The hacker group Anonymous vowed to destroy WBC after they threatened to protest a vigil for the victims of the Sandy Hook massacre.
In an attempt to educate the world at-large about the dangers of Anonymous, Rose Collins reached out to Townhall Finance and spoke about her son, Jeremy Hammond and Anonymous. She ended by asking a few questions of her own in an open letter to Anonymous.
I don’t wish pain on anyone, especially not someone as confused as Bradley Manning or Jeremy Hammond. But unlike you, I wouldn’t help anyone inflict pain upon themselves by confusing their mental illness with courage, duty or honor.
Your biggest problem, Anonymous, is that hubris led you to a confrontation with Mexican drug lords who have all sorts of contacts in some of the smallest places in America- prisons. And that is where you are likely headed. What part of "don't steal from drug lords" don't you get?
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