News ok, who see's the irony in this?

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  1. Time Bandit

    Time Bandit Well-Known Member

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    a reporter working with the hack group anonymous is defended by (look at the lawyer's name).
    See it?

    LOS ANGELES — Matthew Keys, a former employee at Reuters and “social media journalist”, was sentenced to 24 months in prison on Wednesday for his involvement in a hacking.

    In March 2013, Keys was charged by federal prosecutors with providing unauthorized access to the Los Angeles Times website for members of the hacker group Anonymous in December 2010. The hackers published a false story on the website. Keys pleaded not guilty in federal court in April 2013.

    On October 7, 2015 Keys was found guilty on all charges and is scheduled to be sentenced on January 20, 2016.

    Keys was represented throughout all legal proceedings by Jay Leiderman and Tor Ekeland.

    http://breaking911.com/breaking-twitter-journalist-matthew-keys-gets-2-years-in-prison/
     
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    Linorge. Liberal Norwegian Jew. Look for it.
     
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    that's not it and that's not it.
    hint - surreptitious
     
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    it's too hard I guess for others to see the irony..
    I'll try to explain in layman's terms..
    "tor" the lawyer's name is also the name of the program anonymous uses.
    see, how ironic?
    it's lonely being an intellect
     
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    Tor.

    What do I win?

    Edit: should have read replies first. Who would have thought OP was so eager to spill the beans.
     
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    Hey, *I* am fucking protected. *I* went to grade school with the fucking SoS-elect of the Sanders Administration. So don't worry about me. I was there when Linorge was birthed. This 23 skidoo da Vinci code bullshit doesn't matter one bit. Not two shits. It's ok. Gnome I sayin???