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t0pg3arliv3 with @BarrettBrownLOL and @JayLeidermanLaw

| May 8th, 2017 by Doemela | Comments Off on t0pg3arliv3 with @BarrettBrownLOL and @JayLeidermanLaw

Conversation #t0pg3arliv3 on @AnonUKRadio with guests, Barrett Brown & his legal council Jay Leiderman.

Barrett Lancaster Brown (born August 14, 1981) is an American journalist, essayist and satirist. He founded Project PM, a research collaboration and wiki, to facilitate analysis of the troves of hacked emails and other leaked information concerning the inner workings of the cyber-military-industrial complex.

In January 2015, Brown was sentenced to 63 months in federal prison for the crimes of accessory after the fact, obstruction of justice, and threatening a federal officer stemming from the FBI’s investigation into the 2012 Stratfor email leak. Prosecutors had previously brought other charges associated with his sharing of an HTTP link to the leaked Stratfor data, but those charges were dropped in 2014. As part of his sentence, Brown was also required to pay almost $900,000 to Stratfor. Prior to 2011, Brown had ties with the hacktivist collective Anonymous.

Jason Scott “Jay” Leiderman (born April 12, 1971) is an American criminal defense lawyer based in Ventura, California. The Atlantic Magazine called Leiderman the “Hacktivist’s Advocate” for his work defending hacker-activists accused of computer crimes, or so-called (“Hacktivism”) especially people associated with Anonymous. Leiderman “keeps an encrypted chat app open at all times so he can dispense ad hoc pro bono legal advice to members of Anonymous” Buzzfeed called Leiderman “The Maserati-Driving Deadhead Lawyer Who Stands Between Hackers And Prison” and stated he was “A medical marijuana and criminal defense lawyer from Southern California [who] has made himself into the country’s leading defender of hackers.”

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