In any case, DKos has some info on one of the guys who is called "anonymous army" - there's some serious fucked-up-ness. Remember Andy Stephenson - the Voting-rights activist that was working with Bev Harris? Here's SeattleWeekly:
Stephenson became ill in January, and months of treatment followed. In April, he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Like the fighter he was, Stephenson was determined to beat the disease and decided to have surgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. But he was out of work and without insurance, and Hopkins requires payment in full for out-of-state, uninsured patients. So Stephenson's online community raised $50,000 for him over the Internet. San Francisco's Elisabeth Ferrari led the effort, raising the money in just 12 days. It was a tribute to his political work and another demonstration of the power of the Internet. But it also spawned a bizarre Web campaign that accused Stephenson of faking his illness to scam money.Those accusations? They were created by our new friend anonymousarmy. He started a site called scamdy.com, posted fake documents claiming that Stephenson wasn't sick at all - and generally launched an all out attack - delaying the operation, harrassing the hospital when he was there.
anonymousarmy and his friends even tried to get the FBI on the case.
I wonder who is paying them to attack everyone.
Re Leopold, AA writes:
Goodness gracious. What a slime ball.pot, kettle.