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Xavier 'Sabu' Monsegur had apparently been working for the FBI for the last couple of months, it isn't too far-fetched to think that the leaks of the Stratfor e-mails given to Wikileaks by Anonymous was nothing more than a tactic to entrap Wikileaks and build a case against Assange. Was the arrest last week of the five LulzSec members just part of an intermediate stop gap in the pursuit of a far more prominent fugitive, namely Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks?

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Examining The Gray Areas Of Life: Things Illegal, Immoral, Controversial
Introduction
Welcome to the Gray Areas magazine relaunch on G+! We explore subjects which are illegal, immoral, and/or controversial in the fields of law, music, technology, popular culture and sociology, plus cover cool things as well to offset all the dark subject matter. We print all points of view and are best known for coverage of hackers, sex workers, criminals of all kinds, privacy rights, prisons, copyright issues and bootleg tapes. We try to avoid anything to do with religion, politics, poetry, sports or weather.

"In life, there is no black and white, only... 
Gray Areas." Founded in 1991, Gray Areas published its first issue in 1992 and was instantly named "One of the Ten Best Magazines of 1992" byLibrary Journal and "#1 Zine Of 1993" by Pulse! (Tower Records), repeatedly named in the High Times Hemp 100 and won dozens of other top web awards. Paper issues stopped in 1995, some articles are on the Gray Areas web site (http://www.grayarea.com), gray news clippings are shared on Facebook regularly and, now, we're back, here... 

Back issues are in limited supply and are offered as a full set of 7 paper issues, postage paid, for $40 in the USA and $50 abroad. Individual issues are $10 each in the USA, or $15 abroad. We accept PayPal and USPS money orders. 

Issue Contents (from our Wikipedia entry)

Issue 1 - Fall 1992 - Volume 1, No. 1 (84 pages)

Issue 2 - Spring 1993 - Volume 2, No. 1 (116 pages)

Issue 3 - Summer 1993 - Volume 2, No. 2 (132 pages)

Issue 4 - Fall 1993 - Volume 2, No. 3 (148 pages)

Issue 5 - Spring 1994 - Volume 3, No. 1 (148 pages)

Issue 6 - Fall 1994 - Volume 3, No. 2 (148 pages)

Issue 7 - Spring 1995 - Volume 4, No. 1 (148 pages)