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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!

So Marty wrote to incoming Dean Angela Onwuachi-Willig about federal prosecutor David J. D’Addio, who started prosecuting Marty under Carmen Ortiz. – #FreeMartyG

“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:

1) Misinformation is their weapon. Verify, verify, and then verify again.

2) Be always wary of anyone that advocates for violence. Friends don’t let friends bring bombs to protests, but feds do.

3) Encryption is never excessive. If you don’t know how to use it, ask!

4) Do not speak to law enforcement! Even if you’re innocent of wrongdoing, it will never serve your interests to speak to the police.

5) The cake is a lie, be smart and stay safe!

It’s 2018, and apparently Anonymous is dead? “Give it a rest,” they say, or “put the mask away!” It’s 2018, and people on social media cringe at pictures of Guy Fawkes. It’s 2018, and the FBI openly mocks our brothers and sisters in court. It’s 2018… June 1st, and it’s a Friday. Fuck the FBI! It’s 2018, and Jeremy Hammond has been held since 2012! It’s 2018, and this will be Matthew Dehart’s 7th birthday spent in a prison cell. It’s 2018, and we’re still here! We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network, and until every Anon is free we will attest to the Anonymous creed. We do not forgive and we do not forget! Free them all!

Another arrest, and yet another probable conviction under the CFAA! The same outdated and unforgiving legislation that has put many of our brothers and sisters behind bars for upwards of 10 years! When will enough be enough? Hacktivism is a pride! Sending packets across a network in protest of corruption and injustice isn’t a crime! Take one, ten will take their place. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Until all arrested Anons are free!

We are happy to announce that we have begun restoring There is a lot of history here and we are humbled to have the opportunity to continue the work many of our prosecuted brothers and sisters began. The Anonymous Solidarity Network is reorganizing under the close advisement of founding members, Nancy Norelli Esq. and Jeremy Hammond, and we eagerly seek public participation. If you have questions or would like to learn how you can help, please contact us. We owe an enormous debt to AnonOps and to all that have taken on the cause of supporting our fallen comrades. We stand in solidarity with all arrested anons and we are grateful for those that have stood with us.