As reported by ABC News, “The personal information of 100 service members was posted on a website by a previously unknown group calling itself the “Islamic State Hacking Division” that urged “lone wolf” sympathizers to kill those named on the list.”
“Several of the military service members whose personal information appears on a purported ISIS “hit list” said today they are unfazed by the online threat, as military officials continued the process of notifying individuals named on the list. ABC News is not identifying the three service members who provided reactions to their personal information appearing on the list.”
But what is most frightening about this whole episode is that it reflects the declining status, regard and respect of America. What have we become when our enemy believes it is free to post a hit list of our men and women — and their families?
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