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We make no excuses for our action. We act in defiance and we do so with earnest convictions. For this, we have nothing to offer in place of our guilt but our commitment to this cause and we offer it willingly. We offer so freely our commitment because it is all that we have left to give. We have nothing more. In the absences of what is right, we sought out morality and found indecency. In the face of prosecution, we sought fairness in courts of partiality. Deprived of justice we found peace and it is this peace that we offer as inspiration so that others may act.

For to act in defiance of injustice, notwithstanding persecution, is to secure victory in the face of certain defeat. It is in this moment that we cry, “Bella Ciao!” It is for this reason that we continue to fight. If it is our commitment that commemorates our struggle and our struggle that assures our victory then we will struggle and struggle we will for we are the Anonymous Solidarity Network! We are #FreeAnons and our struggle is that of prosecuted Anons. We will fight until ever Anon is free! In the words of Barrett Brown, “For now, and until that time, it is war, on paper as always, but war." Expect us.
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I wish we could. Here is the problem. When I was married we lived in the highest tax bracket school district.
I grew up poor. I understand the differences in of low income living and then extravagant.
My eldest daughter,who before my marriage, grew up around simplicity.
In 9th grade. She was being taught by the School District that "poor schools were taking money from our district and building fancy basketball courts, giving out laptops etc.
I was pissed.
I took her over to those schools and ofcourse it was a lie.

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Mail to the Jail! A project brought to you in solidarity by #FreeAnons and the Jeremy Hammond Support Network.  #Mail2TheJail
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yea, AGREED
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There are some that like to call us legacy because they consider our contributions but a commemoration of those who once long ago contributed but ask them, when was the last time they wrote a letter of support to an imprisoned Anon? When was the last time they considered the cause or why those arrested were arrested at all? No, they don’t bare Hammond’s burden or that of Weev’s or Brown’s. The burden of prosecuted Anons has fallen to those of us whom truly care and that is our legacy. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network and we will not be deterred nor shall we take rest until every Anon is free! #FreeAnons  
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+Barbara Godin  valid points, all! 
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Words of dissent are but the cry of the oppressed and woe to those who cry. Secret courts try citizens as terrorists, media and government are but two pawns of the same king, and our heroes have been put in jail. In solidarity with all of #Anonymous we remember our creed, “We will not forgive and we will not forget until every Anon is free!” Expect us in 2014. Merry Christmas, Anons.

– From #FreeAnons
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+Bob Nelmes lel
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A statement from our new president, Sue Crabtree.
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Anonymous has no head!
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Greetings to all. I have been president of the corporation set up for Freeanons for over two years. When we began, we were an irc channel, and had very little outside support. Since that time, Freeanons has grown tremendously, in terms of people willing to assist us. Thus, over the past year, we have explored options to strengthen the organization. Now we are ready to proceed.

Going forward, I want to focus solely on providing Freeanons’ pro bono legal support to the Anonymous collective. Dealing with money is both time-consuming and exhausting. I have made an effort to remain a constant presence in irc, and be open and available always, primarily because I felt it was my duty to do so as I handled funds. This was the right thing to do, and the only way to maintain trust and build credibility for us. For the past year, however, I have wanted others to deal with fundraising and set a goal to finish my own efforts in this regard by year’s end. Several other supporters, with whom we have built strong bonds, have agreed to step up to deal with fundraising. Sue Crabtree and Ryan Hanlin, who both have had access to Freeanons’ statements and records since they began support with us after Jeremy Hammond’s arrest, and thus are an integral part of Freeanons, not to mention tireless supporters, have started a new corporation for us. Over the next few weeks, Sue, as President, and Ryan, as Vice President will transition us to the new corporation. Pamela Drew and Tara Jill Ciccarone, both wonderful activists, will assist as officers.

Sue will have other support as well, and will write here in the coming days. Most importantly, they will assemble an advisory board. This board will have access required to perform funding reviews and help Freeanons make funding decisions. All the records of the original corporation will be retained by the new one, so documents and records are complete. The new corporation will have all my original bank statements, a system of numbered and documented donations to date, and paid expenses to date. The new corporation is a convenience to the new officers, as bank and corporate ownership should be easily accessible and appropriate to them. We will finish with the original corporation by January 1, 2014. Then we will do a review of final taxes on the original corporation, make payment of those taxes, and transfer the remaining balance to the new corporation. When we are finished, our 2013 1120 expenses and figures will be published here, as we did twice in 2012, once as a record to date, and once as final sworn figures. This time, we will publish the final figures once, when filed, as we are currently up-to-date. The new corporation will then take on reporting responsibility for the new year.

I have insisted on these measures to protect not just donors, but the officers themselves, who are ultimately responsible for funding decisions. Sue and Ryan are in full agreement, and will do whatever it takes to keep us going to the next phase. In my opinion, it’s better to keep funding and legal support distinct. Funding is a really hard and thankless job. I’m very appreciative Sue and Ryan, along with Pamela and the new board, are willing to take this on. As always, no person will be paid for their work with us. That’s why we appreciate the dedication it takes to see this through. I’m happy we are able to arrive at a point together where we have the infrastructure to grow. Thank you very much to them.

And, as always, thanks to the Anons at Anonops who continue to provide us with our home base irc, and to @AnonymousVideo, who works harder than anyone to keep us inspired. We have been through a lot together, the arrests of friends and comrades, including one of our original Freeanons members, Jeremy Hammond, and an Anonops admin, Chris Weatherhead. To the Paypal and Payback Anons, Antisec, Lulzsec, the Anons all over the world who never waver in their support of us, to the free, the arrested, the ones who still sacrifice all for their convictions: desperate people have told me, in what they say are their darkest moments, we did a good thing. All my <3. - Nyx
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As has already been explained, there is a distinct difference between Anonymous and the Anonymous Solidarity Network. The network is deliberately and precisely structured for reasons which have also already been explained.  If you have complaints please file them with http://anonops.com. I'm sure that they will treat your concerns with respect. Kindly keep your derp off of our page. 
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At our most vulnerable, they offer us leniency and would have us say that we surrender; That we are afraid. Their legislation serves to propagate their cause and those enforcing it intend to instill fear into our hearts. Fear, for fear trumpets truth and dwarfs faith. Give peace to the prosecuted and to the imprisoned, but not to us. Our course is clearly set and our ships sail without refuge. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network and to those that oppose our cause we say, “let them scare the hacktivist!” We may be moved by intimidation but our conviction remains unchanged. We may be influenced by the attacks against us but never will we retreat or surrender! Never have these seas been settle but we have hoisted our flags and we have weathered worse storms. Our creed is carved into the palms of our hands, “We will never forget.” We will never forget nor will we forgive until ever Anon is free!
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everything points to WW2 ending in a compromise. 
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Eleven individuals charged with helping overwhelm PayPal’s website in 2010 have reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors that could potentially allow them to avoid a felony conviction. Under the terms of the deal, 11 defendants in what is known as the “PayPal 14” case pleaded guilty to both felony and misdemeanor charges during their appearances in federal court in San Jose, Calif., but their sentencing will be pushed back for a year, according to reporter Alexa O’Brien. If they stay out of trouble with the law, federal prosecutors will seek to drop the felony charges, and the defendants will be sentenced to probation and possibly receive credit for time served.

One of the defendant’s attorneys, Stanley Cohen, who called the deal a “big win for civil disobedience,” said it also requires each defendant to pay eBay $5,600 in restitution. Two other defendants pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge, and likely will be sentenced to 90 days in prison. A final defendant who was indicted earlier this year on separate charges involving attacks on credit card companies and recording industry groups was not eligible for a plea deal. The PayPal 14 need our support to assist them in paying restitution in their cases! Each defendant owes $5,600.00 in restitution. You can help support the PayPal 14 by donating directly to their WePay fund at http://wepay.com/donations/paypal14.
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What can I do for you today?
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Sent out a broadcast reshare. It's interesting to hear what the news wont tell you. Makes me think of Damien Echols, and the Guy in Williamson County Texas who served 25 years on death row because the prosecution and judge sat on evidence that proved his innocence. Big money and politics. Not a good match. THE Koch Brothers need to stop ruling the U.S. 
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