It was good to see some ppl @ this event. Here is some content I found on the protest - Googling: http://new.livestream.com/nef/opangelboston http://bostonherald.com/news_opinio...testers_blame_us_attorney_death_internet_whiz http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/01/speaking_swartz http://www.demotix.com/news/1750569...ron-swartz-federal-court-boston#media-1750494 http://bostinno.com/2013/01/25/anonymous-protests-in-boston-washington-d-c-to-honor-aaron-swartz/ http://blog.thephoenix.com/BLOGS/ph...nor-of-aaron-swartz-tomorrow-friday-1-25.aspx It was good to see people that really care about what the Justice Department does when it's people abuse their power for unsaid reasons (there is alot more to this than the justice department will tell you about). I know some of us knew Aaron personally and he was really a good person with a good heart and the world will not be the same or at all better without him here. He did so many awesome things and contributed alot to the community of the world as a whole. He will always be missed and thought of always. Carmen Ortiz said and I quote at a press conference in regards to Aaron's death - "I must, however, make clear that this office’s conduct was appropriate in bringing and handling this case. The career prosecutors handling this matter took on the difficult task of enforcing a law they had taken an oath to uphold, and did so reasonably." If that is her stance on Justice, I am positive that the general population will agree that this woman has lost her mind. You had an oath to uphold the law, not to abuse it!!!! Personally, the justice department has not done their job and the people need to do it for them, their oath means shit in this case because clearly he was not charged with anything regarding this particular crime, it seems as though they wanted him for something else (comment witheld) but had no proof, so this was their form of justice. Sorry to inconvenience you Mrs. Ortiz, but clearly your understanding of justice is cloudy at best. Carmen Ortiz this is from me to you (if you happen to read this), one day you will receive the same justice in a much slower and more deliberate manner. I can only hope for the time being that you cannot sleep at night and wake up in cold sweats shedding tears that hopefully when you meet your demise you will be forgiven for your misuse of power and the stress you put on a man that bettered this world and the stresses of over-prosecuting him resulting in his untimely death. I will not forgive you for this, knowing he had issues with depression and then throwing the book at him for nothing is NOT reasonable. I think I speak for everyone that knew Aaron from a personal standpoint, we will not forgive, we will not forget, expect us for the rest of your life. I can only hope that your family can see through the bs your selling because I feel bad for your children, and siblings for having known you in such a personal manner. I really hope you see the hurt you put on his friends, family, and the world as a whole and maybe do a better job next time, because we will be watching your every move from this point on. Save your fake tears out of fear of repercussion for your wrongdoings to this man and the pain you put on the world.