Twitter on Wednesday suspended an account, @tdo_h4ck3rs, that recently began selling access to stolen legal documents involving the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Created last month, the account disappeared two days after it began peddling files belonging to Hiscox Syndicates Ltd., a Bermuda-based insurance provider that has handled litigation relating to
John Legend doesn't speak for Kanye West--and he doesn't pretend to, either.
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“@realDonaldTrump 100% correct,” the Nov. 2015 tweet read. “Muslims in Jersey City cheering when towers went down. I saw it, as you did, possibly on local CBS news.”