Bizarre racist manifesto and video posted to Ontario cinema’s website after it was hacked

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The owners of a London, Ontario, cinema are reeling after its website was hijacked Sunday by someone who posted a bizarre racist manifesto and video. The hacker also took over the Hyland Cinema’s e-mail lists and sent the same material to thousands of people under the tagline Hyland Movie Guide: Special God’s Holy Day Edition.

Charged with fraud and potentially hate crimes

The hackers of the Hyland website would be charged with fraud and potentially hate crimes if police can track them down. Moira and Ali Adlan, who run Hyland, said they don’t know why they were targeted. But they were forced to shut down the Hyland website and have contacted police.

Read more at The National Post.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.