Friday, June 27, 2014

Free all Anons.

WE DO NOT FORGET... Our Fallen Anons.

This post is dedicated to our Brothers & Sisters who have fallen.

Many people around the world know and understand that to fight for justice, peace & for the world to know the TRUTH, it is a risk.

A risk of being arrested, sentenced to prison and even being killed.

This post is in memory and in support of our fellow Anons who have fallen victim to such scenarios above.

If you are truly an Anon or an Anonymous page, we would expect you to SHARE this post and like it, we would hope that those of you who support Anonymous and its Anons would also show your respect by doing the same simple task.

Spread their names so they are not forgotten and understand the sacrifices these Anons and whistle blowers have made for YOU, so as to bring YOU the truth and to fight for YOU to bring about JUSTICE and TRUTH.

(We are not able to find every name of our Anonymous brothers and sisters as some names are not known, however we keep them in our thoughts)

Anonymous member arrested during online chat after threat against FBI.

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FBI Agent: We've Dismantled The Leaders Of Anonymous. (Wishful Thinking)

The hacker collective Anonymous has not produced as many high-profile cyber attacks as it once did, a drop-off that can be directly attributed to the arrests of the group's core members, an FBI official told The Huffington Post this week.

Starting in late 2010, Anonymous captured worldwide attention through a series of attacks against U.S. companies and government agencies, stealing data and defacing or crashing websites.

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LulzSec arrests deal blow to hacker group.

The U.S. Attorney says six hackers in the United States and abroad, affiliated with LulSec, Anonymous, and Antisec, have been arrested and charged with crimes.

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'Topiary' tells all: Prison, activism, and LulzSec's beginnings.

LulzSec, a group of pranky hackers that ran amok starting in 2011, disbanded shortly after a high-profile cyberattack spree -- but in a world where such attacks are only becoming more common, the inside perspective is an intriguing one.

Jake Davis, a member who goes by "Topiary," took to the site to answer questions about the group's formation and his work as LulzSec's social media wiz. Davis was arrested by the British authorities and sentenced to two years in prison, though he was let out early.

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FBI arrests 16 in Anonymous hacking investigation.

Sixteen people were arrested in the United States today in connection with hacking attacks by the Anonymous group of online activists, as well as one person in the U.K. and four people in the Netherlands, the U.S. Department of Justice said.

An indictment filed last week in San Jose, Calif., names 14 people accused of conspiring to intentionally damage protected computers at PayPal last December in retribution for PayPal suspending WikiLeaks' account to prevent supporters from donating to the whistleblower site. The arrests were made in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, the District of Columbia, Florida, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Mexico, and Ohio, the Justice Department said. The defendants were expected to make initial appearances throughout the day in federal courts in their areas.

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Dutch police arrest suspected pro-WikiLeaks hacker.

Dutch police say they have arrested a 16-year-old hacker involved in the pro-WikiLeaks attacks on the Web sites of MasterCard and PayPal, but the denial-of-service attacks continue.

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U.K. police nab 5 Anonymous DDoS suspects.

Five men, aged 15 to 26, are taken into custody in England in connection with a probe into Web attacks on companies seen as hindering the activities of WikiLeaks.

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Spain says it has arrested Anonymous hackers.

Spanish national police accuse three suspected members of the "hacktivist" group of allegedly targeting governments, banks, Sony, and other businesses.

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Turkey arrests 32 after Anonymous' Web attacks.

The government says those detained were connected with the hacktivist group's protest attack on Turkish Web sites last week.

After hacker group Anonymous' apparently successful Operation Turkey to protest Internet censorship, the country's authorities have detained 32 people in connection with the attack on Turkish government Web sites.

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Inside the Anonymous Hacking File on the Steubenville 'Rape Crew'.

Things already sounded fishy in Steubenville, Ohio, where the alleged gang rape and kidnapping of an unconscious 16-year-old by two of the town's high-school football players has turned into a complex web of accusation, shock, and, well, Instagram photos. But conflicting reports over an already emotional case became that much more complex today when a WikiLeaks-style site dumped new information about team boosters, the town sheriff, and the alleged "Rape Crew" online — information rounded up, of course, by the anonymous hacking collective known as Anonymous.

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7 Anonymous Hackers Who Have Been Unmasked.

Another member of the hacker collective Anonymous has been unmasked this week.

In a letter posted Thursday on (a website run by Anonymous), Deric Lostutter, a 26-year-old from Winchester, Ky., revealed that he is a member of Anonymous. Lostutter was raided by the FBI after he and other members of Anonymous got involved in a rape case in Steubenville, Ohio, that gained national attention in late 2012. When two members of a high school football team in the city were accused of raping a 16-year-old girl, Anonymous members did not think the case was getting enough attention and leaked information about people they believed were involved.

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The FBI Raided Steubenville Anonymous Guy's House. Here He Is.

The furor surrounding the Steubenville, Ohio rape case was sparked in large part by the raucous entrance of the hacktivist collective Anonymous into the story. Anonymous members organized digital and real-life protests and leaked information about the case, occasionally going beyond the law in their efforts to raise awareness and avenge the victim.

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17 year-old alleged Anonymous member arrested in Australia.

A teenager who is suspected to be part of hacking collective Anonymous has been apprehended in Australia.

The unnamed 17 year-old has been charged with "unauthorised access to computer data," and has appeared in Parramatta Children's Court today over allegations that they have committed "serious offences" on the behalf of hacktivist collective Anonymous.

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Anonymous member arrested for DDOS'ing website with child pornography.

Yesterday, on March The 8th about 11am.. BackdoorMaaN's home was raided and he arrested and taken to custody because #DDOS attack on, gay portal of Monte Negro where are present minors, younger then 16-17 yo. According to Anonymous operations and fights against pedophiles he took down above mentioned website .
Till this moment and date , March The 9th 2013 no further infos are released or new charges . His equipment is under research of Cyber Crime Units.

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16 Suspected 'Anonymous' Hackers Arrested in Nationwide Sweep.

Sixteen suspected members of "Anonymous" were arrested this morning in states across the country, from California to New York, in a federal raid on the notorious hacking group.

The arrests Tuesday, first reported by, are part of an ongoing investigation into Anonymous, which has claimed responsibility for numerous cyberattacks against a variety of websites, including Visa and Mastercard.

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25 alleged Anonymous members arrested internationally; hacker group retaliates.

Tuesday afternoon, the international police organization Interpol announced the arrest of 25 alleged members of Anonymous by officials in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and Spain. Shortly after the announcement, Interpol's website was hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack. At the time this story was posted, the website remained unavailable.

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Other Information:


Barrett Brown
John Anthony Borell III
Ryan Ackroyd
Jake Davis
Darren Martyn
Donncha O'Cearrbhail
Jeremy Hammond
Cody Andrew Kretsinger
Christopher Doyon
Joshua John Covelli
Mercedes Renee Haefer
Slim Amamou
Dmitriy Guzner
Ryan Cleary
Deric Lostutter
Christopher Wayne Cooper
Keith Wilson Downey
Donald Husband
Vincent Charles Kershaw
Ethan Miles
James C. Murphy
Drew Alan Phillips
Jeffrey Puglisi
Daniel Sullivan
Tracy Ann Valenzuela
Christopher Quang Vo

This post has been done by Anonymous Brisbane in memory of our fallen Anons and those who have been arrested.

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A Big Thank You to our fallen Brothers & Sisters by your fellow Anons.
Fellow Anons!

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