CYBERPOL uncovers Terror list and estimates over 50 000 Terrorists currently in Europe

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CYBERPOL uncovers Terror list and estimates over 50 000 Terrorists currently in Europe

September 1, 2017No Comments

CYBERPOL warned that as much as 50 000 Terrorist entered Europe in recent months with refugees according to a data dump from the Syrian Army on the “DarkWeb”. The data dump that occurred during 2013 was not discovered until last month when the CYBERPOL Red SoC Team also known as R3D +45M in the hacking world made a breakthrough and found the hidden files on the “DarkWeb” by using the CYBERPOL 666 Super Computer.

This comes after months of investigation to locate the missing files that were previously thought only to be a rumor by many and dismissed by several. The “Terror Black List” includes the full names, case numbers, and parents names, but most importantly what crimes they committed, and what terrorist group in ISIS they belong to besides the types of weapons they were trained on.

From the list which contains over 120 000 names and case numbers, it’s clear that the Syrian Army had the information as to ISIS terrorist infiltration into refugees that currently threatens Europe, but so far there is no proof that it was shared with any other countries prior to the discovery.

Many refuges have entered Europe without legal documents and it is unknown as to how many unidentified migrants entered into Europe without passports and legal proof of their origin. Temporary European ID documentation was provided to over 1.2 million refugees since 2013 and therefore it would be impossible to know how many of these terrorist on the “Terror Black List” entered into the EU or have since left to countries such as the USA or England. While it is unclear as to how many, it’s very clear that the majority are unaccounted for and notations on the dumped dataset indicates that Syria was documenting how many were leaving to EU and nearby regions.

The Secretary General of CYBERPOL said that the list will be shared with the FBI and British agencies but seeing that Europe has taken a stance in view of CYBERPOL, it will Be shared with the European Union to realize the need for international cooperation with CYBERPOL in the fight against Cyber Terrorism initiated by CYBERPOL.

The current President of CYBERPOL warned last month during his speech before members of the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Transnational Crime in Washington DC on Capitol Hill said: ”Cyber Terrorist are not in the business of selling candy at the candy store and perhaps we still need a second wake-up call.”

This message is loud and clear and could be met with fire and furry as this is clear evidence that Syria was indeed aware of the Syrian crisis long before it happened, while ISIS was infiltrating refugees around the world. Indeed alarming if the UN does not cooperate in this development.

CYBERPOL is currently investigating the issue further.

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