The FBI used a blog called the Green Bay Press to attack the Arizona Republic.
The blog was set up as a fake publication and was created by the FBI’s Investigative Services Division (ISD).
The FBI is also responsible for publishing fake news on a variety of platforms, including Twitter, Facebook, Google Plus, and Pinterest.
According to the FBI, the FBI created the fake news website in the hopes that it would “bring attention to the publication’s content and its ability to provide information in the public interest.”
The FBI also created the blog because they were concerned that the Arizona State University (ASU) would publish the article without the required prior approval.
As of this writing, the blog is still online and is still being used to attack other publications.
The FBI and the ASU published a statement about the attack, and the investigation into the attack is ongoing.
The website was also used to launch an attack against the Arizona Democratic Party, which was also launched without the approval of the FBI.
We did not know the intent of the people behind this,” he said. “
We had no idea they were going to use our website as a platform for attacking us.
We did not know the intent of the people behind this,” he said.
“The fact that they went as far as to target us with their social engineering and their hacking of our site made it very, very hard for us to keep going.”
In an email to The Washington Times following the attack the FBI did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
This story has been updated to include additional information.
The article has been corrected to reflect that the fake site was created in the hope that it could bring attention to a publication’s value.