Barrett Brown, whose column received the 2016 National Magazine Award for columns and commentary, is the founder of Project PM, a crowd-sourced investigation into the cyber-industrial complex. In 2012, the FBI raided his house, and later that year Brown was indicted on 12 federal charges relating to the 2011 Stratfor hack. The most controversial charge, linking to the hacked data, was dropped, but in 2015 Brown was sentenced to 63 months in prison. He was released to a half-way house on Nov. 29, 2016. For more information about Brown's case, and to contribute to his legal defense fund, please visit the Free Barrett website.
I Am Fully Capable of Entertaining Myself in Prison for Decades If Need Be
After my first FBI raid I started reading those little guides on life in prison that one finds online and noticed several references to role-playing games.
The Fact of Sisyphus
Partly as a consequence of my natural rambunctiousness, I’ve spent a total of five months over the past few years of incarceration being held in Special Housing Unit confinement cells, informally known as “the hole.”
Dean Rusk Also Missing, Feared Dead
Niall Ferguson proves that if you compare Henry Kissinger’s least murderous act of secret foreign intervention to John Foster Dulles’s most murderous, Kissinger comes out as less murderous.
I Do Not Care to Finish Reading This Mediocre Kissinger Biography By Niall Ferguson
In his charmless biography of Henry Kissinger, Niall Ferguson fails to make a dishonest argument come out in his own favor.