Dec 072013
 December 7, 2013  Posted by  Breaches

Chelsea McDougall reports that Anonymous has started a Twitter campaign targeting a police sergeant in the Woodstock (Illinois) Police Department:

An international hacker group caught wind of an ongoing scandal at the Woodstock Police Department and has launched an aggressive Twitter campaign to get a sergeant there fired.

On its Twitter page, Anonymous is asking its 1.8 million followers to call City Hall and the Woodstock Police Department and demand that action be taken against Sgt. Charles “Chip” Amati over allegations that he asked a young girl for “sexy pictures.”

Amati, a 24-year veteran of the department, was given a 30-day unpaid suspension after an investigation revealed he sent the inappropriate text message to a 12-year-old girl, and that he misused police equipment.

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