Hackers Threaten Mexico Drug Cartels

    GRAPHIC CONTENT - In this Sept. 26, 2011 photo, Mexican Army soldiers look at two bodies lying next to a charred vehicle in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico. Acapulco has seen a surge of crime incidents as rival drug gangs battle for control. Five years after President Felipe Calderon launched an offensive against Mexico's five main drug cartels, the nation is now dominated by two powerful organizations that appear poised for a one-on-one battle to control drug markets and trafficking routes. (AP Photo/Bernandino Hernandez)

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    The hacking group Anonymous may soon take on a group few people have dared to cross: the Mexican drug cartels. Anonymous claims that Los Zetas, one of the most violent cartels, kidnapped one of its hackers at a street protest. The group has demanded the hacker’s release, or else it says it will publish the identities and addresses of cartel associates, including corrupt police officers. Anonymous has asked for the hacker’s release by Nov. 5.

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