According to Variety, North Korea has denied all involvement with the Sony hacks, even though the FBI found some strong evidence pointing to them. In order to clear their name, they have offered O'Bama and our government the opportunity to have a joint investigation into these hackings. However, if O'Bama turns down Kim's offer, then there have been sources saying that there will be "consequences" for that decision.
What do you think O'Bama should do? You think he should take Kim up on this offer and work together to find the "REAL" hacker behind this? Or do you think it might be best if we stick to our own investigation without their help? Please discuss.
Also, if you'd like to read the article by variety that goes into more detail about this, then please click on the link here:
http://variety.com/2014/film/news/sony- … 201384360/
The FBI says many things. They must show us the evidence. The US claimed to have had evidence that Russian separatists shot down the Malaysian airline but couldn't show the evidence because they had none.
Propaganda. North Korea wasn't behind this. The US is going to be looking for countries to blame on a false flag.
Perhaps we should believe North Korea until the FBI presents the evidence to back up its claims. I'm not saying North Korea didn't do this, but let's have the evidence.
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