Despite the confirmation that Sony and the United States government has given, North Korea has stated that they were not the ones behind the hacking of Sony Pictures.
The country has supported the decision to pull the recent film, “The Interview,” from our theaters, and they want to help prove that they were not the ones behind the computer software hacking that took place last month before Thanksgiving.
The hacking released numerous movies that were not to be seen by the public yet, as well as other confidential emails and information.
North Korea is assuring the United States and Sony that they were not the ones, despite what the evidence is exposing. The North Korean government actually wants to join forces with the United States in an effort to help probe the software to trace that is really responsible.
For citizens who have been reading these articles about this controversial film, and the issues that our country has been having with North Koreas, it is easy to assume that North Korea is lying and that they were behind the hacking. However, if they are willing to join forces with the United States, that does say a lot about how they may not be the ones behind this group of “Guardians of the Peace.”
The joint partnership was met with a potential threat of consequences, if our government did not agree to team up, a tactic that our government may not respond well too, but North Korea clearly wants to prove that they were not the ones, and they want to show what proof they have.
A decision has yet to been made over the joint partnership that has been requested, but one will surely be made to the public soon enough.
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