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Barrett Brown: Standing Up for Journalistic Freedom

Field of Vision – Relatively Free

Alex Winter (2016)

Field of Vision is the first media interview journalist Barrett Brown gave (in November 2016) after spending four years in federal prison. 237 more words

Attacks On Civil Liberties

Anonymous - The Hacker Wars

Anonymous – The Hacker Wars

Vivien Lesnik Weisman (2014)

Film Review

The Hacker Wars is a riveting documentary about members of Anonymous – the leaderless international hacking community – who have made their identity public. 308 more words

Inspiring Moments In Resistance

Barrett Brown released from prison. Again

A special report by correspondent Douglas Lucas.

Journalist Barrett Brown has been released from FCI Seagoville today.

The 35-year-old, known for his advocacy of Anonymous and an incarceration of more than four years in part for… 702 more words


US Feds Won’t Reveal Reason For Throwing Journalist in Jail

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By Grant Ferowich | Sputnik | April 29, 2017

One day after the arrest of intelligence reporter Barrett Brown for criticizing the US government, a government agency refused to state the reason for his detention.

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United States

When Law and Order Is Neither: Barrett Brown's Arrest

Updated, May 2, 2017: Barrett Brown was released from FCI Seagoville yesterday. In an article in D Magazine, a publication in Dallas for which he writes an occasional column, Brown reports that he was asked to sign documents on his way out: “One of the forms he was asked to sign gives the Bureau of Prisons permission to talk to the media about him,” which makes no sense, “given that he was ostensibly re-arrested for not getting permission to talk to the media.” 739 more words

Human Rights

Barrett Brown's New Platform to Unite All Seeking Justice

Barrett Brown is now working as a journalist for D Magazine, covering Dallas council meetings and local politics. Recently, he sat down with Reason TV… 608 more words

"Reap The Whirlwind." - Charles Johnson

Judge Neil Gorsuch was nominated and approved to serve in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals by a unanimous vote of support. Why is his nomination to the Supreme Court any different? 85 more words

Little Green Footballs