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Yes, we are dancing for donations to assist All Arrested Anons.

Our funds are typically very limited but we currently have less than $1,000.00.
Should there be an emergency with a persecuted Anon, our ability to provide assistance would be slim to none. As much as we do not like to ask for donations, we count on them to provide assistance to the ones who have found themselves jailed or under indictment.

We have chosen to create a fun event where some very dedicated Anons have volunteered to make total asses of themselves to solicit your donations and support and all that we ask is that you consider any size donation to The Anonymous Solidarity Network (FreeAnons) so that we may continue to assist the ones that fight for all.

Of course, if you’re brave enough to make a fool of yourself for a great cause, please send us your videos of support. It’s alright, act foolish for a great cause. The amount shown in the donation portion is the total amount raised by FreeAnons in the last two years !

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  • The Anonymous Solidarity Network exists to provide legal, financial and moral support for activists facing prosecution for involvement, alleged or otherwise, in Anonymous actions. The use of information networks to perform community acts of protest is neither a crime nor an act of conspiracy and should not be prosecuted as such. We believe that information is power and that the power should always belong to the People. We dedicate ourselves and our resources to helping activist’s combat injustices of law arising from the fight for freedom of information and positive social change.

    In cooperation with information and cyber-activists, legal advisors, and the People, the Anonymous Solidarity Network acts to advance the cause of Anonymous through organizing public awareness programs, campaigning charitable efforts and providing legal assistance. Inspired to action by the unjust prosecution of our friends and family, the Anonymous Solidarity Network strives tirelessly to implement the critical initiatives required to advance, commemorate and preserve the activism of Anonymous and the cause of freeing Anonymous activists from unjust prosecution.

    The storm has yet to pass and what ships remain out at sea are desperately seeking refuge from the relentless waves of prosecution but there is one ship sailing towards, not away from, these troubled waters. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network. We are a collective of Anons and the friends and family of Anons facing prosecution for alleged involvement in Anonymous activities. Our ranks are not exclusive and we have no leaders. Any can join us and all are welcome to contribute to our direction. For us to continue our voyage, however, we need your support. We need you to board our ship and to set sail with us.

    We cannot promise you safe voyage but we promise that if our ship is sunk the compass which guides us will continue to guide those which follow us and will lead them and those that follow them safely to the oasis which we seek ; Freedom for all arrested Anons !

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  • Letter writing campaign of the Anonymous Solidarity Network
    >> download document here

    Jeremy Hammond, Whistleblower and Electronic Robin Hood. Jeremy Hammond faces a life term for hacking Stratfor Emails, and providing them to Wikileaks. U.S. Federal Judge Loretta Preska has refused to recuse herself from the closely watched trial of jailed computer hacker Jeremy Hammond, an alleged member of the group “Anonymous” charged with hacking into the computers of the private intelligence firm Stratfor and turning over some five million emails to the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks.

    Michael Ratner is President Emeritus of the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) in New York and Chair of the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights in Berlin.

    Michael Ratner: He’s known as the Electronic Robin Hood. He’s a 28-year-old man. He’s currently in federal prison here in New York. His name is Jeremy Hammond. In my view, Jeremy Hammond is a very important whistleblower and he should be a hero to many. Jeremy Hammond is the equivalent of an electronic Robin Hood if he did what the Government alleges. So he is really part of the attack that you’re seeing right now on what are called hacktivists. These are really political people, whom are obtaining Government and private documents and exposing the corruption, the venality, and the criminality of not just private companies but Governments as well.

    The Center for Constitutional Rights and myself are the lawyers in the United States for Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks has two very big sources of documents. One of them are the documents allegedly that Bradley Manning uploaded, which include of course the Iraq war logs, Afghan war logs, the videos, etc., and that’s Bradley Manning, allegedly. The others are the Stratfor documents, which is the private intelligence company, which are some five million documents, that again were uploaded to WikiLeaks. So, if we talk about our client, Julian Assange, two of the alleged sources are Jeremy Hammond, Anonymous and Bradley Manning. So we’re very concerned. WikiLeaks, I know, is very concerned that its sources get protected in all the support they can get.

    So, as part of that, I have been monitoring and going to various hearings with Jeremy Hammond, and I went into the prison and I met Jeremy Hammond. And I was at his recent bail hearing in federal court, where even though he’s been in prison some nine months and needs to prepare for his upcoming criminal case on his alleged hack into the Stratfor emails, the judge, Judge Loretta Preska, denied him bail. It was a one-and-a-half-hour hearing. There were a number of supporters in the courtroom who came from all over the country, with Jeremy Hammond — “Free Jeremy Hammond” shirts on. And it was, in my view, a very hostile hearing to Jeremy Hammond.

    Postcards for Jeremy Hammond: Considering the locations of all of the supporters of Jeremy Hammond, we have started this project not only to increase mail to Jeremy but to show Jeremy that he has support from all over the world. Please join us in getting a postcard and sending it to Jeremy. Jeremy has expressed many times that he loves receiving letters and his lawyers have expressed to us the prison’s frustration with having to sort through all of his mail. So, lets make Jeremy very happy and piss off the prison by sending Jeremy a postcard from wherever you live.

  • Jeremy Hammond – 18729-424
    Metropolitan Correctional Center
    150 Park
    Row New York, New York, 10007
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    Mistake our silence for surrender and we will inspire the masses to sing, “Bella ciao! Bella ciao! Bella ciao!” Mistake our inaction for indifference and we will burn the prisons to the ground. Mistake our time of rest for weakness and we will never let you sleep again. If you believe that we have abandoned our brothers and sisters then you have mistaken who we are and what to us this cause means. We are FreeAnons and until every Anon is free we will attest to the Anonymous creed, “We do not forgive. We do not forget.” The storm may have passed but so long as our comrades are held captive we will not allow the seas to be calm nor any ship to take refuge in still waters.

    Our commitment to this cause orchestrates the ranks of an unorganized and leaderless collective to set sail under a common flag. The hope we sustain on our voyage rallies a fortifying sense of promise and peace within those that greet us as friends. Enemy vessels set their sails to the winds of deceit and dissent but to sink our ships will take more than a snitch. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network. We have taken upon ourselves the cause of advocating on behalf of prosecuted hacktivists. We have taken our cause from IRC to social media. We have taken our cause from the internet to the streets. We have taken our cause from the prisons to the court houses. Our voices have been heard and our silence now, if any, is but the quiet steady beat of a drum!

    A sound that soon will grow louder until accompanied by sounds of chanting, singing, dancing and prayer. In commemoration of all arrested Anons, we call ourselves FreeAnons. In solidarity with Jeremy Hammond we will always sail towards these troubled waters. In the name of Barrett Brown we will seek out the truth and rage to liberate it. In the spirit of what those amongst our ranks have sacrificed to continue this cause, we will not retreat and we will not surrender. We will not quit until every Anon is free. What we demand, we demand from the state. A corrupt state, infringing upon our world and unjustly prosecuting our brothers and sisters. What we want is simple. Free all hacktivists and information activists from prosecution. These are our terms. Comply or expect us.

    Letter writing campaign of the Anonymous Solidarity Network
    >> download document here

    Operation PenPal – Our brothers and sisters have been taken away from us. Some of the best and brightest of our generation are locked away from the world in an effort to silence them and make us forget. But we are Legion. We do not forgive, we do not forget. We leave no one behind.

    Our comrades are accused of working to make government transparent and accountable to the people. They are accused of setting information free. They are accused of opposing war and crimes committed under its banner. They are accused of disrupting financial institutions that have themselves disrupted and ruined the lives of millions.

    We do not believe these actions or the people being charged for them are dangerous. The acts that they are accused of can at worst be called civil disobedience and whistle blowing. Yet the government has already decided they are guilty, holding some for years without a trial.

    We now launch #OpPenPal as an ongoing action in support of Anons and other activists navigating the nightmare of the “justice” system. Anyone can join this operation – find a pen, some paper, and a stamp. We may be from the Internet, but we are backward compatible. Let a political prisoner know they are not forgotten.

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  • Letter writing campaign of the Anonymous Solidarity Network
    >> download document here