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Several minutes of surveillance camera footage used to identify, then arrest and indict late computer prodigy Aaron Swartz has surfaced due to a Freedom of Information Act request.
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We should understand that Americans, don't care much to their compatriots and their country's reputation to International Community. Few brave men who wants to exposed the US elite in controlling the US and around the Globe, like, Snowden, Manning and others, will die in Vain. I do blame Americans for doing nothing...
...ev en though the Elites have been terrorizing people around the Globe in behalf of American Nation, they still don't want to care.
Sadly, those of us that do care are unappreciated and unrecognised by the masses...
We should understand that Americans, don't care much to their compatriots and their country's reputation to International Community. Few brave men who wants to exposed the US elite in controlling the US and around the Globe, like, Snowden, Manning and others, will die in Vain. I do blame Americans for doing nothing, as long as they can feed their Fat as* and watch movies, they don't care at all, even though the Elites have been terrorizing people around the Globe in behalf of American Nation, they still don't want to care.
How much longer do the actual criminals supported by the taxpayer get to enjoy impunity? The behavior of the federal law enforcement & federal prosecutors is out of control, criminal and an established pattern. Rest in peace Aaron.
He did not commit suicide. Anyone that believes that is a fool.
The same federal prosecutor Stephen Heymann was also involved in another case in 2008 where a hacker committed suicide prior to trial. In Swartz's case the US attorney generals office pursued an exceptionally harsh array of charges, carrying potentially over 30 years in prison to punish an alleged crime that had no victims. In response to yet another case prosecuted by Haymann, remarkably similar to Swartz, , attorney General Janet Reno said, "This case demonstrates that the real threat to computer privacy comes from unscrupulous intruders, not government investigators"
Rest in Peace, Aaron.
To: Faron Paramore
Subject : You're a creep
Good Afternoon Faron, hope you are NOT well.
Faron, you are a no good scoundrel. You write on each letter: Good Afternoon, hope you are well. Every time you write, hope you are well to someone, remember that we in turn hope you are not doing well and wish you to have a terrible day.
Rest in Peace, Aaron
The USA has become the thug nation their propagandists accused the former Soviet Union of being for decades.
Right....so he was arrested and committed suicide over stealing documents that are available freely to anyone online? WTF?
misdirected brilliance wasted.
it looks too fake
the unfeeling giant is broke and morally corrupt. Selling out to the world Corporation was theoretically the same as signing the paper with the devil whether one believes in right vs wrong or not
America the brave is now America with the fear of the truth and we might just kill you if you want to tell it. Or make you wish you were dead.
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