American holed up in Canada denies child porn charges, claims to be member of Anonymous hacking group


“… had Top Secret clearance with the Air National Guard,” “… prone to depression, seen as incompatible with remotely flying drone aircraft…”

Adrian Humphreys
National Post
Sept. 13, 2013

Canadian authorities are seeking to deport an American man who claims he is a founding member of the notorious hacking group Anonymous, accusing him of espionage against Canada’s national interests.

The story of Matthew Paul DeHart — once cloaked by court-imposed secrecy — is muddied, however, by his claim of being psychologically tortured by U.S. agents trying to recover sensitive national security information, by child pornography charges he faces in the United States and by concerns over an apparent psychotic break.

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He alleges he was drugged, subjected to psychological torture and questioned by FBI agents. While in custody, he was diagnosed with a psychotic break and has shown signs of post traumatic stress disorder, Federal Court heard. He claims this was a result of the torture.

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