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North Korea Says They're Being Framed for Sony Cyber Attack

Guardians of Peace, the hacker group that previously took credit for the Sony cyber attack, mocked the FBI and their investigation that determined North Korea was "centrally involved" in the Sony hack. "The result of investigation by FBI is so excellent that you might have seen what we were doing with your own eye," the Guardians of Peace wrote in a statement posted on the file-sharing site Pastebin (via CNN). "We congratulate you success. FBI is the BEST in the world. You will find the gift for FBI at the following address. Enjoy." The hackers also included a link to a YouTube video titled "you are an idiot!"

The FBI and President Barack Obama both confirmed Friday that the cyber attack on Sony Pictures that forced the cancellation of The Interview by threatening acts of terrorism against movie theatres was perpetrated by North Korea. However, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has once again denied that they're involved in the Sony hack, with the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) issuing a statement that says the secretive nation is being framed.

"Whoever is going to frame our country for a crime should present concrete evidence," KCNA said (via CNN). "America's childish investigation result and its attempt to frame us for this crime shows their hostile tendency towards us." North Korea also said that they would never attack "innocent moviegoers," as the hackers promised. "The retaliation will target the ones who are responsible and the originators of the insults," the KCNA reported.