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Korean Internet users have launched "Hacking of Fury" attacks on a website, Ogrish.com, which is trying to obtain and spread the video of Kim Sun-il’s decapitation. This site posted the unabridged video of Nicholas Berg’s beheading in May. The site enraged Korean Internet users by posting an advertisement looking for video of Kim's decapitation when Kim was kidnapped.
The site is posting a message on its main page that Kim has been decapitated and is asking people to send in videos or photos of Kim’s decapitation if they have them. In regards to this message, Korean Internet users have gone on collective hacking attacks on the website, saying, “We will punish a shameless website that is trying to commercialize the death of a man.”
Korean Internet users have posted ways to hack into Ogrish.com on various Korean websites like DC and are making all-out efforts to bring the website down. An Internet user resentfully suggested, “Let’s hack in to hang a Korean flag on the site... Spreading a video of the beheading is to ridicule the death of Kim Sun-il.” Korean Internet users have voiced concerns that a video of the beheading may be circulated around the world and this would be tantamount to killing Kim twice. Korean Internet users said, “Let’s join hands together to prevent the circulation of the video of Kim Sun-il who was killed undeservedly.”
Launching personal attacks on Ogrish.com is taking the law into your own hands : a method of action much like that of the terrorists.(Cyber-Terrorists?) We trace all IPs and will prosecute any attacks to the full extent of the law. Ogrish.com is not encouraging harm to Kim Sun-Il or anyone else... in fact, we are trying to discourage it by showing the reality of how evil these terrorists are. Ogrish.com is merely trying to keep the public up to date and provide the reality of the violence that goes on in the world.
Kim Sun-il Beheading video: