First Name : Jeremy

Last Name : Hammond

Approx. Age : 36

State : Illinois

Tags : Assaulting Police   Assault  


Jeremy A. Hammond (DOB: 01/08/85), along with brother Jason ( is one half of the infamous Hammond twins from the Chicago area. He's a notorious hacker who was part of a so-called "hacktivist" group called LulzSec that broke into government and corporate computers, including an intelligence gathering firm known as Stratfor. Hammond was kicked out of the University of Illinois-Chicago for hacking the computer science department's website. He was arrested with his twin, Jason, in 2010 for burning an Olympic flag in Chicago's Daley plaza as Chicago sought the 2016 summer Olympic games. He has arrests for possession of drug paraphernalia, cannabis possession, mob action, criminal trespassing, domestic battery, disorderly conduct, aggravated battery on a police officer and criminal defacing of property but it's unclear if the arrests were protest related. He may have been involved in the infamous 2012 assault on the Ashford House restaurant where anarchists beat a European history club they thought were white supremacists but he wasn't arrested. In 2019 he was held in contempt of court for refusing to testify against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Hammond became a radical activist in high school, organizing a student walkout on the day of the Iraq invasion and starting a student newspaper to oppose the Iraq War. He self-identifies as an Anarchist and has an Anarchist tat on his shoulder. He's believed to still live in the Chicago area, possibly in Glendale Heights and is notorious enough to have his own Wikipedia page.

Posted By : Anonymous in December 2021
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