@30 They aren't just being asked to snitch on criminals. They're being asked to name other political dissenters, so they can drag more activists into court. Is it legal? Unfortunately, yes. But, so is waterboarding. Just because something is legal, it doesn't make it right. If someone dragged you before a federal grand jury and asked you name friends who committed no crimes so they can drag them through the courts and ask them questions, you would rat them out? That makes you a traitor to your people, you damned snitch. That's very unAmerican of you, imo.
I'm actually very pleased to see so many people speaking out in support of the Grand Jury Resisters. A lot of us have been doing everything we can to raise awareness about the Grand Jury Resisters and incarcerated Anons, and we are gaining a lot of new support from all around the world. Those who defend government corruption and political repression are as guilty as those who perpetrate it...
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