Operation Slipknot


April 18, 2008

An email was sent from Jim Gordon <jim.gordon@gpdmcu.com> to informants who were caught via Acmesecuritysystems/delos:


April 23, 2008

Another email sent from Jim Gordon:

Note: "Operation Slipknot" contained a link to Gpdmcu.com/operationslipknot.

The operation was a hunt for GPD officers who had been issued arrest warrants due to their involvement with Concerned Citizens for a Better Gotham. Mugshots were featured on the site, and clicking on them led to details about their identity.

The participant was meant to call the Gotham Intercontinental Hotel (1 866 306 5589) and tell the concierge they are one of the officers in question (giving the corresponding reference number for each individual officer), and that their travel plans had changed so the package needed to be forwarded. The concierge asked for a mailing address, and the participant was then told that the package would be sent overnight to them, addressed to the participant "in care of." The participant's phone number was also requested in case there was an issue with the package.

Once the informant had received the package and submitted the information, the status of their officer changed to "Moving to Apprehend."


April 23, 2008

After all packages were intercepted, a message popped up automatically upon page load:

April 24, 2008

As informants began to receive their packages, the webpage's Assignment section was updated:

April 24, 2008 at 6pm EDT

The home page was updated to show a new message:

April 24, 2008 at 7:30pm EDT

The home page was again updated:

Soon after, a call from Gordon was received by all intercepting informants:

A text message from humanresources@whysoserious.com was also received by these new participants, leading to Whysoserious.com/Itsallpartoftheplan.

June 20, 2008

A new email from Gordon was sent to all Delos informants: