Crash Override Network Trello Chat Logs Set To Leak This Weekend
(Last Updated On: September 6, 2016)

Someone approached One Angry Gamer and has informed us that the Trello chat logs for Crash Override Network are set to go public this weekend, either Saturday or Sunday. These logs were hinted at in the recent video that YouTuber Leo Pirate put out, indicating that more discussions from the supposed abuse specialist organization would be made available for all to see.

For those of you who have not seen the Leo Pirate video, you can check it out below.

So what are in the leaks and what can we expect from them? I don’t know. Will the leaks be large or small? I don’t know. Will there be damning information in the leaks? I don’t know. Ultimately it’s like when WikiLeaks leaks something and people have to trawl through the information to sometimes find useful golden nuggets. Highlighting potential wrongdoing, alleged corruption and possible criminal activity requires a lot of diligence and digging.

Leo Pirate nor the individual who informed One Angry Gamer about the Trello leaks gave information or indication of how the leaks would be made available. There’s also no indication if the leaks are from the same source within Crash Override Network  who leaked previous material or if someone else within the organization is leaking additional, private data due to concerns of what the abuse prevention network is involved in.

Regardless, it’s a complete change in narrative as multiple websites have been promoting Crash Override Network and giving them free publicity as a trustworthy organization for people suffering from harassment, cyber-bullying or online abuse, despite the fact that information has come to light showing that they have been engaged in harassment, doxxing and potential sabotage.

Outlets like Birth.Movies.Death have seen writers like Andrew Todd giving Crash Override Network auspicious promotion on January 17th, 2015, along with Zachary Jason from Boston Magazine in a piece published within May of 2015. Others like Julie Bort from Business Insider on January 18th, 2015, Craig Chapple from Develop Online with an article published on January 19th, 2015, Dan Pearson from on February 10th, 2015, Alex Hern from The Guardian on January 19th, 2015, and Todd Martens from Hero Complex with a piece published on February 4th, 2015 highlighted the importance of Crash Override Network, while  Sarah E. Needleman from The Wall Street Journal gave Crash Override Network a lot of love in an article published on March 4th, 2015.

There are many other outlets who have also given similar kinds of coverage to Crash Override Network, so we’ll see if they’re inclined to cover whatever comes out of the Trello leaks.

In the meantime, the owner of, an online resource that tracks video game journalism corruption – has published an updated piece on his Bone Golem blog to highlight additional conflicts of interest by video game journalists covering both Zoe Quinn and the Crash Override Network, which might be worth checking out ahead of the Trello leaks.

Ian Miles Cheong, former member of the Crash Override Network, also put the gaming and mainstream media on blast over at Heat Street for failing to follow through and update their pieces (or provide new information) on the Crash Override Network being involved with doxxing, abuse and other scandalous material.

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  • Year Zero

    Lance the boil. Let the pus flow like a river.

  • Alistair

    Hmm intreasting if the press media and all media in general refuse to report of the leaks like kotaku just take screenshots and links on they very website see what response you get.

  • C G Saturation

    Doesn’t feel like incriminating leaks make a difference when even leaks about major corruption in the U.S. presidential election slip by with nary a whimper. Dunno if it’s because people don’t care or what.

    • That’s because of the framing and the awful burial that the leaks received by the media. Actual proof that the DNC were colluding to subvert Sanders and the whole thing was mostly buried under clickbait headlines and topical redirection.

      I think people would have cared if the media gave them a reason to, but ultimately the whole thing was treated like some kind of non-important press release because it happened while Clinton was receiving the Democratic nod from the committee.

      • lucben999

        “Actual proof that the DNC were colluding to subvert Sanders and the whole thing was mostly buried under clickbait headlines and topical redirection.”

        Those evil Russians though.

  • Mr.Towel

    I’m sure CON will use all of its creative power to somehow turn this into a Victim Card.

    • Elilla Shadowheart

      “We’re not really abusers, those people made us dox them!” I can see it now…

  • Hawk Hopper

    So, the tome of the world’s greatest projectionists continues.

  • scemar

    ah yesss more leaks more
    let all the corruption flow in the open

    now which mainstream media will actually cover it huh? will they even admit they were wrong?

    • “now which mainstream media will actually cover it huh? will they even admit they were wrong?”

      If they cover it they’ll ignore the leaks and just say how “sexist” and “misogynistic” the industry is for attacking an anti-abuse group

      • chaoguy

        So bank on the “underbelly” of MSM to cover it instead. All the non-mainstream websites that someone here follows this, someone there follows that, soon everyone hears about it.
        People just need to realize they can talk about shit that isn’t mainstream and not be ostracized for it.

    • TT

      I figure the coverage will mainly be about the “lawlessness” of leaking things they feel should remain private.