Janet Reitman does a great job telling the story of Jeremy Hammond in this Rolling Stone article. It's difficult for me to contain my anger and disappointment when I hear about people like Jeremy being imprisoned.
"as long as our own freedom is secured through the segregation of others, into concrete abysses – even, or especially, if these others remain invisible to us – it is a false sense of freedom, and it diminishes our own capacities for critical awareness."
"The image of Fahad’s torture is not that of a person being led around an interrogation room on a dog leash, or held in a stress position with heavy-metal music blasting. It is a person sitting still in a small cell, slowly deteriorating in a modern prison on the outskirts of a small Colorado town."