Barrett Brown’s Trials Moved to September

The trials of former Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown have been moved to September, after the Dallas resident’s public defender asked for a continuance earlier this week. The trials had been scheduled to begin in April. Both of the court’s decisions can be read here and here.

Brown is scheduled to stand trial for a slew of charges, including threats against an FBI agent, obstructing an investigation, and  hacking-related charges. He’s been incarcerated since September.

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