ZDNet.com, 9 Feb 2014
Anonymous has stepped up efforts to raise awareness over ongoing criminal procedings in alleged hackers in Singapore linked to the hacktivist group.
The group called for a tweetstorm using the #FreeAnonsSG hashtag for February 9, 2014 at 8am Singapore time, to protest against various arrests linked to Anonymous made last last year, according to its statement on a pastebin. The arrests included those of James Raj Arokiasamy, alleged to be the hacker under the moniker "Messiah", linked to the defacement of at least one government Web site; what it dubbed the "Singapore 5", comprising 5 men accused of civil disobedience involving pro-Anonymous graffiti on a wall; and also "the plight of all the anons involved". Full story