>Politicians associated with the opposition Law and Justice (PiS) party are included on a list of “Polish neo-nazis” uploaded onto the internet by the Anonymous hacking group.
>The hacking collective says the aim of the campaign is to give "neo-nazis a good spanking". Around 450 names and details of Polish citizens are included in the data haul in the protest action codenamed Operation Blitzkrieg.
>Anonymous have also released details of far-right activists in Finland and Germany. White supremacist groups from the UK and US are also included on the list of names, published on the nazi-leaks.net web site, based in Germany and re-published on the Polish-based antifa-buzz.net.
>Pawel Kura from the south eastern city of Lublin is included on the hacked list, a 32 year-old former assistant to Law and Justice MP Piotr Cybulski. Kura is now working as party treasurer in the Legnica district. Kura himself has categorically denied any connections to far-right groups. “I have never marched with fascists, never visited fascist music shops, or took part in forums,” he says. Asked why he was included on the list he said: “I have no idea. I am in shock.” “Maybe someone has been impersonating me to discredit me,” he adds.
Anonymous releases 'Polish neo-nazi' list - Thenews.pl :: News from Poland
work with oppressive European governments to destroy people's lives for expressing an opinion...
Do these clowns even understand what they're doing?