Aaron Swartz's father claims Reddit c...

Aaron Swartz's father claims Reddit co-founder son was 'hounded' to his death 'by the government'

There are 2 comments on the Daily Mail story from Jan 16, 2013, titled Aaron Swartz's father claims Reddit co-founder son was 'hounded' to his death 'by the government'. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

'The government killed my son': Father of Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz speaks out at his son's funeral and claims he was 'hounded' to his death Internet activist Swartz, 26, committed suicide on January 11 at his Brooklyn home as he faced 30 years in jail Loss: Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz, 26, who faced 35 years in prison over wire fraud ... (more)

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#1 Jan 17, 2013
and his dad is absolutely right
why would the govt go after him in such a relentless way for doing what he did????????

why? because they are all corrupt and could care less

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#4 Apr 26, 2013
killing himself was a selfish thing he dcided to do.....
i guess he wasnt that brite after all....

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