An official law enforcement radio station in a New Zealand city was hijacked over the weekend and made to broadcast multiple versions of a notoriously anti-police rap song. Police told the Otago Daily Times that multiple versions of the song had been broadcast through the channel, including the Rage Against The Machine cover, which was played by hackers last Friday. The region's acting commander Inspector Kelvin Lloyd told local media that there were no police radios missing so police believed that the broadcasts were being made by an outside party who had not yet been found. Lloyd said that the explicit music did not offend him or his colleagues but said that whoever was hacking the station was more than just a nuisance. He did condemned the hacker for putting lives at risk by hijacking a radio station used by police to communicate and coordinate law enforcement.
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