For fifteen minutes, hate messages and other incomprehensible were published, before being deleted.
Some tweets welcomed the operation, while others called for lifting the sanctions against suspended Twitter accounts. The tweets concerned, some insulting blacks or praising Nazi Germany, were later removed. Others tweets hacked included several hashtags used in other previous hacking acts: #chucklingsquad and #ChucklingHella.
In particular, the London police account was hacked in July and the same shards appeared on the hijacked tweets. The police then attributed the attack to a young man known as Cal or @ Cal086 who would live in the United States. The hashtag also reappeared during an attack last week against the Twitter account of youtubeur Etika. This "hack" had all the more shocked that the account had been hacked after the death of young Youtubeur, found dead on June 25.