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Aaron Swartz tribute by Jax5485 Aaron Swartz tribute by Jax5485
Today we're here to mourn for the death of one of the activations for Internet Freedom/Privacy, Aaron Swartz, who founded the online group Demand Progress, known for its campaign against the Stop Online Piracy Act.  He was found dead in his apartment last year on January 11th. The FBI have murdered him by arresting him for 'Copyright Infringement' as what the US Government and Corporate America call Fan-Art and Fan-Fiction as well as every other social website these days.

This along with two days after the prosecution denied his lawyer's second offer of a plea bargain has caused him to take his own life by hanging himself. But his death will not go in vain and we will defeat the US Government and Corporate America for internet Freedom and Privacy.
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:iconyougotbloodonmysuit:
My god that shows how copyright laws are terrible i feel bad for a aaron

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:iconyougotbloodonmysuit:
Are you shitting me he got his bitch ass killed because he infringed copyright thats it i am moving to afirca
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:iconcpt-zim83:
We salute this good man.
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:iconrainbowdash420:
RIP, I want everyone to know that I personaly believe billionare companies can afford Hitmen this was not suicide, he was about to get married
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:iconsinfyre1:
I find this amusing that you man-children are bawwing over the death of this theft and he killed himself because he realized it's true.
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:iconyougotbloodonmysuit:
Saying someone deserves to die......
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:iconsinfyre1:
Just because he had an opinion.

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:iconpandasennin:
PandaSennin Jan 17, 2014  Student Filmographer
Did....did that garbage just come out of your mouth? Disgusting...
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:iconcpt-zim83:
Bawwing, no. Remembering what he fought for, yes.
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:iconsinfyre1:
Yep, fighting to keep bills from being passed and keeping thieves like Jax, Benny Boy, Primo, and others from stealing their work without permission. How would the employees of those corporates support themselves if they lose money to online pirates? They're companies, not charity programs.
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:iconyougotbloodonmysuit:
Calls people man-children......
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:iconsinfyre1:
Watches cartoons such as........MLP 
(did i mention your 21+ years old)
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