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Andrew “weev” Auernheimer took to Twitter on Tuesday demanding that federal authorities pay him 28,296 bitcoins to make “amends” for serving prison time for a hacking conviction that was overturned last month.
“It is time, now that the fraud and violence committed against me has been exposed by the appeals process, to begin making amends to me,” he wrote in a message linked from his Twitter handle @rabite.
The Arkansas man, whose diatribe mentioned Waco, Ruby Ridge, and even Timothy McVeigh, said the government owed him, according to “my current market-determined hourly rate,” 1 bitcoin a day following his 2011 arrest to his April 11 release from a Pennsylvania prison.
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