Official Website Free Barrett Brown - Barrett Brown is a US activist, author, and freelance journalist. His work has appeared in the Guardian, Vanity Fair, Huffington Post, the Daily Beast, True/Slant, Skeptical Inquirer and many other outlets. He has appeared as a guest on MSNBC, Fox News and Russia Today and as a subject in four recent documentary films: We Are Legion, Future Radicals, The Hacker Wars and Terms and Conditions May Apply. Barrett’s case was included as a plotline in Season 2 (...)
Interviewed in prison, Barrett discusses WikiLeaks, Project PM, his trial and incarceration.
Brown says the notebook contained "privileged legal information"; the prison says it's contraband
Finally out of segregated housing, Barrett is still prohibited from accessing the phone, email, commissary and visitors
Barrett turns 34 on August 14th, send him a little something to thank him for his work
Barrett was placed on a Central Inmate Monitoring list, which means he'll be even more closely monitored, and he's already been in solitary long enough to constitute torture
In his first piece for the Intercept, Brown tells of a trip to an American Indian sweat lodge ceremony before previewing an article on his time in solitary
Lucas reviews testimony from one of Brown's sentencing hearings to understand Barrett's radical journalism and how the government maligned him
Barrett Brown, in solitary confinement and owing more than $890,000 in restitution and fines, is Courage's newest beneficiary; explore his new website and learn how to help him here
Despite the prosecution's failure to prove any damage caused, Barrett Brown owes nearly a million dollars to private intelligence firm Stratfor: please help him pay off this unjust debt!
Reporters’ privilege and free speech The laptops that Barrett was charged with obstruction for concealing contained journalistic sources and work product, including a book-in-progress. The First Amendment is understood as protecting reporters from revealing confidential (...)