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Published on Aug 21, 2012

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Anonymous hackers attack Pussy Riot trial court website

In a message on the site, the attackers associated themselves with "hacktivist" group Anonymous.

"We are American group Anonymous. We don't forget and we don't forgive," said the post, in Russian.

"Justice system has to be transparent. Pussy [Riot's members] are alive," said another of the posts.

For some time its front page was defaced with obscenities and video clip of a Bulgarian transvestite singer.

On Tuesday morning, the website of the Khamovnichesky District Court was unavailable for a period, with the only inscription saying it "was under information upload".

When the site finally became available to users, instead of legal information, it featured a message urging to free the three jailed Pussy Riot members, showed a provocative video clip of controversial Bulgarian transvestite singer Azis, along with some mocking postings.

Right below the clip there was "information on the Khamovnichesky District Court employees' incomes for 2011."

Some of the website sections featured provocative comments attached to the names of the sections. For example, the section "Judicial Community" was extended to "Judicial Community -- we'd shoot you dead in due time".

"Judicial practice" had "could not be worse" next to it, "Online reception" read "we won't help you anyway", and "information" was expanded with "we know all about you."
The section with the contact information on the Moscow's Central District Administration and District Law Enforcement bodies was labeled "Liars and Promisers."

A new song by punk band Pussy Riot called "Putin is Lighting the Fires of the Revolution" was also uploaded to the site. Anonymous Free Pussy Riot Anonymous Free Pussy Riot

The site's top right corner, next to Russia's national emblem, displayed the slogan -- "No logic -- just hardcore.



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