20 May 2014 00:00
Stanley Cohen as one of the defense attorneys for Anonymous in the PayPal protest, he has become a hero in the FreeAnons community. Attorney at Law and Political Activist, Stanley Cohen says that he’s only interested in defending the individual against the state:
“I am an advocate for many people the government would like to silence or put in jail”.
Stanley Cohen is a noted Human Rights Attorney who, among a long list of prominent clients, represented Mousa Abu Marzook, as well other Hamas leaders, conducted work for alleged leaders of Hezbollah, represented the son-in law of Osama Bin Laden (Suliman AbuGhayth) in NYC, worked on behalf of prisoners detained in Gitmo and last year tried unsuccessfully, with former members of AQ and Gitmo veterans, to obtain release of US hostage Peter Kassig through discussions with ISIS.
Stanley Cohen has appeared several times on "Open Borders, with Ahmed Mansour, participated in the Doha Debates and is currently banned from entering both Israel and Egypt.
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