Hackers have disabled the website of the Army of Colombia

The hacker group Anonymous Colombia has declared itself involved in the blocking of the page of the armed forces of Colombia.

The hackers explained their actions as a protest against violence during the suppression of days of protests against tax reform in the country.

The hackers ‘ statement stresses that they reject the killings and harassment committed during the national strike against the tax reform of the government of Ivan Duque.

“Anonymous Colombia” said that they are closing the official page of the national army.

In Colombia, there have been protests against tax increases for a week. It is reported that 18 protesters and 1 police officer were killed, and 89 people are missing.

The Ministry of Defense cites figures of 840 injured and 431 detained people.

Author: Steve Cowan
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