Could be Cyber-Terror. “Joy Junction Web Site Hacked And Obliterated, Shelter Director Suspects Terrorist Activity” From ANS with thanks to Nicolei.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Long time Albuquerque resident Jeremy Reynalds is best known for his work with Joy Junction, the shelter for homeless families he founded in 1986 and continues to direct.
However, there’s another side of Reynalds that is not quite as well known — as a terrorist hunter.
For almost the last three years Reynalds has investigating and writing about a number of Islamic terrorist web sites, many of which are hosted by American Internet Service Providers…
Earlier this year Reynalds was also the subject of a death threat by radical jihadis.
Now Joy Junction’s web site has been hacked by individuals so proficient that the entire account has been wiped off the computer server on which it was housed.
“The simple fact is that these guys are not happy when I write articles exposing their hateful agenda,” he said. “Who else could it have been?”
“Our web host will launch an investigation on their own,” Reynalds added. “But …these were not script kiddies (amateur hackers), they were pros. And they likely did not leave behind much for us to work with.”
Reynalds said while he cannot definitively say it was a terror attack against Joy Junction’s web site, he has a message for those individuals whom he dubbed “radical jihadi thugs” who engage in cyber crimes.
“You have picked the wrong person to try and intimidate,” Reynalds said. “Death threats and web site hacking just further serve to strengthen my resolve to fight terrorism.”