Stuxnet spawns bizarre conspiracy theories

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The n3td3v IT Security Consultancy in the UK, which is the brainchild of a =
well-known and eccentric self-professed securityexpert=94 named Andrew =
Wallace, posted this response to the aforecited SC Magazine article:

=93Motivation behind Stuxnet.=94 BP lobbied for the release of the Lockerbi=
e bomber, and the people responsible for Stuxnet wanted to make sure they p=
aid. To make sure the oil deal from releasing the bomber, BP couldn=92t mak=
e a profit from. Stuxnet targeted the oil well. There were a lot of unhappy=
 people after the release of Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi. Abdelbaset Ali al-M=
egrahi was convicted for blowing up Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotl=
and, on December, 21, 1988. He was freed on compassionate grounds by the Sc=
ottish government on August, 20, 2009. The claim was he had terminal prosta=
te cancer and was expected to have less than three months to live. It was a=
 lie and he is still alive living the life of riley in Libya. -=

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