Anonymous Hits Law Firm From Haditha Killings Defense

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On Friday, Anonymous released documents (including 3GB worth of emails) from the law firm that defended marine Sgt. Frank Wuterich. Wuterich is allegedly responsible for leading the charge in the killings of unarmed civilians (including women and children) in Haditha, Iraq in 2005. Wuterich reportedly was not sentenced to any jail time because of a plea deal.

Anonymous also posted the following message to the firm's site at (hat tip to Mashable):

Anonymous' Message

A film called Battle For Haditha was released in 2007, based on the the Haditha incident.

Here's more of what Anonymous have been up to as of late.

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