The US Justice Department has strange DNS records that have appeared over the years. For instance, see the last row of the screenshot below. It is not currently clear to 12 Security the relationship between pissedonpornstars.com and justice2.usdoj.gov, yet it exists very clearly in data captured from passive DNS servers.
Now let's look at records from within the last 30 days. First, someone has issued 260,322 requests to leo.gov. LEO probably stands for "law enforcement officer". Except that site does not appear to currently exist / have a hosting presence.
Even more odd is the apparent popularity of cjis.gov. The domain does not actually resolve to anything currently, only subdomains underneath it. This is strange and not best hosting practices.
TURKEY TROTS TO WATER GG FROM CINCPAC ACTION COM THIRD FLEET INFO COMINCH CTF SEVENTY-SEVEN X WHERE IS RPT WHERE IS TASK FORCE THIRTY FOUR RR THE WORLD WONDERS