BREAKING NEWS – Washington, D.C. – A security firm has brought new evidence to the FBI that strongly suggests that the Sony Pictures hacking was an inside job. Kurt Stammberger, senior vice president for market development at cyber intelligence firm Norse, told FoxNews.com that his company was turning over “raw data” to the FBI on Tuesday. He said the company also briefed the FBI for “two or three hours” on Monday during a meeting in St. Louis. “They were very open” to the new information, Stammberger said. Among other details, he said Norse has data about the malware samples that point to “super, super detailed insider information” that only a Sony Pictures insider would have. Stammberger also stated that his company believes that it was either a disgruntled employee, or Kim Jong Un’s cousin, that had been working at Sony Pictures for six months, quit his job a week ago, and was last seen unboarding a plane in North Korea while laughing hysterically.