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Anonymous has a right to an opinion. However the moment Anonymous attacked (DDoS) a state's resources in support of another side he became a unlawful combatant subject to the same actions as any terriorst. Hiding behind internet as a freedom of speech issue will not save Anonymous now. The Hacker's fate now becomes ...more
Not a fan of Obama, not for all the garbage that is being thrown around in the political arena today. Simply because he hasn't done what he committed to do. Still blaming Bush after four years for his lack of accomplishment is lame.
However, dumping on him for being a walkout on a meal is also lame. Unless "payi...more
I think the comparison to Nazi Germany is a bit much. The police made a bad judgment call, that I believe violated many people's rights. The city and police officers will likely have to pay for that; stupidity costs and most likely it will be a few jobs. It is a far cry from a DELIBERATE and intentional act to viola...more
I'd expect the city will pay dearly for this. Cuff me without probable cause or call it resisting arrest? Cuffing me is no longer detention it is arrest or false imprisonment. The city will cough up a lot on this one. Expect the chief of police will be looking for a new job soon unless they handle this one very wel...more
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