"In addition, the spelling and grammatical mistakes in the documents are out of place in an official dossier of this type."
Not out that of place if you consider the alleged country of origin. x
Supposed psychological profiles of senior members of hacking horde Anonymous are almost certainly a work of fiction. The bogus paperwork created a buzz last week when it showed up on Tugaleaks. Allegedly written by the FBI's Behavioural Science Unit, the profiles suggested that LulzSec kingpin Sabu is a narcissistic nihilist …
These days organisations produce documents with slight variations in them to provide an aid for identifying sources of leaked documents.
No whistle blower in their right mind would ever supply a copy of an original, be it a paper-based document, or a computer document.
Of course, many word processing documents provide a long story line which often includes drive/directory info along with registered software user.
All good copies should be run through Notepad, in ASCII, to clean documents.
Are you suggesting that typed-up copies of controversial secret documents are acceptable? Anything but the authentic original documents isn't good enough because real whistleblowers are attempting to affect real change and this requires buy-in from everyone else to actually make that change. Typed-up copies persuade no one, therefore there is no change.
Anonymous know how to use spill checkers and if Anonymous were engaged in spiffing an FBI document, would obliviously use one too avoid easily discovered mistakes. It must be is the disinformation branch of the FBI who has released this dossier in order to discredit Anonymous.
AC's should be allowed to select the helicopter. I'd never post this with my screen name but is black helicopter stuff.
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