(Bloomberg) North Korea Threatens Greater Pain If Punished Over Sony Hacking

North Korea warned that any U.S. punishment over the hacking attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment would lead to damage “thousands of times greater,” with targets including the White House and Pentagon.

Hackers including the “”˜Guardians of Peace’’ group that forced Sony to pull a comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong Un ”˜”˜are sharpening bayonets not only in the U.S. mainland but in all other parts of the world,’’ the Kim-led National Defense Commission said in a statement published yesterday by the official Korean Central News Agency. Even so, North Korea doesn’t know who the Guardians are, the commission said.

North Korea has called on the U.S. to hold a joint investigation into the incident, after rejecting the conclusion by the Federal Bureau of Investigation that it was behind the attack. President Barack Obama said last week that Sony had ”˜”˜suffered significant damage,’’ and vowed to respond to North Korea ”˜”˜in a place and time and manner that we choose.’’

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One comment on “(Bloomberg) North Korea Threatens Greater Pain If Punished Over Sony Hacking

  1. BlueOntario says:

    To paraphrase the BBC’s commentary: “We in North Korea had nothing to do with the attack on Sony, and if you don’t publically agree with us we’ll attack more places!”