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alek boyd

Back online after attack coming from AWS servers

We apologise to our readers. This site was taken offline last Friday due to yet another crippling attack that caused some serious issues to our webhost. On 12 July, this proxy of Diosdado Cabello sent a threat demanding corruption information about him to be deleted in 72 hours from this site. Then on Friday, I got another voicemail from this other thug, laughing, probably drugged. This site has many enemies.