Hackers turn out the lights at World Cup

Hate Security has ties to defunct terrorist group Rustle League
Hate Security has ties to defunct terrorist group Rustle League and its official spokesperson, Jaime Cochran

INTERNET — A small group of elite hackers known as “Hate Security” cut off the light at Monday’s World Cup game between France and Nigeria for several seconds, as confused fans and players screamed in terror. Several hundred people were mugged, and riot police were deployed to contain the fearful crowds. However, the hack was only temporarily able to stop stadium personnel from turning the lights back on.

Hate Security left a message on their Twitter taking credit for the attack and issued homophobic comments about soccer, Brazil, and the international community. Hate Security became politicized in June of 2014, when a Facebook experiment manipulated them into it.

More on this terrorist hack as the story develops.

3 Replies to “Hackers turn out the lights at World Cup”

  1. From what I understand, once the lights were turned back on the majority of the French/Nigeian men spectators were nude and engaged in homo-erotic behaviors, with one another.

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