by Urizenus Sklar on 07/09/13 at 9:43 pm
Yes, summer is winding down, but it isn't too late to cram in some late late summer reading. And who better to suggest good solid reading, but the FBI. Dell Cameron, writing in the Daily Dot, has the goods. He gives us the 20 online publications concerning Barrett Brown that the prosecution considers "must read." Or is that "don't read". Hmm these lists are so confusing...
Here is how Mr. Cameron lays it down.
I attended the gag order hearing on September 4 and listened as the U.S. government spoke candidly about the journalists who've covered Barrett's case. Twenty articles were admitted into evidence from various writers and websites. Much to my surprise, the U.S. government has great taste in journalism. I've collected the online articles it selected as evidence against Barrett Brown for your reading pleasure.
You want to know who made the list, don't you? Well to see it you just gotta click through! [link]
Spoiler though, some of the names will be familiar to Herald readers!