Anonymous - We can be Heroes

Anonymous - We can be Heroes

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The Anonymous Solidarity Network exists to provide legal, financial and moral support for activists facing prosecution for involvement, alleged or otherwise, in Anonymous actions. The use of information networks to perform community acts of protest is neither a crime nor an act of conspiracy and should not be prosecuted as such. We believe that information is power and that the power should always belong to the People. We dedicate ourselves and our resources to helping activists combat injustices of law arising from the fight for freedom of information and positive social change.

In cooperation with information and cyber-activists, legal advisors, and the People, the Anonymous Solidarity Network acts to advance the cause of Anonymous through organizing public awareness programs, campaigning charitable efforts and providing legal assistance. Inspired to action by the unjust prosecution of our friends and family, the Anonymous Solidarity Network strives tirelessly to implement the critical initiatives required to advance, commemorate and preserve the activism of Anonymous and the cause of freeing Anonymous activists from unjust prosecution.

The storm has yet to pass and what ships remain out at sea are desperately seeking refuge from the relentless waves of prosecution but there is one ship sailing towards, not away from, these troubled waters. We are the Anonymous Solidarity Network. We are a collective of Anons and the friends and family of Anons facing prosecution for alleged involvement in Anonymous activities. Our ranks are not exclusive and we have no leaders. Any can join us and all are welcome to contribute to our direction. For us to continue our voyage, however, we need your support. We need you to board our ship and to set sail with us.

We can not promise you safe voyage but we promise that if our ship is sunk the compass which guides us will continue to guide those which follow us and will lead them and those that follow them safely to the oasis which we seek; Freedom for all arrested Anons!

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Wednesday 3 April 2013

FreeAnons.TV Video “We can be Heroes.” The Anonymous Solidarity Network: we will not forget until every Anon is free. Video censored and deleted by YouTube September 18, 2013 (4,779 views).

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