“In the past twenty years 193 people have been killed by police in Minnesota,” says the exponent of Anonymous in the video, pointing out that “unfortunately, in most cases, the only one left to tell the story is the agent who killed the person. ” A gap that causes the cycle of violence to continue “because these killers never face justice for their actions”. According to Anonymous, in the case of Floyd the faults of the agents would be particularly evident: the diffused videos showed that the man had not opposed any resistance to the agents, as initially reported by official sources. “We don’t trust your organization to do justice, so we’ll expose your multiple crimes to the world,” concludes the group of cyber activists. At the moment, from its multiple social profiles the group claims to have compromised and exposed the Minneapolis police site, to have entered the Chicago police radio system by spreading the song “Fuck the police” on the frequencies used by law enforcement agencies to communications and to have circulated a document that would convene the American president.
The decision to release the documents is part of a wider operation aimed at unveiling the sexual abuse and trafficking of minors by famous names from the world of entrepreneurship, entertainment and industry, which began in 2015 under the aegis of #OpDeathEaters. Anonymous links on Twitter link it to the story of George Floyd and the other African Americans killed by the police, and the impunity shared by the perpetrators of the crimes in both cases. However, it is currently impossible to verify the veracity of the documents, and therefore of the accusations.