First they hacked Sony. Then, they forced the company to cancel its Christmas Day release of Seth Rogen and James Franco's movie "The Interview" by threatening 9/11-style violence. President Obama has since called the cancellation "a mistake."
That still wasn't enough. The hackers known as #GOP or "Guardians of Peace" then demanded "The Interview" never see the light of day in any form, want all traces of the movie removed or they would release more sensitive information regarding its employees.
And guess what ... they're still not done with their demands and are now going directly after President Obama and his administration.
North Korea is saying they have "clear evidence" that Barack Obama was the real mastermind behind "The Interview" and are pledging retaliation even as the North Korean government denies it is harboring the #GOP, saying in a statement:
"The NDC of the DPRK highly estimates the righteous action taken by the "guardians of peace," though it is not aware of their residence."