Hackers Knockdown Indiana ‘Right to Life’ Website for Supporting RFRA

After attacking Indiana government website for passing Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), hackers have now started attacking anyone supporting the RFRA.

The official website of an Indiana based Nonprofit organization ‘Right to Life’ was taken down by hackers in a powerful DDoS attack Tuesday morning for supporting the controversial anti-LGBT — Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).

The individuals behind this cyber attack are active on Twitter with the handle of @KimJSquad and claim they have nothing to do with Vikingdomon group who previously had shutdown the official Indiana State Website for drafting RFRA.

‘Right to Life’s CEO Mike Fichter said the hackers are coward for attacking our website for exercising our freedom of speech as we support the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. 

“This attack on our website is cowardly. We have been exercising our freedom of speech as we support the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which is an important safeguard for pro-life Hoosiers against government directives supporting abortion. This attack appears to be in retaliation for that support. It’s disappointing that the level of discourse has been lowered by a party wishing to silence our voice,” according to Fichter while talking to WSBT.

KimJSquad claims they also leaked personal information of organization’s CEO Mike Fichter.

The organisation’s Facebook page also announced that their site has been shutdown by hackers for supporting RFRA.


A screenshot taken from Right to life website shows the site is down since it was attacked three days ago.


At the time of publishing this article, the Indiana Right to Life website was down.


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