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Founder of Pirate Bay is not allowed access
to books while a mass murderer can read
whatever he wants
Stratholm (aka Anokata) is one of the founders of Piratebay,
right now he is in a prison located in denmark. the thing
that got my attention is that Anders a mass murderer who killed
innocent children has more accessed the public then a man "breaking"
the copyright laws. the manis not even allowed to read books or
getting visited by his own mother!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#14 - lordlolland
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Here are a few things about this case people forget to mention when they go all up in arms over it:
1, He is not arrested for pirating, its not even one of the charges, he is arrested for hacking into and stealing information from Danish police databases which is a serious ******* offence.
2, He is kept under such conditions to prevent him from compromising evidence by signalling to any co-conspirators or in any other way disrupt the investigation.
3, If found guilty, or when the police is certain that he cannot disrupt the investigation, he will be imprisoned under normal conditions, or since it is IT criminality it will more likely be low-security with no internet.

Get your facts straight before jumping on the damn bandwagon.
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#117 to #14 - shenanidingus
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Thank you.
Thank you.
User avatar #118 to #14 - sweetnothings
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I appreciate this information, thank you sir.
User avatar #86 to #14 - Miwer
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angrybarts please stick this comment.
User avatar #87 to #86 - angrybarts [OP]
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Its already the top comment. itd be redundant to stick it
User avatar #88 to #87 - Miwer
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Well.. I don't get my comments sorted by thumbs, but by newest first. Could be someone else chose to do the same.
User avatar #90 to #88 - angrybarts [OP]
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Fine ill be burger king and you'll have it your way
#128 to #90 - sanguinesolitude
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#103 to #14 - nationalanthem
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when he breaks into private stuff its illegal, but when the police does it its investegation.. if he was snooping around inside their files he probably had good reason(suspicions of something) and when they treat him like this its a good chance he was right
#16 to #14 - anon id: d3db9cfe
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Implying #1 actually happened as it's not just an excuse because of all the buttmad anti pirating faggots.
User avatar #20 to #16 - lordlolland
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The government framing people like that only happens in 3rd world places like Africa and the US.
#26 to #20 - luuc
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#35 to #20 - anon id: 54b670cd
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You really believe that your goverment isn't corrupt? lol *****.
Welcome to real life.
#40 to #35 - lordlolland
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Oh, look who shares 1st place as least corrupt with Finland and New Zealand on Transparency International's corruption ranking.
User avatar #120 to #40 - Hreidmar
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I've no bloody idea how Russia is not so red it creates some sort of bizarre red shift effect on the screen in that chart.
#53 to #40 - anon id: 941dd485
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Not so fast, that image only shows the perception of corruption by public sectors.
User avatar #57 to #53 - lordlolland
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How would you score invisible corruption? Or measure it for that sake?
#54 to #53 - anon id: 941dd485
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*of, not by
User avatar #47 to #40 - damping
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Hey the US isn't that bad. Especially if we removed Chicago.
#46 to #40 - pwnertrainee
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Anyone notice that South Sudan isn't even on the map? it's just a white spot... idk if that's a good thing or a bad thing
User avatar #48 to #46 - damping
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It is because that country is only a few years old. Not enough time to know how corrupt it is.
User avatar #153 to #40 - aasherknight
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BS on account that the US should be lower on that list (least to highest corruption)
User avatar #42 to #35 - qqmumu
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It's Denmark you ******* moron. We've never heard of corruption before.
User avatar #30 to #14 - cumbersome
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That was him? Damn.
#145 to #14 - slantal
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Thanks for clearing that up. I learned something today
#150 to #14 - mrpavelowgrimm
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Thanks dude My jimmies were compromised but has since become rustled.
Thanks dude My jimmies were compromised but has since become rustled.
User avatar #154 to #14 - thismustbeseen
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I looked this up myself a day or two ago. It is a very important distinction that is not made on TPB. People need to know this.

... but just imagine what he might be going through if this was all happening in the US..
User avatar #155 to #14 - bbeasty
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Also, one is imprisoned in Sweden I think and one in Danemark. They have different laws.
User avatar #177 to #155 - lordlolland
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Breivik is in Norway, Gottfrid is in Denmark.
Also, Gottfrid is in detention while an investigation is ongoing, so his conditions are much more isolated than they would be if he was serving a sentence.
#161 to #14 - GuardianofzeBlind
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User avatar #19 to #14 - wishingwell
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yeah, but how in name of the almighty (spaghetti monster), can reading books be comprimising to the invesigation?
I understand that letters, internet connection and visitation rights could be cancelled, but an actual books shouldn't - unless he can throw them out of his window to the outside world (which he can't).
User avatar #21 to #19 - lordlolland
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I don't know, the regulations on personal items vary from prison to prison, and it is especially vague in regards to detention.

Since he is in Køge Arrest and the fact that I once knew a particularly moronic fellow from Køge, I am guessing that people from Køge find books to be dangerous and scary and as such don't allow them in their detention facility.
#34 to #21 - shadowgandalf
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WHAT THE ****?!
You mean to say, i live 1km from gottfried?!
User avatar #22 to #21 - wishingwell
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But you can see the lack of logic in it right?
User avatar #24 to #22 - lordlolland
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If the books are kept from him to prevent him from outside communication, the I agree that it seems stupid.
If the books are kept from him because of prison regulations on personal belongings, then I have faith that my nation's prison system have good reason to do so.
User avatar #73 to #24 - wishingwell
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dripping sarcasm aside.... having faith in the danish system is generally a good thing (imo we have one of the best in the world), but the prison system have been criticised repeatedly over the last decade by human rights ngo's - and every time they criticise our solitary confinement rules, which are worse than a lot of american states.

being confined, with nothing to occupy the mind, is dangours for the individual - basicly slowly destrying the self (overjeget), increases the risc of psycotic behavior and long-term serious mental illness later in life (like schizophrenia, paranoid schizophrenia etc.), which all increases the risc of being incarcerated again later.

And tho i agree that he should be imprisoned for hacking the police database, my ethos cannot accept the fact that we still have almost torture like punishment in our legal system, turning non-maleficence characters into borderline psycotics.
User avatar #25 to #24 - wishingwell
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yes, because no studies have ever indicated that removing a persons personal belongings, keeping them from their family or in solitary confinement for longer than 2 weeks ( which in denmark it's legal for up to 8 weeks - prior a trial) can effect prisoners negatively in any way - like increase risc of psycotic behavior and tendencies, decreasing the chances of being a reformed citizen etc.

or it's not like ngo's all over the world has had a thorn in the side of the danish prisonsystems overuse of solitary confinement - both pre-trial and afterwards
User avatar #114 to #14 - Lambda
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I figured it would be a human rights violation to deny him books. It didn't sound right.
#51 to #14 - anon id: 60bd0ec4
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Really? And here I though he was in prison for having a goatee, dang, I gotta stop homeschooling myself
User avatar #52 to #51 - lordlolland
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Our previous Liberal-Conservative government legalized goatees in Denmark proper, it is still illegal in our overseas territories and is punishable by banishment to Sweden
This comment was sponsored by Sarcasm!
Sarcasm, because if I didn't make it clear that I was joking, some dickwad might take what I just said seriously.
User avatar #97 to #52 - grizzlebear
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Sideburns are punishable by death, though.
User avatar #100 to #97 - lordlolland
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Residents of Freetown Christiania are exempted, for what is a smelly hippie without his sideburns?
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Also, living in Christiania is punishment enough.
User avatar #132 to #14 - animedudej
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and also Behring is inprisoned in norway... pretty much a hotel

while Gottfrid is not (not sure where he is inprisoned wether its Sweden or Denmark i'm sure it's not Norway
#29 to #14 - infinitereaper
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You act like I'm morally obliged to care about any of that.

He's a data junkie.
User avatar #130 to #14 - yuukoku
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Thank you. I knew there had to be more to the story and there was no specific reason why he was arrested given.
User avatar #63 to #14 - angrybarts [OP]
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I just made this for thumbs. I could care less about the guy.
User avatar #64 to #63 - lordlolland
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Wilfully misleading the public for personal gains...
Are you considering a career at FOX news?
User avatar #65 to #64 - angrybarts [OP]
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Actually yes,
#67 to #65 - mutzaki
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Ficus carica
#84 to #67 - angrybarts [OP]
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Dont call me a fig you little ****
Dont call me a fig you little ****
User avatar #85 to #84 - mutzaki
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You're nothing but a common fig, though.
User avatar #129 to #14 - lolzordz
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it makes you wonder how much police have to hide
#69 to #14 - niggernazi
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''stealing information from Danish'' like what, how to **** a pig in the ass untill it bleeds?

you are still saying that stealing some information from some irrelevant country is worse than killing 77 people.

you are a horrible human being
#104 to #69 - nationalanthem
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as a norwegain that pic is ******* Ridicolous! associating Varg Vikernes with Breivik is idiotic.. after the terror attacks Varg expressed genuine resentment of the evil bastard! and said "i hope i rots in hell"...
#107 to #104 - niggernazi
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didnt they both want to kill all the muslims?
didnt they both want to kill all the muslims?
#108 to #107 - nationalanthem
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Varg vikernes is what you call a real nationalist... and that mean perserve your own coutry and has nothing to do with wanting to kill anybody else..

Breivik does but instead he goes and kills 77 norwegain kids.. haha and that picture is also idiotic! since when is a Nazi salute with a closed fist? xD this guy is such a **** up!
#110 to #108 - niggernazi
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well i do not know anything about varg but the extremely political correct swedish radio told me that varg adored breivik and that he fapped to starving african children on daily basis. ocfourse you have to take any fact regarding nationalists by swedish newssourses by a huge shovel of somali cum because if you're not a total communist in sweden you are pretty much responsible for the killings of six gorrillion jews at these gigantic deathcamps that where spread all across the world until muhammad the prophet of the religion of peace destroyed them all and then killed hitler with his own hands in the name of multiculturarism.

and by the way isnt it really antinationalistic to burn down old wooden churhes that are a part of the norweigan history?
#111 to #110 - nationalanthem
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he was young and stupid at the time and part of a comuity that hates religion he's taken distance to it now and matured.. also technically it would be the same as burning a mosque because christianity is not Norways TRUE cutural heritage religion not trying to bash on the black metal comunity or defend his actions but this is the way i see it.. id reply the rest of you commen to if it werent for the way you said it
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what is norways true heritage then?
#113 to #112 - nationalanthem
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Odinsim and Norse Mythology
User avatar #75 to #69 - lordlolland
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Firstly, I never said what Gottfrid did was worse, I just wanted to point out that he isn't exactly a saint being persecuted.

And you are being a cunt as usual I see.
#82 to #75 - niggernazi
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''isn't exactly a saint being persecuted.''
i can agree on that he isnt exactly a saint. he is a GOD

''And you are being a cunt as usual I see''
its my godgiven duty to harass-i mean enlighten people on people on the internet
User avatar #125 to #14 - fornowjr
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I did not know that. Thumb for you for being informative.
Could you share where you got these facts?
#99 to #14 - crazyglove
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Thank you for this.
I hate it when people automatically assume whatever they read is true.
Especially when the poster doesn't even do their own homework.
Maybe it's to intentionally start a ********* / bandwagon.
mfw these **********
#134 to #99 - angrybarts [OP]
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>Maybe it's to intentionally start a ********* / bandwagon.
#3 - pokemonstheshiz
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time for a change
*2016
#158 to #3 - neoexdeath
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I would follow that man to hell and back.
User avatar #144 to #3 - Crusader
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That dude is looking better every day
#37 - sanbonzakura
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User avatar #32 - brrigg
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anyone can kill somebody, but only an idiot messes with a rich mans money.
User avatar #49 to #32 - freshlikeuhhhhhh
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so true that its sad....
User avatar #50 to #49 - brrigg
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Fuck the poor!
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That's actually....very well worded and true.
#60 to #59 - brrigg
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User avatar #77 to #60 - thefunnyside
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i love that show/videos
User avatar #79 to #77 - brrigg
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i'm not actually sure what this came from, i just ran across it on google i think.
#61 to #60 - playapplepie
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what has the world come to?
User avatar #83 to #61 - thefunnyside
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Foamy The Squirrel, watch it
#66 to #32 - anon id: 9dc85800
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What about someone killing a rich man...and that kids is how revolutions get started.
User avatar #78 to #66 - DerpScout
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There are 99 ways to start a revolution.... well I don't know any of them.
User avatar #74 to #66 - brrigg
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pretty much yeah.
#116 to #32 - castereleven
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Read #14
User avatar #174 to #116 - brrigg
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his comment doesn't affect the validity of my comment.
#15 - polop
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They are imprisoned in different countries with different prison systems. Of course they're going to be treat differently.
User avatar #43 to #15 - qqmumu
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Yeah, but have you seen a prison in Denmark?? Some of the cells are like livingrooms in small apartments.
#45 to #43 - polop
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I know Norway has one of (if not the) least punishing prison systems in the world (they they are for rehabilitation, not punishment). So its expected for them to be easier. In-fact, I'd be surprised if Norway's prisons were harder to be in that any other around the world.
User avatar #56 to #45 - qqmumu
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You reeeaaaaally don't know anything about Denmark, do you?
#62 to #56 - polop
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The Norweigien prison system is so tame, the longest prison sentence you can get is technically 21 years. You can only get sentenced more if when you are ready to leave a court decides you are remorseful/not rehabilitated.

Danish prisons may be pretty tame (i wouldn't know anything about danish prisons so i'm taking you on your word), but holy **** Norway has a prison where you live on an island for a while, sunbathe and pretty much relax. (see Bastoy Prison Island).
User avatar #72 to #62 - qqmumu
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Rehabilitation is also danish prisons' primary focus.
User avatar #81 to #72 - wishingwell
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but what they're arguing against is basicly what human right NGO's have said the last decade - that the danish solitary confinement rules are ****** up (even worse than some american states).
In denmark it's possible to be in solitary confinement for up to 8 weeks in a row, PRIOR to the trial.
And if one consideres that solitary confinement, with nothing to occupy the mind, is a haven-like breeding ground for mental illnesses like schizophrenia and worse, it's like pissing ones pants - it works for now, but creates future criminals and social outcasts, making it that harder for them to be assimilated into sociaty again - and increases the risc of them being affiliated with the mental-health-institutes later in life - efficiently costing more money for the danish government in the long run.
#91 to #81 - polop
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None of that changed the fact they are different contries. Which was my point in the first place.
User avatar #92 to #91 - wishingwell
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jup, and i was just making the point people should (imo) - that the danish prison system is flawed, when it comes to our solitary confinement rules.

and i applaud the norwegian prisonsystem, for it's humanity and for not creating socially ****** up people.
#93 to #92 - polop
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Well, The Norwegian prison system has the lowest re-offending percentage in the world, so they must be doing something right. (whereas in the USA it can be has hish as 50% in Norway it is around 20%, only 16% for Bastoy)
Well, The Norwegian prison system has the lowest re-offending percentage in the world, so they must be doing something right. (whereas in the USA it can be has hish as 50% in Norway it is around 20%, only 16% for Bastoy)
User avatar #71 to #62 - qqmumu
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16 years is considered a lifetime sentence in Denmark, and only 37 people have been sentenced to this in Denmark since 1980.... so, the prisons and punishments are much a like in Denmark and Norway, just like a ton of other stuff.
User avatar #28 - Nightinear **User deleted account**
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They're not imprisoned in the same country you doofus
One is in Denmark
One is in Norway
Different countries
Different laws
Also why the **** is he in Denmark?
Isn't he a swede?
#41 to #28 - azzyx
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>Implying you can only commit a crime in your own country
User avatar #1 - biomedic
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but he cost fat cats money. That is the world we live in.
User avatar #2 to #1 - zombieblob
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How dare he make the rich a little less rich, I propose death penalty.
User avatar #4 to #2 - instalation
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I second this. How are they supposed to afford yachts made of solid gold? God forbid they can't afford to keep nine private air planes and eleven mansions.
User avatar #5 to #4 - zombieblob
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Waoh, hold on, you shouldn't even go as far as to mention not being able to keep nine private air planes and eleven mansions. Chaos would ensure, those are some extreme thoughts you have.
#10 to #4 - springbok
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Solid gold boat you say!? I will buy two! one for me and one for my solid gold wife and our solid gold children!
User avatar #39 to #10 - sanbonzakura
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what about for your goat?
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#18 to #2 - anon id: d3db9cfe
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B-BUT MUH CAPITALISM!

MUH CORPORATIONS
#13 to #1 - azzyx
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I quote this article about his trial and remand: www.dr.dk/Nyheder/Andre_sprog/English/2013/12/19/130343.htm : "Warg is charged with having colluded with a 20-year-old Dane in copying civil and business registration numbers from the police’s driving licence register."
This case is not about him being a Pirate Bay founder, it's about him illegally hacking into the servers of CSC Denmark.
User avatar #36 to #13 - instalation
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Wait, is this really what happened? If so, I feel stupid now.
#98 to #36 - anon id: 1ec2e802
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I can confirm.
User avatar #44 to #13 - biomedic
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Fairs. I don't really know anything about his case, just that copyright issues hold unjustly tough punishments.
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>high security prison
>Denmark

pick one
#137 - grampian
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(01/10/2014) [-]
oh no, a criminal is being treated like a criminal. lets start a revolution and break him free. the government is obviously scared enough of us computer folk that they're willing to put us under max security. its not like he committed a major crime and poses a threat to society and government alike forcing them to keep under surveillance to prevent him doing it again.
#105 - iwantattention
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(01/09/2014) [-]
All the ******* ********.   
If all those neckbeard "hackers" would take the time to actually read stuff, they would realise, that the solitary confinement is only prior the trial, so that he can't interfere with investigation and such.   
But wait there is more, Norway has the same laws, meaning Breivik got same treatment, just like "ol neckbeard pirate bay" here wil get similar treatment if he gets a sentence. the danish and norwegian are in many ways similar     
And you know what i'm not even done yet.   
Guess what, he's not in custody for copyright infrigment. He allegedly hacked the danish police database in one of the biggest cyberattacks in our nations history, meaning he got millions of personal files. Not really the same as sharing movies now is it.   
   
I seriosly don't get how people can just jump on bandwagons without knowing **** about it..
All the ******* ********.
If all those neckbeard "hackers" would take the time to actually read stuff, they would realise, that the solitary confinement is only prior the trial, so that he can't interfere with investigation and such.
But wait there is more, Norway has the same laws, meaning Breivik got same treatment, just like "ol neckbeard pirate bay" here wil get similar treatment if he gets a sentence. the danish and norwegian are in many ways similar
And you know what i'm not even done yet.
Guess what, he's not in custody for copyright infrigment. He allegedly hacked the danish police database in one of the biggest cyberattacks in our nations history, meaning he got millions of personal files. Not really the same as sharing movies now is it.

I seriosly don't get how people can just jump on bandwagons without knowing **** about it..
#136 to #105 - captainhobnob
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(01/10/2014) [-]
Well said.
Well said.