‘9/11 Papers Hacker Group’ has raised $42K in Bitcoin as Ransom since the Infamous Twitter Announcement This New Year’s Eve

By far the hacker group’s crypto address has managed to get its hands on Bitcoin worth 42K U.S. Dollars. The infamous Twitter announcement on New Year’s Eve by the ‘9/11 Papers Hacker Group’ is proving to be jolting for the U.S government. Earlier this month, in the twitter post the hacker group declared that they are in possession of several important documents from insurance companies such as Lloyd’s of London, Silverstein Properties, and Hiscox Syndicates. The group claimed that these files hold critical information about some of the conspiracy theories that are linked with the attack. They threatened to expose the contents of the files they posses, otherwise, their ransom demands should be fulfilled.

Revelations by far by the 9/11 Hacker Group:

The hacker group is exposing the details of the content slowly and surely making rounds of shocks one after another. As per the reports from CCN, initially, they revealed that the insurance companies and other companies are ‘incriminated in the documents to pay them off.’ There were revelations of them being on the verge of bankruptcy. At another point, they told that they are not Americans. All these jolters really question at the intent of the Hacker Group. Are they simply working to leak out the critical information for the public interest or are driven by money? Whatever the core is, by far the information exposed to the public has been surely a side effect of the ransom process.

After the successive banning from all the social media platforms, the Hacker Group got its hands on the blockchain-based platform called- ‘Steemit.’ They also posted on the alternative version of Steemit- ‘Busy.org.’ The group got banned from Steemit, but is still to be banned from ‘Busy.org.’ Despite the banning, the blockchain-based platform can’t be fully censored. Meanwhile, the group has got thousands of dollars in their pockets because of the insane popularity of their posts, in addition to the ransom demands of the group. As per the reports from CCN, this month the hacker group released the following information on busy.org with the account name- ‘thedarkoverlord’-

“9 This is the thedarkoverlord here to deliver a message. This is the ‘9/11 Papers’ MegaLeak. Keep giving us cyber-cash for cyber-cache.

Hello, world. As you’re well aware, we designed a compensation plan that would allow for the public crowd-funding of our organization in order to permit the public disclosure of our “9/11 Papers” in the interest of the public. Part of this plan was to create a tiered escalation plan that would result in multiple layers and milestones (which we’re calling checkpoints) to ensure the powers at be are being properly bent over a barrel. We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: we’re financially motivated, and you (the public) has spoken to us in our language (internet money, specifically Bitcoin). Remember, continuing to fund our wallet will continue to keep us motivated to help break the truth to the world by open-sourcing what we’re calling the “9/11 Papers”. To create a bit more buzz, we’ve decided to continue forward and release the decryption key for Layer 2. As such, let the leaking continue.

Let this serve as more definitive proof that what we’re saying is true, and that we’re doing exactly as we promised you. Continue to keep the bitcoins flowing, and we’ll continue to keep the truth flowing. Remember, Cyber-Cash for Cyber-Cache. We hope that there’ll be more releases. Continue to share these download links and decryption keys on Reddit, 4chan, Steemit, Voat, your siblings, your friends, your pets, and anyone else! We can’t allow the mainstream media to silence the truth any longer. We must ensure they’re propaganda is crushed by the truths we’re dealing with today.

We’ll always sign all of our releases for verification of authenticity.”

Along with the above message, in the ransom post on busy.org, the hacker group revealed details about decryption key, statistics, number of files, their official Bitcoin address, link to archive files to 9/11 and so on.

Despite the nature of the case, the hacker group is in the limelight of social media. Social platforms such as ‘Steemit’ never provided the reasons for banning the hacker group’s account- ‘@thedarkoverlord.’

Is there any truth in the claims made by the 9/11 hacker group?

Technically the claims made by the hacker group are still just ‘claims’ but interestingly one can smell traces of truth given there have been no attempts of disparage or any sort of challenge to the claims made by the 9/11 hacker group.

Trevor Holman

Trevor Holman follows crypto industry since 2011. He joined CryptoNewsZ as a news writer and he provides technical analysis pieces and current market data. He is also an avid trader. In his free time, he loves to explore unexplored places.

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