For at least thirty minutes the site displayed a graphic video of what appeared to be a wounded child being tended to by medical workers.Here's the image:
A user named Dr. Sha6h claimed responsibility for the hack and also displayed a message that read "This is a message. Free Syrian People."
From The Blade:
The flag shown is that of the Syrian Republic (1932—1958) and the Syrian Arab Republic (1961—1963).And Toledo News Now:
The writing continued: "This security breach is not to make damage, it is only to deliver a specific message to the world."The page also linked to Twitter and Facebook pages of a person or group named 'Dr. SHA6H'. This account tweeted Thursday morning that they had "#Hacked the official website of the City of Perrysburg in #USA Only to deliver a message #FreeSyria People"