Staff members for a prominent pro-family organization that has been key to the battle against California’s mandated homosexual indoctrination programs for public schools are working off-site while an investigation is conducted into threats that someone would arrive at the office and “punish” them, officials confirmed today.
The investigation into the threats follows several days of aggressive attacks on the website for Capitol Resource Family Impact, which has restored the site multiple times, only to see another hacker attack disable the location. Karen England, chief of the organization that has played a prominent role in a challenge to the implementation of SB777, a legislative plan to mandate only positive messages about homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexuality in public schools, confirmed the web attacks, and the subsequent threat.
“Last night CRI’s website was hacked again by the same vandals that have been attacking our website and e-mail servers for the last several days,” she said in a notification to supporters. “One of our internet savvy supporters has been investigating the source of the hacks and discovered that several hacker websites are taking credit for the attack on our organization.
Hacking the sites of our enemies, while it may be temporarily satisfying, is contrary to the ideals of the kind of open society we are trying to build. Don’t do it, people.