Thursday 20 September 2012
The Anonymous Solidarity Network provides support for those who are facing prosecution for alleged involvement in “Anonymous” activities. We believe that community acts of internet protest are not crimes nor conspiracies and should not be prosecuted as such.
We plan on keeping folks updated with legal developments as well as provide information and resources to other Anons to protect themselves and have a better understanding of what we’re up against. Remember, you cannot arrest an idea, and while they may be able to harass and arrest a few of us, they can never stop us all. Free em all!
Today will mark 200 days that Jeremy Hammond has been imprisoned without bail and without trial for having allegedly committed the 2011 attack against Strafor. On this day we stand in absolute solidarity with Jeremy Hammond and ask that everyone take a few moments to educate themselves or others regarding Jeremy’s case and the information that he selflessly made available to us. Do not allow his sacrifice to be in vain!
“The Jeremy Hammond Support Network” in solidarity with FreeAnons, has released a Benefit CD “Hear Us Now” to raise money for Jeremy and other Anons being prosecuted. Per Jeremy’s request part of the proceeds will be donated to «The Anonymous Solidarity Network». Show your support and purchase a track!
Visit us on Anonops IRC or email use at freeanons(at)hushmail.com for any additional information. If you, personally, would like a say in how the money is used we invite you to join the Anonymous Solidarity Network. You can get more involved by visiting us on AnonOps IRC Channel #FreeAnons.
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