The group claiming to be the hackers responsible for stealing troves of Sony executives emails released a note Tuesday apparently threatening physical attacks on the theaters where the upcoming comedy “The Interview” will be played – a threat two leading homeland security experts think is little more than a “mind game.”
The note was reportedly released by the Guardians of Peace, the group claiming to be behind previous Sony hack attacks and suspected of being linked to North Korea. “The Interview” is a fictional comedy about two Americans who are asked to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
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