The tents in Dewey Square may be long gone, but Occupy Boston supporters will not take their December 11th eviction lying down. This morning, the hacker group Anonymous took down the BPDNews.com website, turning it completely black with red text, and an embedded a music video from 80’s rapper KRS-One called “Sound Of Da Police.”

The text displays characters that spell “Antisec,” with hashtags, #anonymous, #antisec, #fuckfbifriday, #freebradleymanning and #freeanons. Under that, it reads:

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ANONYMOUS HACKS BOSTON POLICE WEBSITE IN RETALIATION FOR POLICE BRUTALITY AT OWS

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Is that it? Hell no, there is plenty more mayhem to deliver for this

#FuckFBIFriday. Do you remember a few months ago when #antisec attaked the

Boston Police and released hundred of passwords in retaliation for the brutality

against Occupy Boston? They clearly ignored our warnings, because not only did

they raid the camp again and kicked protesters off of public parks, but they

also sent undercover TSA agents to assualt and attempt to steal from some

organizers. So you get your kicks beating protesters? That’s OK; we get kicks

defacing and rm’n your websites – again. BDNNews.com, the “Boston Poice

Department Virtual Community” also fell to the swift merciless veangeance of the

hive. Do you really want to step to this??

Yikes.

In a statement posted on the Boston Police Department’s Facebook page:

The Boston Police Department is working diligently to restore the function of BPDNews.com, the department’s public safety blog. It is unfortunate that someone would go to this extent to compromise BPDNews.com, a helpful and informative public safety resource utilized daily by community members seeking up-to-date news and information about important safety matters. Our skillful technical staff is focused on rectifying this issue. Detectives continue their investigation into individuals engaging in this type of disruptive and criminal activity.

As of 11:15am, BPDNews.com was redirected to a blank page with a database error, as the BPD works to get the page back to its normal status.

Back in October, the BPD was hacked by Anonymous following the arrests of hundreds of protesters during a late-night raid on Dewey Square earlier that month. That hack resulted in the leak of police officers’ private information and passwords.