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Re: I break the silence: My arrest

If the most Tor users are really into human rights, free speech,
reporters and the like, then there *are* organizations which vastly more
power than such a 'little' Tor-operator-fund can provide, thought..

But where are they, when it's getting hot on Tor?
Why all the load is up to the operators?
Where are the *users* supporting Tor?

I'm reading all this and coming to the conclusion: I'm alone (except
some nice words), if it takes me. There's nothing to read about external
professional support. My experience: Just finding a internet techieness
lawyer is a hard job...
But I don't like to be alone, if I'm doing something for all (the
users!) on this mission for freedom!

Are there mostly black hats on there, which surely not stand up and say
"comrade, here's my hand, we'll drive this legal in the open field..."?

If there is NO SUPPORT from the users itself, any organization or the
like, we (as the fully responsible operators) should seriously

Just another 'naive' one from me, or is it a point? ;-)


Am Samstag, den 15.09.2007, 19:50 -0400 schrieb Ringo Kamens:
> If you set up a paypal account I would be willing to donate on a
> case-by-case basis (in this case, it would be to help with your legal
> fees). I think even if you don't need help with legal fees by
> receiving donations from all across the world it sends the message to
> German authorities that harassing and attacking tor node operators is
> not acceptable. Also, being able to mail in money would also be nice ;
> )
> Comrade Ringo Kamens

BlueStar88 <BlueStar88@xxxxxxxxxxx>

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