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MSNBC’s Chris Hayes today looked at the life and legacy of Internet activist and Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz, who was bullied to death by the federal government.
Carmen Ortiz, today has dropped all charges against Aaron Swartz, now that her office’s campaign of bullying, zealotry, and overreaching prosecution ended in Swartz’s committing suicide by hanging.
Aaron Swartz was one of those people you wish you had known about when he was alive, instead of when he committed suicide, after an insane federal government prosecution that went beyond overzealous and deep into zealotry.
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Marine War Hero Eric Alva Excoriates A Texas Crowd Who Booed Him Because He Is Gay
Gay People’s Hearts ‘Unsuitable’ For Life Says Head Of Russia’s State-Controlled TV News
Christian Polling Group Finds Atheists Divorce Less Than Christians
Watch: Kids Shown Interracial Cheerios Commercial — Have No Idea Why It’s Controversial
Largest Study Of Children Raised By Same-Sex Parents Shows They’re Healthier Than Their Peers
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