Beto O’Rourke Was A Former Hacking Group Member In His Teen Days!

Beto O’Rourke Was A Former Hacking Group Member In His Teen Days!
Beto O’Rourke, who’s better known for his candidature for
the Democratic Presidential seat, has been revealed to be a part of an eminent
hacking group in his teen days.

Recently in an interview for an upcoming book, O’Rourke
confirmed that during his days in El Paso, he was a member of a hacking cult of
the name, “Cult of the Dead Cow”.
His major tasks while in the group comprised of stealing
long-distance phone service, participating stealthily in electronic discussions
and related offenses.
While in the group he also took to writing online essays by
the pen name of “Psychedelic Warlord”.
The essays ranged from fiction from the perspective of a
killer to mocking a neo-Nazi.
According to the article, the ex-congressman was one of the
most renowned former hackers of the American Politics.
The book goes by the name of “Cult of the Dead Cow: How the
Original Hacking Supergroup Might Just Save the World.”
The book also encompasses the first-time mentions of the
members of the aforementioned cult after they finally agreed to be named.
There is neither evidence nor insinuations as to Beto being
a part of illegal hacking activities that deal with writing code or so.
The group in 1980s started getting known for hijacking
others’ machines. It was all kind of controversial.
O’Rourke being a presidential candidate gets kind of in a
shady side of the court with a past like this.
He was born to a high-up family in El Paso, but he also had
played in a punk band before he started his small technology business and stepped
into local politics.
O’Rourke’s national presence was enhanced when he defeated
Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz during a Senate campaign.
On the brighter side, Beto’s involvement shows a profound
sense of technological comprehension and a powerful will to change what’s not

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