Although the Bitcoin price is declining, 9/11 Papers Hacker Group has received an impressive amount of the flagship Cryptocurrency. With the current Bitcoin prices, they have received a sum of more than $42,000. These hackers assert to have obtained another wave of damning documents. This is what they call the treasure trove of incriminating documents. US foreign terrorist attack related documents are part of the library. 2001, September 11 terrorist attacks secret documents that are said to have been hacked from government agencies, law firms, and insurers.
The group claims to have hacked thousands of documents that can provide solutions to the conspiracy theories behind the attack. These documents were stolen from Silverstein Properties, Hiscox Syndicates and Lloyds of London. If the Bitcoin ransom is not paid, then the Hacker Group threatens to release the confidential files.
9/11 Papers Hacker Group Financial Motivation
The Hacker Group demanded that those involved in the incriminated documents and the insurance companies to pay them off to stop the release of these confidential details. Get this clearly that 9/11 Papers Hacker Group are not Americans and they have repeatedly stated that money is their only goal. Unlike an American Group of Hackers, 9/11 Papers Hacker Group has completely different motives and is out to enrich themselves. It could be a side effect if the public gets the excellent deal information concerning the 9/11 Papers Hacker Group.
Leaning on the public enabled them to gain an upward Bitcoin of $1 million for the complete document release. They provide the public with a new donation at a time unraveling the documents like onion layers. This draws the people closer to the climax of the conspiracy. 9/11 Papers Hacker Group was simultaneously banned from social media platforms and then later joined Steemit Bitcoin platform. However, this platform also banned them for violating the rules and regulations of their site. For each time they open a new layer, a new liability wave falls on the associated insurance companies. Each company involved is required to pay a Bitcoin ransom for their names to be excluded from the damning document.
Content Cannot Be Censored On Steem Blockchain Platform
Steem Platform is not censorable, but they use an alternative called Busy.org which has not yet considered burning their posts. Besides the Bitcoin donations obtained, the popularity and traffic of their posts have raised thousands of dollars equivalents to that of Steem. Some weeks ago, 9/11 Papers Hacker Group opened the second tier of the documents. The hacker group was reminding the world of the compensation plan designed to allow a crowd-funding by the public to support the organization to permit the 9/11 papers disclosure to the public. The formulated plan was to develop an escalation tiered plan that featured to result in milestones and multiple layers to strengthen their power of unraveling the documents.
The public had spoken to them in the language they understand ‘internet money’ Bitcoin specifically. Being financially motivated has asked the public to continue funding their wallet which prompts them to open-source 9/11 papers and tells the truth to the world. 9/11 Papers Hacker Group released an encrypted link to an archived file that had the hacked documents. They gave notice of issuing the real decryption keys if the insurance companies and the involved parties do not cooperate and pay a ransom in Bitcoin.
These hackers also sent letters and emails to the involved companies and individuals in which they threatened to bring multiple companies down. After the Annunciation of the tiered compensation plan, 9/11 Papers Hackers Group revealed to have received over $12,000 in Bitcoin. This was enough to open several checkpoints and layer-1 that consisted of 650 conspiracy documents. Each new layer is meant to bring severe consequences to the US state.
Around four more encrypted layers are containing many damaging details, more truth, and more secrets. These hackers are still demanding for $2 million to be paid in bitcoin for them to release a mega leakage to the public. The Hacker Group also offered to sell those documents to media outlets, foreign governments, and terrorist groups. Moreover, RT America approached them, and they were ready to enable access to the most explosive documents only if they would pay the price stated. It seems the layers are designed according to the power of explosion and damage. These publications mostly contain airport security testimonies and insurance details related to pay-outs done to parties affected troubled by 9/11 Papers.
To keep it interesting, they have decided to release the layer two decryption key. Bitcoin donations have continued flowing and sometimes more than one bitcoin is paid. One time a contribution was over three coins. For them to be taken seriously by those individuals and companies was released and ready for download on Steemit.
Interest In Censorship Breeds
Cash-outs and bitcoin donations have reduced, and the last donation was around $35.00. Besides, the previous withdrawal did not go to the same address used often. The mainstream media sites ‘response to the hackers’ publicity campaign is what fueled the general public’s interest. What makes this doxxing interesting, is the fact that none of the parties involved has denied the claims laid against them. Security companies, banks, FAA, TSA, FBI, investigation firms, litigation firms, and airlines did not state any inaccuracies in already released documents nor thoroughly debunked the allegations.
9/11 Papers Hackers Group is not bluffing, and they mean what they say. ‘’We’re going to burn you down unless you begin to play ball”. These documents will destroy and damage the deep states and the entire United States of America. The parties and individuals involved are acting reluctantly, but the public is interested in the details of the truth. 9/11 Papers Hackers Group is only interested in gaining money, and they don’t care what effect the document will cause.
It’s clear that these parties were involved in the terrorist attack; otherwise, they would have debunked the claims without hesitating. The Hacker Group is prepared to destroy them if they do not pay the bitcoin ransom.