Usually we're totally for the U.S. government, but we cannot abide by what they are doing in this particular case!
Sources are saying that 1,200 dogs who guarded U.S. troops during war have been euthanized by the U.S. military all because they were labeled as “too dangerous” to be adopted by civilians and/or be used in law enforcement.
Also, according to U.S. Air Force reports given to Congress, between 2001 and 2005 alone there have been 16 dogs that were killed because their military usefulness no longer served a purpose.
On Saturday, a spokesman for the country relayed a message, stating:
"The U.S. should bear in mind that it will face serious consequences in case it rejects our proposal for joint investigation and presses for what it called countermeasures. We have a way to prove that we have nothing to do with the case without resorting to torture, as what the C.I.A. does."
However, there are a lot of similarities behind this attack on Sony and one they likely perpetrated on South Korean banks last year, like wiping out the systems they hacked into, which cyberattackers normally don't do.
The country also immediately denied involvement, but called the hack a