Self-proclaimed anti-fascist hackers have struck a major blow at
controversial World War II historian David Irving by taking down two of his
websites and publishing scores of his emails and private information.
The 16,000-word missive posted to Wikileaks contains the names and contact
details of supporters of Irving, who — among other things — claims that Adolph
Hitler was unaware of the Holocaust. It also includes passwords for accounts
Irving used to receive email, administer his websites, and process online
purchases of his books and tickets. Its posting over the weekend coincided with
the outage of his two websites, Irvingbooks.com and Focal Point Magazine.