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Hackers break into PBS website, post story that Tupac Shakur is ‘alive and well’ in New Zealand

A group of Wikileaks sympathizers hacked PBS’ website late Sunday and posted a story that slain rapper Tupac Shakur was “alive and well” and living in New Zealand.

The group, identified as LulzSec, also posted passwords and email addresses of PBS staffers to its Twitter page, and taunted the news organization about the security breach.

“Dudes. Of course Tupac is alive. Didn’t you see that official @PBS article? Why would they lie to their 750,000+ followers?” the group Tweeted early Monday.

In a statement posted to Twitter, LulzSec said it was upset about PBS’ treatment of secret-spiller organization Wikileaks in a recent Frontline documentary called WikiSecrets.

“We just finished watching WikiSecrets and were less than impressed. We decided to sail our Lulz Boat over to the PBS servers for further… perusing,” the statement said.

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