Wednesday, 27 February 2013


Can you tell the criminals in government are getting scared of EXPOSURE; you know, like we just put on the BANK OF AMERICA HEROIN CASH TRADE BOXES PROOF.

Really, it seems like CRIMINALS, operating with STATE ISSUED LICENCES, indicate, somewhat, who the REAL CRIMINALS< really, are:

#ANONYMOUS Bank of America DUMP 2 (5GB)

Isn't that logic thing rather a WONDERFUL thing, at cutting through the BULLSHIT?


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"100 Years Worth of Federal Prison Charges for Alleged 'Hactivist'?
The federal government is on a rampage to punish Anonymous-style hackers.

Photo Credit: Kints
February 22, 2013 |

Alleged “hacktivist” Barrett Brown, the 31-year old mislabeled “spokesman” for the shadowy hacker collective known as Anonymous, faces federal charges that could put him away forover a hundred years.Did he engage in a spree of murders? Run a child-sex ring? Not quite. His crime: making leaked e-mails accessible to the public—documents that shine a light on the shadowy world of intelligence contracting in the post-9/11 era.

A critically acclaimed author and provocative journalist, Brown cannot be too easily dismissed as some unruly malcontent typing away in the back of a gritty espresso lounge. He iseccentric. And he was clearly high on something, if only his own hubris, when he made a threatening video that put him in the feds’ crosshairs. But that’s not the real reason for the government’s overreaction. Evidence indicates it has a lot more to do with sending a message to the community he comes from, which the government sees—correctly—as a threat.

The Barrett Brown case is simply the latest in a string of prosecutions in which the government pursues anyone involved in making information “liberated” from governmental or corporate entities easily accessible to the public. Those targeted are not necessarily accused of the illegal entry itself (the “hack”) or violating contracts (as in the case of a “leak”). These are people performing a function analogous to that of a newspaper—yet they can face prison sentences longer than those prescribed for murderers, rapists, and terrorists.

The Obama administration’s assault on accountability is dual-pronged: attack the messenger (as in the case of Brown, WikiLeaks, even New York Timesreporters) and attack the source ( Bradley Manning, John Kiriakou, Thomas Drake, etc.). In fact, seven of those sources have been indicted as traitors under the 1917 Espionage Act during the Obama years alone—more than double the “espionage” charges against whistleblowers by all previous presidential administrations combined."


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