Calling it the first example of state sponsored Cyber Warfare, the FBI says that North Korea was behind the Sony Hack that prompted the studio to drop The Interview from it's release schedule. Leo's not buying it, though. First off, the US has been doing Cyber Warfare for years, as did Israel with the Stuxnet virus that broke centrifuges in Iran's Nuclear program. So it's far from the first.
There's also a theory that the hack was done by disgruntled employees, and it just seems to amateur-ish to be a legitimate cyber warfare attack. The hackers didn't even mention the movie in their attack until the media suggested it. Even Wired isn't buying this story. All of Korea's data comes through China, so could it be a China operation? It's very puzzling and Leo says there's way more to this story. Something isn't right.