Audacious Hack Exposes Bush Family Pix, E-Mail Hacker breached AOL account

Audacious Hack Exposes Bush Family Pix, E-Mail

Hacker breached AOL account of ex-president's sister, other

FEBRUARY 7--The apparent hack of several e-mail accounts has exposed personal photos and sensitive correspondence from members of the Bush family, including both former U.S. presidents, The Smoking Gun has learned.

The photos and e-mails were uploaded yesterday to an online account that appears to have been hacked for the purpose of hosting the material.

In e-mail exchanges with the person who claimed responsibility for the hack, the individual claimed to have swiped “a lot of stuff,” including “interesting mails” about George H.W. Bush’s recent hospitalization, “Bush 43,” and other Bush family members.

Included in the hacked material is a confidential October 2012 list of home addresses, cell phone numbers, and e-mails for dozens of Bush family members, including both former presidents, their siblings, and their children. The posted photos and e-mails contain a watermark with the hacker’s online alias, “Guccifer.”

Correspondence obtained by the hacker indicates that at least six separate e-mail accounts have been compromised, including the AOL account of Dorothy Bush Koch, daughter of George H.W. Bush and sister of George W. Bush. Other breached accounts belong to Willard Heminway, 79, an old friend of the 41st president who lives in Greenwich, Connecticut; CBS sportscaster Jim Nantz, a longtime Bush family friend; former first lady Barbara Bush’s brother; and George H.W. Bush’s sister-in-law.

Both Heminway and Nantz corresponded with Bush, 88, about playing golf and visiting the Bush compound in Kennebunkport, Maine.

The hacked e-mails, sent between 2009 and 2012, include correspondence between Nantz and George W. Bush’s scheduler about an October 2010 golf outing in Dallas. One e-mail includes the street address for Bush, 66, as well as the four-digit code Nantz needed to enter at a security gate. A second e-mail includes details of where Nantz and Bush planned to have dinner after their Saturday golf outing.

One of the hacked Heminway e-mails was sent to him by Brit Hume, the Fox News political analyst, days after the 2012 presidential election. “Election outcome disappointing, but there are many silver linings,” Hume wrote in the November 9 e-mail.

The breach of Dorothy Bush’s AOL account yielded the hacker e-mails that were sent to her late last year about the health of her father, who was then hospitalized in Houston. A November 28 "Report on Dad" e-mail was sent to several family members by Neil Bush, one of George H.W. Bush’s four sons, and included specific details of the 41st president’s illness and prognosis.

In a December 27 e-mail to his four siblings, Jeb Bush saluted his ailing father’s “kindness and good nature” and pointed to “how kind he was with President Clinton and he helped restore his sordid reputation. A very tough thing to do but with kindness, dad probably helped Bill Clinton than anything he himself has done.”

http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/bush-family-hacked-589132

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It almost looks like it was; First, a PR stunt for Bush family, and second, a reason for tightening cyberspace control. Mostly irrelevant and private information.

Hack o'dumblers records. Could put a lot of questions to bed.

I is trying boss ;)

Well, well, well.  There have been rumors abounding that "Poppy" (a nickname in honor of his heroin drug trade business out of Afghanistan) GHW Bush was hiding in Methodist Hospital, Houston, to avoid some legal consequences of his heinous life-long illegal activities.  Looking at the first image with Poppy dressed in his green hospital gown, comfortably recumbent in bed, not requiring an IV or nasogastric tube, reading the paper, and coffee cup within comfortable reach, I would have to agree. 

Now if somebody could just come up with some pictorial evidence to validate the rumor that the Bushies were recently nabbed in Arkansas and prevented from fleeing the US to escape to their vast (greater than 80,000 acres) ranch estate in Paraguay.

By the way, what is "Guccifer"?  Is this some word play on Lucifer?

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