Jeremy Hammond, a former member of the hacking network Anonymous who has become a cause célèbre for hacktivists, civil libertarians and those concerned about the rights of whistleblowers, is a gifted young computer programmer who is currently spending a decade in prison. His crime? Leaking information from the private intelligence firm Strategic Forecasting, information which revealed that Stratfor had been spying on human rights activists at the behest of corporations and the U.S. government.

In a non-cooperating plea deal, Jeremy pled guilty to one count of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Despite lodging nearly 265 letters of support calling on judge Loretta Preska to show leniency, Jeremy was sentenced to the maximum allowed under his plea agreement.

Since March of 2012, Jeremy has been cut off from his friends and family, and punished with extensive stays in solitary confinement – treatment normally reserved for the most egregious offenses. He did nothing for personal gain and everything in hopes of making the world a better place and he needs our support now more than ever. Please visit this website often to learn how you can help!

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Below, you will find writings and press releases in Jeremy's own words. Please click here to see all of Jeremy's writings.

In Support of #PayPal14 Fundraising Drive
June 2, 2014

Jeremy Hammond Reacts to Hector Monsegur’s “Sentencing”: Reject the NSA White Hat Sabu Ideology

May Day 2014 Message of Solidarity with the NATO 3
May 1, 2014

Gabriella Coleman

Gabriella ColemanProfessor, McGill University"Hammond knowingly took a risk for a political cause he passionately embraced and has taken responsibility for his actions. If justice is to be read more

Johanna Fernandez

Johanna FernandezProfessor of History, Baruch College "It is a tragedy of our time that so many young lives are destroyed by overreaching prosecutors bent on dissuading others from uncovering the read more

Birgitta Jonsdottir

Birgitta JonsdottirIcelandic Member of Parliament "If Jeremy Hammond would have been found guilty of the crimes he is alleged to have committed in Iceland, his actions would have been considered an act of read more

Chris Hedges

Chris HedgesPulitzer Prize Winning Journalist "The security and surveillance state is creating a hermetically closed system of power. It is doing this by rewriting laws to subvert the Constitution... Jeremy deserves a chance at read more

Andy Bichlbaum

Andy BichlbaumActivist, Filmmaker ("The Yes Men"). "It is absurd to me that the DOJ picks on people like Jeremy, while corporate and military criminals wreak havoc on the world and get away with mass read more

Heidi Boghosian

Heidi BoghosianExecutive Director of the National Lawyer's Guild. "Jeremy's Treatment by the government, unfortunately, is in line with that of other political read more