Rumors of Charest’s death? Exaggerated. Hackers please! Quit

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Tabernac! Je ne suis morte. C'est merde. Tous les hackers? Mess wit' me and you mess wit' ma' gang! So okay Jean Charest does not speak lower Gatineau franglais. And he's not dead. That's good news. The bad news? Where's he gettin' his haircut. Jean. Vous etes le Premiere. Spiff out for a decent do. Photo by Maurice Duplessis. Speaking of dead Quebec Premieres. PICTURE BY HANS WESTERLING ©PHOTO NEWS/

NO! Jean Charest is not deceased – 


CBC Reports:

Hackers broke into the website of the newspaper Le Devoir overnight Tuesday and posted a fake story that Quebec Premier Jean Charest had died.

The paper posted a notice early in the morning on its website offering apologies to readers and to Charest himself, saying it was looking into the incident.

The site was taken offline after the hacking to be cleaned up and is working again.

Nobody has stepped forward to claim responsibilty for the false posting.

There have been a number of hacker attacks on websites around the world in recent months, aimed at governments and businesses.