Look at this bullshit from Kim Dotcom
I don’t think it’s a good idea to print guns. I think the world would be a better place without guns. #Peace
— Kim Dotcom (@KimDotcom) May 11, 2013
Versus the reality:
The State Department has now demanded Defense Distributed take down its printable gun files due to possible export control violations.
The controversial gun-printing group is hosting those files, which include everything from the gun’s trigger to its body to its barrel, on a service that has attracted some controversy of its own: Kim Dotcom’s Mega storage site. Although the blueprint is only publicly visible on Defense Distributed’s own website Defcad.org, users who click on it are prompted to download the collection of CAD files from Mega.co.nz, which advertises that it encrypts all users’ information and has a reputation for resisting government surveillance.
Cody Wilson, Defense Distributed’s 25-year-old founder, says that the group chose to use Mega mostly because it was fast and free. But he also says he feels a degree of common cause with Kim Dotcom, the ex-hacker chief executive of Mega who has become a vocal critic of the U.S. government after being indicted for copyright infringement and racketeering in early 2012. “We’re sympathetic to Kim Dotcom,” says Wilson. “There are plenty of services we could have used, but we chose this one. He’s down for the struggle.”
Looks like maybe he isn’t as “down for the struggle” as Cody Wilson would like..although Kim Dotcom is a bit of hypocrite when it comes to guns.
Remind us again who was found in a safe room in his mansion with a gun?
Instead of giving himself up easily, Kim Dotcom refused to let the police in, activated a number of locking mechanisms in his sprawling home and then hid in a safe room.
The determined police officers had to cut their way through to gain access and then found Mr Dotcom hiding near a gun.
Oh and though he says he is opposed to guns he doesn’t mind posing with them: