'Anonymous' releases personal information about Cincinnati cops after deadly shooting

Hacking group Anonymous briefly posted online a video detailing the personal information of 52 Cincinnati Police Department employees, including Chief Eliot Isaac, Cincinnati.com reported.

The group said it released the info Sunday night in response to Wednesday's shooting death of Paul Gaston, a black man, by three white Cincinnati cops. By 4:30 a.m. Monday the video had been taken down, according to WLWT.

"Thin Blue Line, your game is over," an Anonymous figure said in the video, according to a transcript. "You lost. While we release your officers' information, we will hold no responsibility of the actions of those that see the information."

Warning: Some views may find find the content of the video disturbing.

That information included names, ages, street addresses, email addresses and social media accounts, as well as the names and addresses of officers' family members. It's unclear if the information was obtained via a data breach or through publicly available sources, Cincinnati Police Lt. Steve Saunders told Cincinnati.com.

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