News Hackers threaten to release Trump documents from Georgia case if they don't get a ransom by Thursday

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The hacking group responsible for taking down Fulton County's websites in Georgia is threatening to publish documents from the state's court system — including ones related to the criminal case against Donald Trump — unless it gets paid a ransom.

In a message posted online Saturday, in both English and Russian, the hacking group called LockBit said the stolen documents "contain a lot of interesting things and Donald Trump's court cases that could affect the upcoming US election."

Initially, LockBit set a Saturday, March 2, deadline for the payment, according to the cybersecurity reporter Christopher Krebs.

It has since moved up that deadline to 8:49 a.m. ET on Thursday, February 29, LockBit's restored website shows.

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