Reporter Sharyl Attkisson : ‘I think I know’ who’s been hacking my computers

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly interviewed CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson Monday night about the fact that both her personal and business computers had been hacked since at least 2011. She also has ac suspicion as to who is behind it.

Attkisson is best known for her hard-hitting reports on both “Operation Fast and Furious” and most recently, the terrorist attack on our foreign mission in Benghazi, Libya, which resulted in the murder of four Americans.

She indicated that she first became suspicious when her computers began turning on and off for no reason at night. She called someone in on her own to investigate. When he indicated she had a problem, she informed CBS News who brought someone else in. CBS News confirmed the cyber-invasion on Friday, according to Mediaite.

Attkisson concluded that because her personal finances haven’t been compromised, the hacking has to be related to at least one ongoing investigation. Although she didn’t mention names, she admitted she had a suspect in mind.

When O’Reilly remarked, “I assume you have a suspicion,” Attkission confirmed, “Well, I think I know.”

H/T Mediaite


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