Anonymous gives Philadelphia the middle finger
The city owns a vacant lot overrun with weeds and debris, adjacent to Ori Feibush’s coffeeshop. After years of battling with the city over the eyesore, Feibush took it upon himself to clean it up. He spent at least $20,000 of his own money to remove 40 tons of trash and renovate the property — a project Anonymous claims would have cost Philadelphia taxpayers $1.5 million.
“This incompetence and abuse of power clearly shows that We The People need to take action and pay the ‘City of Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority’ and Councilman Kenyatta Johnson a visit,” said the hacktivists, announcing operations ‘#OpPRA’ and ‘OpPhillyGovTrash’ against them.
“For seeking to take unwarranted punitive action against this small business owner, a member of the 99%, you have gathered the attention of Anonymous,” said the group. “This is not something you wish to do.”
“We demand you immediately retract all claims of wrong doing by Mr Feibush and that you seek to arrange amicable compensation for his expenses incurred while doing YOUR job,” Anonymous continued. “Failure to do so is a terribly foolish move, and will not go unpunished. You have been warned.”
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