After having his CFAA conviction vacated on Friday on the grounds that the venue was improper, Andrew “weev” Auernheimer is prepared for a second round in the courts if the government decides to refile charges in another jurisdiction.
"I’ve already informed my attorney, Tor Ekeland, that he’s not to file a motion to dismiss it via double jeopardy," weev told interviewer Ricky Camilleri on Huffington Post Live.
"I’ve sacrificed three years of my life to overturn this unjust law, and I didn’t do this to get a venue decision. The government should come litigate again. I’ll risk prison again to do this once more. It’s a terrible law…
"This particular case is so utterly seditious. The idea that anybody can be arbitrarily prosecuted for accessing public web resources is monstrous. It really is. I have the best case to fight it. Come bring it Federal Government."