Each video shows a masked man standing. He even altered his voice.
“This is no joke. The only joke is your security,” the masked man said.
This spokesperson for the group claims to have access to sensitive information.
“You should really keep a tighter security of your server data. We suggest you heed our warning,” the masked man said.
The spokesperson says he has a list of officers, along with their addresses and phone numbers. They have claimed to have hacked the department’s server. The group has already released dozens of names and has threatened to release more.
They are upset over the arrest of now 21-year-old Travis Robey. He was arrested last June after a suspicious vehicle call. Screams can be heard on cell phone video captured during the arrest.
Last week, Robey accepted a plea deal. The harsher charges were dropped.
The group “Anonymous” believes Robey was forced to cave in. His attorney told us last week, the family just wanted to move forward with their lives. But a spokesperson for the group “Anonymous” says they are out for revenge on behalf of Robey.
“Chief Bart Connelly, do the right thing for your city and take these officers badges and guns,” the masked man said.
We are waiting on a response from the police department and the union. The spokesperson for “Anonymous” has also promised us a statement. We asked for an interview, but the spokesperson said the group is not based in Lee County and don’t want to meet up for security reasons.
The city denies any server was hacked.
On Friday, there’s a protest calling to end police brutality in Cape Coral at 10 a.m. It’s on Del Prado Boulevard at Pine Island. There’s also a rally in support of law enforcement in Fort Myers later in the day at 3 p.m. on Daniels Parkway and US-41.