He spent 23 hours a day alone in a 6 foot by 12 foot cell. He was given one hour’s exercise, in which he walked figures of eight in an empty room. He wasn’t allowed to sleep after being wakened at 5 am. If he tried to, he would be immediately made to stand up by the guards who were not allowed to converse with him. Every five minutes the guards checked on him asking if he was okay in which he was required to respond in some affirmative manner. During the evening, if the guards couldn’t see him clearly because of a blanket over his head or from being curled up against the wall, they’d awaken him in order to ensure he was okay. Each of his meals were eaten in his cell and he didn’t have sheets or a pillow or personal items of any kind. Anonymous caught wind of this and created a #FreeTopiary campaign that stood against the harsh conditions and torture Gardenslayer was forced to face. The reason for his apparent torture was to break him and have him implicate other ‘Anons’ as well as give up some of his own sources and information. As far as he knew, there was no way Scotland Yard could have known about the delicate vital information he had purposefully sent to the editors of Infinity News Network… Continue reading “Infinity 3.” »
Marvin Walters couldn’t believe his eyes. As a “former” computer hacker, he was amazed at the extent in which Gardenslayer had gone to keep his files secret and untraceable. He began sorting through the cables with Ainsley. So far only the two of them and Jack Kelly knew about the information their former source had sent. It made sense that there were three masks, ‘anonymously’ sent by more than likely someone within Anonymous. Marvin was Infinity’s chief of technology, having built and managed the entire website it was clear that without Marvin, there would be no Infinity News Network. He was the centerpiece, the social media marketing guru, and the glue that held the entire project together. Marvin began typing furiously and opening up at least twenty new tabs. To anyone who didn’t know him and saw him in action they would think he was on speed. The man hardly ever slept, constantly building and formatting and designing and finally on his off time, cooking. Walters was the Mike Allen of the digital world and Infinity was proud to have him.
“Did our story come out about the arrest?” he asked.