Anonymous Hackers released over 38,000 Private Emails of a Cop

Anonymous Hackers said Friday that they were releasing over 38,000 private emails belonging to Fred Baclagan, a former Special Agent Supervisor of the California Department of Justice who oversaw computer crime investigations.
It contains detials about computer forensics techniques, investigation protocols as well as highly embarrassing personal information.

In pastebin, they said that they hijacked two gmail accounts belonging to Fred Baclagan, who has been a cop for 20 years, dumping his private email correspondence as well as several dozen voicemails and SMS text message logs.

The Anonymous said that leak contains the IACIS.com internal email list archives (2005-2011) which detail the methods and tactics cybercrime units use to gather electronic evidence, conduct investigations and make arrests.

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