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Commander X To Donate Book Royalties To Anonymous
by via Peoples Liberation Front
Friday Apr 27th, 2012 4:44 PM
Commander X has announced that 100% of the royalties (after business management/agent fees and applicable taxes) earned from his upcoming book entitled "Behind The Mask: An Inside Look At Anonymous" will be donated to Anonymous related groups.
Behind The Mask: An Inside Look At Anonymous - http://www.Behind-The-Mask.tk

Commander X has instructed his attorney and business agents that the funds are to be distributed in the following manner.

As already committed to in a prior press release, 10% of the royalties are to be given to Anonymous Nigeria for the purpose of setting up, maintaining and equipping free and open "Hacker Spaces" in the major Nigerian cities. These funds will be distributed by the Peoples Liberation Front and the Naija Cyber Hactivists, and these spaces will be maintained and managed by Anonymous Nigeria.

10% of the royalties will be given to Anonymous Paraguay, they will be distributed to them by the staff of the PLF. These funds will be used to purchase desperately needed equipment such as laptop computers and smart
phones.

And finally, 80% of all the royalties earned by "Behind The Mask: An Inside Look At Anonymous" will go directly to the organization called FreeAnons (http://www.FreeAnons.org) to be used by them to pay the legal expenses
related to those accused Anons that stand under indictment in the USA and elswhere. These funds will have no strings attached, and FreeAnons will be at liberty to disperse them as they see fit.

"Behind The Mask: An Inside Look At Anonymous" is currently due to be released in July 2012.


SIGNED -- The Staff of the Peoples Liberation Front

http://www.PeoplesLiberationFront.net

http://www.CommanderX.tk

http://www.Behind-The-Mask.tk

Friday - April 27, 2012 1:00 PM ET USA