Pornographer says he hacked al Qaeda

Friday, 9 August 2002, 9:46 AM EST

From his beachfront home, Jon Messner uses his keyboard as a weapon against the enemy's site - first reported by CNN four months ago - that posts statements from high-ranking al Qaeda members.

When Al Neda site visitors, whom he says he believes are al Qaeda members, discovered the covert operation, they cried "Infidel!"

Messner 's real job? He runs an Internet porn site.

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Comment:

If he's doing things to upset al Qaeda members, is it wise to be on CNN and have your photo available? Nope.




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