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Reader: Cheating Bastards Revealed in Ashley Madison Hack Need to Be Known

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Our post about the unknown individuals behind the hack of Ashley Madison, a site that promotes extramarital hookups, revealing personal and financial data of users attracted a huge response.

Maybe that's because of the numbers involved: 3.2 million users overall, with approximately 70,000 located in the Denver metro area, according to an estimate the site offered to us earlier this year.

Whatever the case, many of our readers found it difficult to know for whom to root in the current situation.

Not this person, however. She's definitely anti-cheater, as you'll see.

Salvatrice Messina writes:

The bastards need to be known..... You want to play with fire, I hope your ass gets burned, and I hope they have to pay great spousal alimony.... Burn baby burn!.

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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