Two years ago an individual calling himself Oliver Tucket managed to hack some major Syrian websites. He claimed no current affiliation with Anonymous but felt he was part of an ongoing effort, a cyber war, being waged on the internet. “While this is pale and rather insignificant in comparison to what is happening on the ground in Syria” said Tucket “this is my very small contribution to their struggle”. Tucket had a Twitter account @olivertuckedout that he used to taunt Syrian Twitter accounts.
oliver tucket @olivertuckedout 2 Sep 2013
is the internet still working #Syria ?
Oliver Tucket did his hacking in 2013. In 2014 a Twitter account appeared by the name @OliverTucket. This was a Neal Rauhauser account. This was not the first nor last time Rauhauser created a Twitter account to soak up the popularity from another person or cause (@kidkenoma, @electMarcoRubio, @occupythehouse, @occupyrebellion to name a few)
After the account was outed as being an imposter, Neal changed the name to @AntiCrisisGirl which was the name of a covert Operation by the NSA to keep track of who visted the WikiLeaks website. Neal was outed again so then he changed the account name to @CaptienRobvious to harass a private investigator in Texas. Neal outed himself as the operator of that account on the libel blog, ViaViewFiles, run by Tom Retzlaff.
Neal could be a good spy but his mouth is as big as his ego.
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The account then changed it’s name to @anticrisisgirl. AntiCrisisGirl was supposedly a NSA code phrase.
After @AntiCrisisGirl the account name was changed to Captainrobvious. Neal outed himself on the ViaViewBlog