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Deric Lostutter/Ky Anonymous is at it again. This time telling concerned citizens and anons asking for transparency when it comes to his donations to "Suck a dick."
Lostutter made around $60,000 in donations for a legal fund to fight an indictment which hasn't come in over 4 months.(around $6,000 of that fund was confimed to have been refunded.) The Legal Fund was quickly pulled offline after the refunds and a remaining $53,0000 was left in an account which Lostutter will have to pay taxes according to Wepay tems of service.
Lostutter has raised money to start his own business, and then also raised an unknown amount of money for personal use. It is these funds which have been called into questions not only by donors, but members of anonymous, the media, and concerned citizens believing that Lostutter is simply conning folks out of money at this point.
When repeatedly asked earlier this evening about making his donations transparent, Lostutter attacked the twitter accounts asking for transparency, and said when "he's ordered by law to post his donations, he will until then, Kindly go suck a dick."
Doesn't sound like the man who once claimed to be the champion of a 16 year old rape victim, or someone who believed in changing the world.
Lostutter also claiming no one knew his role in anon before so the haters should shut up. It's a known fact through Ky's own words that he "was just a pr guy for anonymous" the guys who waves at the camera, and is no hacker. (despite most members of anonymous refusing to be on camera) Lostutter has repeated this claim for months now, and even to this journalist in twitter conversations going back the last few months.
Lostutter also requested $800 in donations to move when his girlfriend threw him out, which also begs the question where did all thiose personal fund donations go?
Stop the KaBoom Music and Arts Festival to end Fracking practices and Mountaintop Removal threatening the health and safety of people in the mountain state of West Virginia. Join with Local and Regional Artist and Performers and Raise our Voice for to the Mountains and the People, Celebrate Connection and Right Purpose, but helping to protect people and our environment. ALL WEEKEND LONG live periodically
On the heels of the most repressive anti-abortion legislation in the country, Spring broke through the tough crust of winter with a bang on Monday. In cities across North Dakota, women came out by the hundreds to oppose legislation that cuts to the core of their basic freedoms. The message was clear, the ND state legislature and Governor Dalrymple have no right to impose the kinds of restrictions this legislation calls for. The new legislation calls for a complete ban on abortion, regardless of circumstance (rape, threat to the health of the mother, etc.), in what was described by one protester as “An assault on women’s dignity.” ;
Shot by @missionnoleash and @lousmc days 2-5 during the Steubenville Ohio rape trial
Filmed by @missionnoleash and @anonmisfit on www.ustream.tv/theviewfromnunyaland between 3/13 thru 3/17 2013
2/13/13 shot by @amandablackbrn in Pittsburgh, Pa
You are invited to a deep democracy training and strategic retreat. As part of the training, Marine Biologist Riki Ott will share templates for municipal ordinances and resolutions to ban toxic chemicals, including Corexit, as part of a national action. The same chemicals used in dispersants are also being used in the Fracking Process and are being mixed with the TarSands Oil to make it flow through pipelines. At the core of this presentation are the tools that towns, counties, municipalities etc can use to legally protect their communities from these highly toxic chemicals.
- Bourne, Kyla. “Space, Surveillance and Security Culture: An Ethnography of Urban Struggle in Chicago”
- Pino, Carolina. “Shellhouse [living portable]“
- Tofano, Mario. “Mask of a Multitude: Staging Anarchy in the City”
- Moderator: Erin Lierl
A presentation at the North American Anarchist Studies Network conference
Panel Presentation from the North American Anarchist Studies Network Conference
Sethness-Castro, Javier. “For an Ecological Anarcho-Communism” (via SKYPE)
Due to Technical Difficulties the End of Javier's and the beginning of Gabriel's presentation were lost to fluctuating bandwidth from the livestream.
Below, in text, is the missing part of Gabriel's presentation.
Below that is the remainder of the panel.
Piser, Gabriel. “Frack and Friction: The Contested Futures of Development in Appalachia”
Engel-Di Mauro, Salvatore. “Anarchism and Environmental Degradation”
Moderator: John Clark
Weaving Together Ungovernable Flesh: The Activist Threat of State Legibility
|Zeitgeist Multidisciplinary Arts Center||Katz Furniture Warehouse|
|9 - 10:20 AM|
The Fiscal Cliff and Our Reality.
A presentation followed by general discussion.
First Unitarian Universalist Church. 5212 S. Claiborne Avenue. New Orleans.
Since Election 2012 the “fiscal cliff” has emerged as the dominant issue of public discourse in this country. The President and the Congress agree that something must be done to prevent the U.S. from going over the fiscal cliff. The talking heads of the corporate media maintain that the only way the U.S. Government can avoid going over the fiscal cliff is through “shared sacrifices” by rich and poor alike in the name of getting America’s fiscal house in order.
The fiscal cliff debate raises questions of profound importance to the 99 percent. What is the fiscal cliff? How does downsizing “entitlements” in the pursuit of lower public debt really affect the 99 percent? Is what’s presented as “shared sacrifice” really shared in any meaningful sense of the word?
Watch and contribute to public discussion of the fiscal cliff issue from a 99 percent perspective
|SOA Watch Live Stream Archives 2012|
|Stewart Detention Center Pilgrimage|
|SOA Saturday part 1||Militarized Response to |
Environmental & Land Rights Activists
|SOA Saturday part 2|| Refusing to Pay|
|Sunday Stage/Vigil 1||Sunday Gate/Vigil 1|
|Sunday Stage/Vigil 2||Sunday Gate/Vigil 2|
|Sunday Stage/Vigil 3||Sunday Gate/Vigil 3|
|Sunday Gate/Vigil 4|
|Double Diaz Bourgeois||Concert Night Undercovers|
|Shut Down the School of Assassins and Resist U.S. Militarization in the Americas|
Broadcasting from Post Hurricane Sandy NYC
The entire memorial presentation is right here just click play.
Friends and family of Larry Gibson, the “Keeper of the Mountains,”
celebrated his life and legacy
on Sunday, October 14 from 2 to 6 p.m. in Charleston, WV
The event was broadcast LIVE right here.
1 hour of Tribute videos follows the memorial in this playlist.