According to reports by Sahara Reports, 20 Angolan Websites have been shutdown by hacktivist group Anonymous after 17 young activists were arrested for allegedly plotting a rebellion against President Jose Eduardo dos Santos’ government and sentenced to between two and eight-and-a-half years in prison.
A Portuguese branch of Anonymous provided a list of the sites it had taken down on Facebook. Below is an English translation of the Portuguese Facebook post
#Oplusofonia #Angola #luaty
The real criminals are on the outside, defended by a capitalist system that increasingly spreads in the minds of the weak and needy of intellectual independence, don’t get caught.
… 4 TO 8 years… In prison… And abuses of humanitarian which will never be publicly known.
The fight goes on!
We’re all one,
Government. Gov. To the