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Fullerton Police Website Hacked Against Arrest of Kelly Thomas

The official website of Fullerton police department website compromised against by Anonymous Hackers the arrest of protesters and citizen journalist during a protest.


This is started because the acquittal of two police officers involved in beating a mentally ill homeless Kelly Thomas to death in 2011. Police in Fullerton identified three of the 13 arrested as Alexander Daniel Garcia, 29 of Southgate; Luke Stephen Hamilton, 26 of Orange and Dianna Jordyan Carrol, 19 of Tustin.

Garcia was charged with vandalism and possession of alcohol in public, Hamilton was charged with vandalism and Carrol was charged with assault.



Ten people were arrested and charged with refusal to follow a lawful order to disperse. Police said some in this group blocked intersections, intimidated drivers and vandalized businesses.


Fullerton Police Chief Dan Hughes said the department was reviewing video of today’s incident and that more arrests were possible.

At the time of writing this article the website is still down and website admins are removed the defacement page.




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