The company Vice, a subsidiary of Fox news, stepped up its game in their ongoing war against the anonymous collective. After claiming anonymous is dead, they are now using ex anonymous activists and supporters against the allies of the collective.
So now Barrett Brown has joined the team. And we wonder if money was the only motivation, or that the recent subpoena from the United States Justice Department against his former employer The Intercept had something to do with it. Just weeks ago the subpoena to acquire all communications records and information on payments made to him for his regular columns that he wrote, while in federal prison, caused some uproar. Was Barrett Brown pressured by the DOJ to act against his former friends or is he merely an opportunist? Decide for yourself.
The Fight for @YourAnonNews and the Missing $35,000
Barrett Brown reveals DOJ subpoena over payment records for Intercept column