A group of hackers affiliated with ISIS have released a kill list of law enforcement officers in the United States.
FOX's Gary Baumgarten reports:
36 names of law enforcement officers in Minnesota and the Dakotas and their personal information on the list:
(Loven) "Clearly we in law enforcement don't want this type of information out there if at all possible. As far as whether or not it's chilling, it's certainly something that is not wanted."
That's FBI spokesman Kyle Loven. The list, published by the so-called Caliphate Cyber Army, includes their home addresses, their emails and their phone numbers.
A similar ISIS hack last year targeted the United States military's Central Command.
Gary Baumgarten, FOX News.