killing of Philando Castile, 2017 slaying of Justine Damond, 2018 death of Thursman Blevins and 2019 fatal killing of Brian Quinones.

The masked narrator said the death of George Floyd is “just the tip of the iceberg” and said officers who kill people “and commit crimes need to be held accountable.”

Anonymous then calls for criminal charges to be brought against all cops involved in the death of Floyd, not just Derek Chauvin.

Arrested Derek Chauvin

Chauvin was arrested on Friday night on third-degree murder charges and second-degree manslaughter charges.

Meanwhile the whole of Twitter is going crazy with this news with people showing their support for this hackivists.

It’s no surprise it’s the top twitter trend at the moment #anonymous

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