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Mar 06 2012

Moonbat Hacker Jeremy Hammond Arrested

Great news: Police have busted five members of LulzSec, a particularly pernicious offshoot of the hacker group Anonymous, which has reportedly caused damages in the $billions. Among those arrested is Chicago political activist Jeremy Hammond:

Hammond was arrested on access device fraud and hacking charges and is believed to have been the main person behind the devastating December hack on US security company Stratfor.

In the hands of moonbats like Hammond (a.k.a. Anarchaos), hacking is a form of terrorism used to advance the dystopian concept “social justice.” He compares it to smashing windows, another activity that earns his stamp of approval:

Hammond writes a column at Veracity Voice, a site that propagandizes on behalf of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

At least this malevolent left-wing activist from Chicago isn’t likely to become president. But then, the way things are going, you never know.

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Hammond. Photo courtesy of Jim Newberry.

On a tip from Steve A.

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  • Lazlo

    My, isn’t he a cool drink of water. He’s going to make someone a fine wife in the pen.

  • Rob Banks

    Best news I’ve heard all day.

  • J

    Few things are as amusingly annoying as child activists.

  • Conan

    He’ll do well in Joliet. He’ll be showering with Jamal and Tyrone and sucking on lollipops! haha. As a liberal, he’ll love it.

  • Sam Adams

    Finally some state attorney generals are starting to take the lawless actions of this administration seriously:
    http://rslc.com/_blog/News/post/MEMO_A_Report_on_Obama_Administration_Violations_of_Law/

    Nine state attorney generals see themselves as the last line of defense between the citizens and the federal government.

    List of Violations

    FCC: Regulation of the Internet in the face of a court order from Circuit Court of Appeals for Washington D.C. stating that the FCC does not have the power to regulate the Internet
    PPACA: Individual Mandate; To be heard by Supreme Court of the United States in March
    EPA 1: GHG lawsuit; EPA’s own Inspector General reported last September that EPA failed to comply with its own data standards; Heard in Circuit Court of Appeals for Washington D.C. in February
    OSM: Attempting to impose regulatory requirements on the 19 states with authority for exclusive regulation of their coalmines for the first time in more than 30 years
    NLRB: Boeing; Engaged in unprecedented behavior as described by former Chairmen under both Presidents Bush (43) and Clinton; behavior is best exemplified in South Carolina where the Board tried to muzzle over 80 percent of state voters who supported a secret ballot amendment to the South Carolina Constitution and attempted unsuccessfully to tell an employer in the state where they can and cannot base manufacturing facilities
    EPA: Florida Water; EPA’s numeric nutrient criteria pre-empted Florida standards; U.S. District Judge upheld the state’s site-specific alternative criteria for streams and rivers
    EPA: Texas Air; TX filed lawsuit challenging Cross-State Air Pollution Rules; application rule to TX was particularly dubious because state was included in the regulation at the last minute and without an opportunity to respond to the proposed regulation; regulation was based on a dubious claim that air pollution from TX affected a single air-quality monitor in Granite City, Illinois more than 500 miles and three states away from Texas
    EPA: Oklahoma Air; EPA illegally usurped Oklahoma’s authority in the Clean Air Act to determine the state’s own plan for addressing sources of emissions that affect visibility, by imposing a federal implementation plan; Federal plan goes beyond the authority granted to the EPA in the Clean Air Act and will result in $2 billion in cost to install technology needed to complete the EPA plan, and a permanent increase of 15-20 percent in the cost of electricity; Obama Administration is fighting Oklahoma’s appeal, which was filed in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
    HHS: Religious Liberty; HHS mandated religious entities such as Catholic, Baptist and Jewish schools and churches be required to provided medical services they find unconscionable to their employees; President attempted to compromise with an “accommodation” in name only that required insurance companies to provide the services for free to the religious organization employees; Accommodation made matters worse as many religious-base hospitals and schools are self-insurers; Seven Attorneys General filed suit to protect religious liberty and oppose the HHS mandate
    DOJ: South Carolina & Voting Rights Act: Rejecting voter ID statutes that are similar to those already approved by the Supreme Court of the United States; DOJ ignored section 8 of the Voting Rights Act which calls for protections against voter fraud, and used section 5 to administratively block measures to protect the integrity of elections passed by state legislatures in preclearance states including South Carolina; South Carolina voter ID law merely requires a voter to show photo identification in order to vote or to complete an affidavit at the pain of perjury if the voter does not have a photo ID
    DOJ: Arizona & Voting Rights Act: Rejecting voter ID statutes that are similar to those already approved by the Supreme Court of the United States
    DOJ: Arizona Immigration; In violation of 10th Amendment, federal government to sue to prevent AZ from using reasonable measures to discourage illegal immigration within Arizona’s borders; Affects Arizona because state has a large percentage, compared to other states, of illegal immigrants and need to be able to act to reduce the number
    DOJ: Alabama Immigration; The DOJ challenged Alabama’s immigration reform laws after parts were “green lighted” by a federal judge; DOJ appealed the ruling; parts of the AL case have been struck down in various federal courts; specific provisions of the law include collection of the immigration status of public school students, businesses must use E-Verify, prohibition of illegal immigrants receiving public benefits; the provision requiring immigrants to always carry alien registration cards; allowance of lawsuits by state citizens who do not believe public officials are enforcing the law
    DOJ: South Carolina Immigration; DOJ challenged South Carolina’s immigration reform laws that are very similar to the AZ which is scheduled to appear before the United States Supreme Court; SC case will be heard by the 4th Circuit soon there after as the 4th Circuit granted SC motion to extend the filing time until after the US Supreme Court issues an Opinion in AZ
    Congressional: “Recess” appointments to NLRB (three) and CFPB (one)
    EEOC: Hosanna Tabor (MI); Sought to reinstate a minister who was discharged for her disagreement with the religious doctrine of the church
    DOE: Yucca Mountain; In 2009, Administration arbitrarily broke federal law and derailed the most studied energy project in American history when DOE announced intent to withdraw 8,000 page Yucca Mountain licensing application with prejudice; SC and Washington State filed suit, as a result, contesting the unconstitutional action; American people have paid more than $31 billion (including interest) through percentages of electric rate fees towards the project and taxpayers have footed an addition $200 million in legal feeds and over $2 billion in judgments against the DOE for breaking contracts associated with Yucca Mountain
    DOI: Glendale Casino (AZ); Glendale is a violation because the Federal Government is forcing a family-oriented town, Glendale, to become another Las Vegas against its will. Essentially, the Federal Government has granted ‘reservation status’ to a 54-acre plot in the same town, where the Tohono O’odham Nation plans to build a resort and casino.

    _____________

    Glad that some folks are finally trying to take some action.

  • AC

    Top moonbat hacker is a lazy moocher on welfare

    These clowns are lucky the FBI got them before Los Zetas did, after that stunt they pulled a few months ago.

    They had better hope to get new identities once they’ve served out their time.

  • Noelegy

    “Anarchaos”

    My, how…original.

  • dapenguin

    These idiots personally attacked accounts that I was using and caused me some pain in getting it fixed. I hope the judge treats them as fairly as the media and obama treat the tea party and Rush

  • Jodie

    They are an evil bunch, but yes, very useful for revealing these kinds of things:

    “Leaked: Bin Laden Not Buried At Sea, Body Moved On CIA Plane To US — RT

    The body of Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was not buried at sea, according to leaked emails of intelligence firm Stratfor, as revealed by WikiLeaks.

    Stratfor’s vice-president for intelligence, Fred Burton, believes the body was “bound for Dover, [Delaware] on [a] CIA plane” and then “onward to the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Bethesda [Maryland],” an email says.

    The official version is that the body of Al-Qaeda’s top man, who was killed by a US raid in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, was buried at an undisclosed location at sea in a proper Muslim ceremony.”

    http://warnewsupdates.blogspot.com/2012/03/wikileaks-leaked-emails-reveal-that-bin.html
    http://warnewsupdates.blogspot.com/2012/03/wikileaks-leaked-emails-reveal-that-bin.html

  • AlphaMail

    If his cohort ‘Sabu’ is a Muslim there will be some serious political backlash.

    Otherwise, with this jerk it’ll be business as usual: Occucrap kudos, U.N. vote of approval, limitations on the F.B.I. use of power, a NYT’s in-depth persecution piece, new Demorrhoid internet-abuse legislation, a condemnation by Michael Moore, a visit to “The View”, then a Nobel Peace Prize.

    Oh, can’t forget the book with royalties……and, a green-energy policy-study if they can find a way to squeeze it in.

    Which they will.

  • AlphaMail

    Conan

    He’ll be Juliet in Joliet.

  • Matt

    I look at hacktivism like this I do not agree with a lot of what they believe, but we all share one thing in common and that’s our firm belief in our freedom. I do not condone stealing but I am glad to see that they are providing insight into our rouge governments activities. Whether you like it or not these people are on our side fighting against everything we see as being wrong with our leaders. I most definitely trust people like this far more than I trust our government. Our government lies to us while these types of people do not unless they turn states bitch and rat on each other.

  • SeaFoamGreen

    Either life w/o parole or the death penalty. Period.

  • SeaFoamGreen

    …and Matt, OUR side? You trust people like this? You think they’re some kind of Robin Hood?

    They would screw you over faster than you could say “gigabyte”. They are amoral, vindictive, self-centered, over-fed, under-developed vermin that only know how to destroy things.

    If THAT is what you look to for insight, then it says quite a bit about why our country is being eaten from the inside out.

  • Mattius Maximus

    @SeaFoamGreen After learning who hacktivists are, I came to the realization that Anonymous would not exist if governments around the world, including here, treated their citizens with respect. They do have strong moral values and aim to expose those who would attempt to take your freedoms away. If you do not believe me then read it for yourself: twitter.com/#!/YourAnonNews
    I am a hardcore Conservative mind you, and I am not blind to their beliefs. They do have beliefs that run counter to mine, but I have set aside my differences because I see these people now as protectors of our freedoms. And they only screw over people who deserve it.

  • Mattius Maximus

    And everything they have ever said has been truthful, while our government…not so much. Anonymous has no reason to lie. They expose lies.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    +10 to what AC said @ March 6, 2012 at 3:44 pm.

    On second thought, don’t you suppose the Zeta tentacles stretch well within our prisons also? He won’t feel so “anarch-ish” or chaos-ish” then now, will he?

  • Jeff

    Just shoot that smug little prick, and make it a public event at high noon. Make an example of him. Give the warning that the next prick who does the same thing WILL meet with the same fate. That is one of the biggest problems with the criminal justice system, not nearly enough dead bad guys. “A mans’ got to answer for the things he has done.”

  • Mattius Maximus

    It’s very funny to see all of you wishing evil acts to happen to LulzSec in prison. The fact is that they knew exactly what the punishment would be yet they still did it because they are firm believers in freedom. Do you really think that you are somehow better than them for hoping bad things upon them?

  • Mattius Maximus

    Just saying, you guys should really consider toning it down. After all, you are bad-mouthing hackers who do have access to this website. If you piss one of them off you will piss all of them off…just saying. Use some common sense.

  • Jodie

    We share a common belief in freedom? What the…?

    “Hackers claiming to represent Anonymous have hacked websites of three different North Carolina churches replacing their homepages with a Richard Dawkins speech against religion and a message declaring “war on religion.”
    WebProNews reports that the AnonymousIRC Twitter account announcd to its 276, 783 followers on Friday, attacks on three church websites. IB Times reports the first message, sent out at around 10 a.m. EST, read: “http://www.betheloic.org HACKED Reason:religious idiocy and foh dah lulz #Anonymous #AntiSec #OWS #ROOTED #DAWKINS.”
    Two other tweets followed the first, announcing attacks on two other churches.
    According to Examiner.com, the homepages of Bethel Outreach International Church, Charlotte International Church and Crossfire Ministries were hacked and defaced. The homepages were replaced with a 30-minute long YouTube video, “Richard Dawkins: An Atheist’s Call to Arms,” and declaration of “war on religion,” with the message “Religion sucks, LOL.”
    The Richard Dawkins video is a 30-minute speech in which Dawkins urges atheists to stop hiding their beliefs and to fight against the influence of religion in politics and education. The hackers said religion is a sickness and left a message on the hacked websites that said”

    Read more: http://digitaljournal.com/article/320639#ixzz1oNsUxrS0

  • Andybird

    In Chicago they go to Cook County Jail. Warms the cockles of my heart.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    “…yet they still did it because they are firm believers in freedom.” Uh huh. Then why the caution about them hacking this website? Not very freedom-loving of an act, that.

  • modd kenwood

    these guys see themselves as darlings of the radical underground ala vintage Wm Ayers.

  • SeaFoamGreen

    Tone it down, Matt?

    I’ll “tone it down” when Bill Maher does. I’ll tone it down when Obama is in the rubbish bin of history. I’ll tone it down when progressives are sniveling under a rock because they have no voice left in setting an agenda for America.

    As to pissing off the hackers, that sounds like a threat. I take threats very seriously, and so do my friends in LE. (…and when you think about it, it’s kinda humorous that your friends who are so honest and interested in freedom would fuck over anyone who dares criticize them.)

  • Matt

    @Wilberforce You are talking mad shit about people who many thousands and thousands of other people see as champions of freedom. What you are doing is tantamount to going to Whitney Houston’s funeral and pissing on her body in front of everyone. These hackers have the ability to ruin your life, so why would you want to test that? Use some fucking common sense, dude!!!

  • SeaFoamGreen

    (a) Champions of freedom

    (b) the ability to ruin your life

    (c) What’s wrong with this picture?

    The FBI is now aware of this thread (and no, I’m not kidding). Common sense works both ways.

  • Matt

    There was a guy on Twitter who criticized Anonymous, and within minutes someone sympathetic to Anon hacked the guys email and did some serious damage. I thought that that was a pretty shitty thing to do to someone who was voicing his opinion, but the fact remains that there are literally tens of thousands of people who will fuck you over if you decide to talk shit about them. All I’m saying is that you guys need to realize that this website is open for all to see and by talking shit about these guys you are inviting them to come here and do fucked up shit to ALL of us.

  • Infidel

    “The fact is that they knew exactly what the punishment would be yet they still did it because they are firm believers in freedom.”

    You are the very definition of a “useful idiot”. The vindictive little pricks did it because they found something at which they could actually excel. They may expose a few worthless government secrets, but mainly are costing innocent people billions of dollars.

    “After all, you are bad-mouthing hackers who do have access to this website. If you piss one of them off you will piss all of them off…just saying.”

    Thanks for proving my point. If they’re so altruistic, why would they let their egos be bruised by a commenter on a blog? Because they’re *vindictive little pricks*.

  • Lazlo

    Yeah, “firm believers in freedom” always turn State’s Witness at the first sign of trouble and rat on their fellow freedom fighters. Go beclown yourself elsewhere Mattius Maximus.

  • Jimbo

    Be lenient on the guy. Life in prison should to it. In many other countries (liberal… er COMMUNIST countries) the schmuck would already have a bullet in his head and his mommy would have gotten the bill for the spent round.

  • AC

    Yeah, “firm believers in freedom” always turn State’s Witness at the first sign of trouble and rat on their fellow freedom fighters. Go beclown yourself elsewhere Mattius Maximus.

    Well, at least they possess a functioning instinct of self-preservation.

    The alternative is they go to genpop, and the cartel will cut their heads off for exposing its members.

  • RKae

    Matt:

    You’re really looking at the picture of that Occupy child who believes in “Anarchaos” and you’re thinking, “Hey, he’s useful”? That’s called a deal with the devil to get what you want. That’s called situational ethics.

    Are you really falling for the line “We’re from Anonymous and we’re here to help”? They’re just as interested in controlling the flow of information as are Obama, Bill Ayers, Soros and all the rest. Do you think they’re going to leak information that makes a fetus look human or vindicates Sarah Palin or Rush? What do we have to count on that they only leak genuine docs, and not concocted ones?

    Then you say, “…If you piss one of them off you will piss all of them off… just saying.”

    Wow.

    Do you say that about Islamists, too?

  • Mattius Maximus

    A useful idiot would require that I be a part of their movement. I am not a part of Anonymous. I do however care about this website, and my email account and everything associated with it. Anonymous does a lot of good for people around the world, but they will ruin us (me included) if they perceive us to be against them.

  • Jester

    I’m shocked this guy has enough math skills to hack anything; 99% of the progs I know can quote Shakespeare ad nauseum but can’t add 2+2.

  • SeaFoamGreen

    Gee Matt…it’s almost like they use their perceived power to intimidate people into silence. It’s almost like you’re helping that agenda along.

    JUST SAYIN’…

    (My previous post didn’t appear, so I will reiterate, the FBI is now aware of this possible threat and no, I am not kidding. Pays to have friends.)

  • AC

    There was a guy on Twitter who criticized Anonymous, and within minutes someone sympathetic to Anon hacked the guys email and did some serious damage. I thought that that was a pretty shitty thing to do to someone who was voicing his opinion, but the fact remains that there are literally tens of thousands of people who will fuck you over if you decide to talk shit about them. All I’m saying is that you guys need to realize that this website is open for all to see and by talking shit about these guys you are inviting them to come here and do fucked up shit to ALL of us.

    Thousands of websites have a negative view of Anonymous, but it isn’t the websites they should be worried about.

    There were several bloggers in Nuevo Laredo who spoke out against the cartel, and within days, their heads had been cut off and left in the town plaza.

    They shouldn’t care what a bunch of conservatives say about them; they should care about the violent paramilitary drug cartel they pissed off.

    Besides, if they’re about freedom, then they should have no problem with us exercising our First Amendment rights to disagree with most of the stuff they do. I certainly don’t have any hostility towards the IRC channels they hang out in. Their self-expression doesn’t bother me. I’m glad I live in a country where a person can express any opinion, from the mainstream to the fringe, and not have to answer to the police.

    If they want to make themselves useful in a positive way they can use some blackhat SEO to increase the PR of criticism of anti-public institutions like the Federal Reserve. Get the truth out there. Make an argument, express your opinion. Using technology to squelch your opponent’s speech is not what a free society is about. DDoS attacks are super lame.

  • AC

    A useful idiot would require that I be a part of their movement. I am not a part of Anonymous. I do however care about this website, and my email account and everything associated with it. Anonymous does a lot of good for people around the world, but they will ruin us (me included) if they perceive us to be against them.

    I believe one of the former psycho trolls here claimed to be an Anonymous operative. Nothing came of it.

  • big-pete

    Ass hacked. Nuff said.

  • Mattius Maximus

    We’ve all called for a Revolution where the aim is to stand up against those governments whose goal is to suppress human freedoms. Anonymous is doing just that, on many fronts in the face of persecution, and here you all are condemning them for it. What do you think a revolution looks like? Would you rather there be bullets fired and people dying? I certainly would never want to see that. Anonymous is standing up for you whether you see it or not. And by saying things that are hurtful and mean about them you are asking for trouble, which we will ALL feel. I swear if my email gets fucked with I’m going to be so fucking pissed off.

  • Infidel

    If you actually use a valid e-mail address for this shit, you deserve to be pwned.

  • Lazlo

    News flash; Hacking church websites whilst living in section 8 housing and calling for anarchy, Communism, an end to Capitalism and “wealth redistribution” in no way, shape or form is “standing up” for me. I daresay that there are very few people on this website who feel it is “standing up” for them either.

    Also, lets keep things in perspective. Having my email hacked would be a inconvenience. Having my identity stolen would make me the victim of a felony and be a royal pain in the ass. Going to prison for a decade or two for identity theft and getting regularly assraped, now that’s having your life ruined.

  • Lazlo

    And yeah, what infidel said.

  • Jodie

    The Anonymous group has the same agenda as George Soros and Obama. Coincidence? I think not.

  • AlphaMail

    Gluteus Maximus Gigantus

    Mattius, you’ll have to forgive Infidel for calling you a ‘useful idiot.’ He exaggerates his compliments.

    You are neither useful, nor are you bright enough to qualify as a respectable idiot.

    Obsequious coward would be more accurate.

    If you don’t know what that means, here, I’ll spell it again. C-O-W-A-R-D

    You say, “They do have strong moral values…I see these people now as protectors of our freedom…they only screw over people who deserve it…everything they have ever said has been truthful…they are firm believers in freedom…”

    At least you’ve found religion, but then so did Jim Jones.

    You may get credit for trying to renew your LulzSec subscription for free, but you have lost credibility as a testicle-toting American.

    Good people don’t snoop on one another; they don’t make themselves little gods and hide surreptitiously in the dark while telling the world who is right and who is wrong; and they don’t pilfer and vandalize the great institutions of America. Yes, I mean the C.I.A, the F.B.I., the Pentagon, the Senate, et. al.

    That’s what the Castros, Stalins, and Maos of the world would do, all under the auspices of protecting your freedoms. They need suckers like you to make it work.

    “You will piss all of them off…I care about this website and my email…”

    Golly gluteus, we don’t want to upset anyone, and we certainly don’t want you to lose your email or be in jeopardy. So why don’t you post your address and we’ll all send you a check. That way you can purchase a good email security service so they won’t find you.

  • Mattius Maximus

    Alienated and ridiculed. Awesome. It’s so good to meet other conservatives. You know, for the life of me, I can’t imagine why we are so hated by the left. It can’t possibly be because when you voice your beliefs/opinions you get spit on…hmmm, ok so, hurting other conservatives is ok?, whatever, thanks. FYI ANONYMOUS IS THE SHIT AND WILL NEVER BE STOPPED. IF IT WASN’T FOR OUR WONDERFUL GOVERNMENT AND OTHER WONDERFUL GOVERNMENTS AROUND THE WORLD TREATMENT OF ITS CITIZENS, ANONYMOUS WOULD NOT EXIST. YOU ARE THE SHEEPLE. YOU ARE THE COWARDS WHO COMPLAIN ABOUT EVERYTHING AND DO NOTHING ABOUT IT. I APPLAUD ANONYMOUS FOR DOING WHAT THEY HAVE DONE. SO GO ON ATTACKING ME, ITS WHAT YOUR HANDLERS WOULD WANT YOU TO DO.

  • AC

    We’ve all called for a Revolution where the aim is to stand up against those governments whose goal is to suppress human freedoms. Anonymous is doing just that, on many fronts in the face of persecution, and here you all are condemning them for it. What do you think a revolution looks like? Would you rather there be bullets fired and people dying? I certainly would never want to see that. Anonymous is standing up for you whether you see it or not. And by saying things that are hurtful and mean about them you are asking for trouble, which we will ALL feel. I swear if my email gets fucked with I’m going to be so fucking pissed off.

    They’re backing the Occupy movement, which seeks to replace our current system with authoritarian socialism.

  • Mattius Maximus

    @AC They do back the Occucommies. I know. They also are strident protectors of free speech and are heavily engaged in human rights conflicts. With Anonymous you have to take the good with the bad. They do have negative qualities, but they also have positive qualities, which apparently you guys cannot see. How can you not see the positive things they have done and continue to do? Is there some other freedom movement out there that has the power and support that Anonymous has? They get things done. Which is more than I can say for the rest of you guys.

  • AC

    I can’t get behind that argument. A certain group of people did make the trains run on time, but that doesn’t make up for the rest of their destructive policies.

  • Mattius Maximus

    At this point there is no other option. And no they are not in bed with obama, in fact, they can’t stand him or his constant attacks on the Constitution. It took me a while to really understand them and when I did I realized that they are really on the side of the people. I am glad that they are around, but that doesn’t mean that I am going to become one of them. They really do have good qualities mixed in with their bad ones, as we all do.

  • Infidel

    “They also are strident protectors of free speech…”

    Sure, as long as you are saying what they want to hear. Not unlike this current administration, and other extreme leftists.

    “They get things done.”

    That could also be said of any other vandals. Why don’t they put their time into tackling some entities that are universally known to be evil, like organized crime, or drug cartels? Because they’re too fucking cowardly to attack a group that has no rules.

    “I am glad that they are around, but that doesn’t mean that I am going to become one of them.”

    Then, I guess you’ll just have to be content with groupie status.

  • Matt

    They’re too cowardly? LULZ!!!! Ya, attacking the Syrian government is pretty cowardly. And they have tried to attack the Zetas.

  • Sam Adams

    Mattius Maximus says:
    March 6, 2012 at 6:16 pm

    We’ve all called for a Revolution where the aim is to stand up against those governments whose goal is to suppress human freedoms.
    __________

    Sorry; revolution is the last thing that I want. I simply want our people to embrace the constitution and the rule of law again. All we need do is start sending politicians and their appointees into the criminal justice system to answer for their lawless activities. Eric Holder and his relationship with Fast and Furious would be a good start.
    ____________________

    Mattius Maximus says:
    March 6, 2012 at 8:46 pm

    @AC They do back the Occucommies. I know. They also are strident protectors of free speech and are heavily engaged in human rights conflicts.
    ___________

    A protector of free speech is one who wouldn’t try to mess up this site or the e-mail of contributors here, regardless of how much they might disagree with the opinions expressed. The warnings you have posted are in direct conflict with your opinion that these guys are “strident protectors of free speech.”

  • AlphaMail

    Gluteus Maximus

    Who made these people God? Who said they’re making the correct decisions? Heavily engaged in what human rights conflicts? The ones you support? What if I disagree with your human rights choices, do you then agree that they can hack into my stuff? Whose stuff can they hack into? Who decides? You? What if this was a government agency doing the hacking and not a private group, and they were hacking into your stuff, all the time saying it was to protect your freedom? Where are the guidelines, where are the rules, who decides what ethical or moral foundation is to be used, who picks a battle and what battles are picked, who pays a price for an career-ending, reputation-trashing or life-ending loss? Have you ever heard the saying power corrupts?

    Get real. You are an anarchist not a conservative.

    America was founded so men and women could truly live a life free of oppression, so they could speak their mind without threat of punishment, and so they could freely choose a personal path into the future.

    America has accomplished that and has become a great country only because it has avoided the strategies and behaviors of this group you naively endorse.

    America has a Bill of Rights and a Constitution and the right to vote. That’s how we got here, that’s how we survive. Not by Che Guavara guerilla tactics, even if they involve a computer.

    If you want to be a real conservative then get involved in solving issues in a legal and ethical manner. It’s still possible and it is still the American way. No one said it would be easy – nothing worth having is.

  • AlphaMail

    Make that ‘Guevara’…..

  • Bloodless Coup
  • grayjohn

    Reality penetrates! Ouch! Thus be it ever to hackers.

  • Bloodless Coup

    Breitbart: Obama’s First NDAA Target!
    The Communist Evil’s Out in the Open Now… Videos of Obama Hanging with Real Communist Terrorists Coming Soon, If They Aren’t Stopped First

    http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1847/701/Was_Breitbart_Obamas_FIrst_Victim_Under_NDAA_Licence_To_Murder.html

  • Jodie

    1 Corinthians 10:29
    New International Version (NIV)

    “For why is my freedom being judged by another’s conscience?”

    2 Peter 2:19
    New International Version (NIV)

    “19 They promise them freedom, while they themselves are slaves of depravity—for ‘people are slaves to whatever has mastered them.’”

  • Lazlo

    Mattius Maximus is at best a troll, at worst blithering idiot. He may even truly have good intentions, but the fact remains that that’s oxygen I could be using.

  • Sinister66

    These people wont be going to jail. Chances are the feds will scoop them up and use them in cyber attacks against other countries. Or they will end up with milti million dollar sallaries working for an internet security firm like symantec.

  • Noelegy

    I don’t see these people as being any braver than a kid who writes a dirty word on a wall, just because he can.

  • http://yahoo.com hparkguy

    Read the USA v Jeremy Hammond complaint and you will find in Hammond’s own words how malicious he really is. He admits to credit card theft exceeding USD 1 million in just the Stratfor hack alone and wanting to put them out of business.

    I am biased for sure. I have a lot of circumstantial evidence showing a Columbia, MO, bankruptcy lawyer was responsible for wiping data only related to a specific year from 3 different drives on the same computer. The wipe was as good as any NSA tech could do. More than a 1,000 hrs of work– lost.

    A friend had her computer hacked while visiting a children’s coloring book web site. An alert said, “Your computer is in danger of catching on fire.” Kinda funny until another pop up said, send us $70 for a repair that may work, or $85 for the full-blown job that will restore everything. No money and the computer drive had to be reformatted and O/S installed. So much for hackers attacking the evildoers of society. Right….

    Seize all belongings and break Hammond’s fingers and remove his vocal cords. Also, why wouldn’t the RICO statutes of the Fed Code apply? Criminal conspiracy if there ever was one.

  • Infidel

    The assholes from Anonymous have struck another blow for free speech:

    Hackers from the Italian branch of the group, Anonymous, took down the Vatican website in protest over Roman Catholic liturgies and doctrines, such as the church’s opposition to contraception and abortion.

    “Anonymous has decided to put your site under siege in response to your doctrine, liturgy and the absurd and anachronistic rules that your profit-making organization spreads around the world,”

    What, no hacks on AL-Queda, Hamas, Hezbollah…?
    Fucking cowards.

    http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/hacktivists-attack-vatican-over-liturgy-condoms/415701

  • Adam

    “+10 to what AC said @ March 6, 2012 at 3:44 pm.

    On second thought, don’t you suppose the Zeta tentacles stretch well within our prisons also? He won’t feel so “anarch-ish” or chaos-ish” then now, will he?”
    Beat me to it, Wilberforce. I was just about to point out that the Zetas almost certainly have eyes and ears in most prisons, and if they learn that one of the Anonywusses whose group threatened them is going to be serving time in a prison where one or more of the Zetas’ enforcers or sympathizers are already serving time, let’s just say that things are likely to get messy. Hammond better learn to sleep with his eyes open, his “Mad skillz” on the Net won’t do him a whole lot of good when a couple cartel thugs in the joint come stomping towards him with shivs.

  • http://www.christianitytoday.com/ch/131christians/activists/wilberforce.html Wilberforce

    Just now saw this, Adam, and I agree. I’d think he’d learn what paleo-hacking means in that case. Old school an’ all that, yo ;)

  • Infidel

    Best case scenario would be that Hammond gets his rectum hacked twice daily in prison.

  • anonymous

    So sad that people on this site are so one sided that they can’t think for themselves. Maybe rather than bashing this guy with your childish and rude comments you will get off your asses and go try and make a change in the world. At last he was trying to. I bet half the people commenting here don’t even know what anonymous is all about. You rather sit around and be fed your information from a corrupt government that is constantly covering up the truth. All anonymous has done is unveil these truths. We want what is true and so should you. So go ahead reply to this with all your kiddie insults I’m ready…

    We are Anonymous.
    We are Legion.
    We do not Forgive.
    We do not Forget.
    Expect Us.

  • Just sayin’

    So what you’re saying is:

    We are afraid and weak.
    We are demons.
    We are Satan-like.
    We are vengeful and petty.
    We want attention!

  • Infidel

    :…and make a change in the world. At last he was trying to. I bet half the people commenting here don’t even know what anonymous is all about.”

    Yep, stealing credit card numbers from innocent victims sure is making a change in the world. This jerk off started as a petty criminal, has a long history of vandalism, drugs, and conduct violations. Still sounds like a spoiled punk with few life skills, kicking and screaming for attention.

  • Adam

    “Maybe rather than bashing this guy with your childish and rude comments you will get off your asses and go try and make a change in the world.”
    I am trying to make a difference in my own way. I’m currently very active in volunteering with my church’s youth program, helping kids and teens learn to stay on the right path(An increasingly difficult feat in today’s world). I’m planning to eventually become a fully ordained minister so I can reach out to even more people. All you Anonywusses do are hack and terrorize people (Usually people who have done little to nothing to you, such as the churches whose websites you freaks vandalized). I’d say I’m doing a lot more to make a positive difference in the world than you are.

    “All anonymous has done is unveil these truths.”
    And committed rampant identity theft, and vandalized churches’ websites, and sided with the lawless savages of the Occupy movement. And you seriously wonder why people don’t side with you?

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