Monday 30 April 2018
With the generous support and encouragement of many community members, Freeanons is reorganizing. We are forming an ad-hoc transitional committee and are soliciting participation from various founding members, to include:
Attorney Nancy Norelli, Jeremy Hammond, and others.
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.
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.
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