Hello world! Some days have passed since Julian Assange was arrested and since then, I have been watching the news all around, including facebook and twitter posts and comments. There is only one conclusion I can get to: people everywhere (most of them, not all) are idolizing Julian Assange…for them he is like a God, and if you try to comment on their posts/pages, and you put a word that they think it’s not ok, they become mad, with a great possibility of having rocks thrown at you (thankfully we are on the interwebz!). Now let me tell you something else:
It’s impossible to find the words to accurately express our grief for the passing of Sue Crabtree. Possibly because it’s so difficult to express what she meant to so many of us and how great of an impact she has had on our lives. Sue was a champion of the persecuted and oppressed, an advocate of the imprisoned, and a friend to Anons the world over. Although she has departed this life her spirit will carry on in the lives of the people that were fortunate enough to have known her. We love you, Sue.
The new Dean of the Boston University School of Law probably didn’t know that one of its lecturers is persecuting a Rolling Stone-featured human rights activist for defending the life of a child in a wheelchair who was being tortured!
“We would like to remind everyone not to click links posted to the channel,” is a simple yet effective message with which anyone that has spent time on IRC should be familiar. It serves as a warning, and it says: “Be smart and stay safe.” We are FreeAnons and for years we have witnessed the prosecution of our brothers and sisters. As FreeAnons, counter operations are an important part of our mission. With the recent activities in Ohio, we would like to share a few messages of our own: