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Twin Trouble – the podcast about fighting the system and staying rebellious while being incarcerated. The show takes the form of a recorded phone call between Jason in Chicago, and his twin brother Jeremy, locked up in a a federal transfer jail in Grady Count, Oklahoma.

Episode 5 – #Blueleaks and the Movement for Black Lives


Another episode, another seismic shift in the global landscape. This time, it’s an an unprecedented mass uprising against police led by activists, protesters and yes, rioters, who are making moves to change the violent systemic racism of the police, prisons and politicians. So we’ll be talking about the government repression of BLM and Antifa. In other news, the BOP is still on lockdown, but slowly, people are getting moved around, and Jeremy, after months of waiting in limbo in Grady County Jail where he caught coronavirus(and recovered), was finally transferred to a raggedy ass CCA joint, Talahatchie County Correctional Center, so we go in on them for a bit. Finally of course we’re gonna delve into #Blueleaks, a leak by Anonymous published by Distributed Denial of Secrets, and we have Grace again with an additional very special guest.

This podcasts featured musical guest is Godless Tyrant, who maybe can be best described as Brutal Plague War Metal.

Check out

Coronavirus in Prisons – 19 minutes, 9 seconds
Brief History of CCA and the transfer to Talahatchie – 32 min 32 seconds
Blueleaks – 56 minutes, 38 seconds

Episode 4 – Of Pandemics, Prisons and Maydays


After a brief and highly eventful intermission, we’re back. After resisting the Wikileaks grand jury case, Jeremy is again transferred back to the feds….but gets stuck in the transfer center overflow joint Grady County Jail during the BOP lockdown. And this is the raggediest of dumps. Housed in dormitory units where social distancing is impossible, people are in Grady County share the same fate as prisoners throughout the world right now – being wrecked by Coronavirus at staggering rates. And all the jails do is pray that people won’t be getting infected, because their response to the pandemic is at best described as willful indifference to the plight of the incarcerated. Mass releases have not been forthcoming, but grassroots movements have been doing everything to can to get as many people out of these deathpits as possible. All this while it’s Mayday, and we’re in the thick of a class war with millions out of jobs, with those still working facing new kinds of fuckery at the hands of the capitalists. Masking up is the new norm, as we’re seeing mass rent strikes and work stoppage, car caravans and call-ins, as we evolve to new modes of bringing down this crumbling system, whilst avoiding the right-to-work bleach drinkers like the plague. Just kidding, we aren’t staying away from them at all.

This podcast, we’re featuring a plothera of antifascist black metal artists, who’ve recently released a 4-way split – in order of appearance,
Closet Witch, Haggathorn, Race Traitor, Neckbeard Deatcamp.
Bonus track – Glutton for Insurrection – V1RU$ 5TR!K3

shownotes, segments,
Raggedy Ass Jails: 3 minutes, 50 seconds
Covid in the BOP: 7 minutes, zero seconds
And the countdown begins? 9 minutes, 40 seconds
On The Noise – Mayday: 22 minutes, 40 seconds

Episode 3 – One Funky Onion

Update 3-13-2020
Both Jeremy and Chelsea have been released from Contempt of the grand jury! Now Jeremy will be transferred back to the FBOP for the duration of his sentence, but is stuck in Alexandria still while the 30 day suspension of BOP movement is lifted…..

Thanks to those who have supported Jeremy during this latest fiasco and everyone who assisted with the Grumbles motion and letters!

-Update 3-12-2020
We are shocked and disheartened with news of Chelsea’s health, and we’re sending love and solidarity and all the strength in the world to this brave woman. We are all just reflecting on the situation and are doing our best to look out for each other while her legal team can hopefully get her out on Friday.
Thanks to those who have supported Jeremy during this latest fiasco and everyone who assisted with the Grumbles motion and letters!

This episode is a stinky one. We record this episode as Jeremy is in solitary confinement for stealing an onion from the kitchen, so for that one, we’re starting off by blowing the whistle on the roaches and crap food that Aramark has been slinging to inmates. On The Noise! this week we talk about the recent police shooting on an unarmed man on the subway in Chicago, continuing our conversation about the movement against the criminalization of poverty and the dangers of police on public transportation. We also raise the question of what the state plans to do for prisoners in the case that Coronavirus becomes pandemic, as it has in Italy, where inmates have been rising up, starting fires, escaping their captors in protest of their particularly vulnerabilities due to the decrepit situation of overcrowding, unsanitary conditions, and low access to medical care. Lastly of course we will be talking about the upcoming Grumbles hearing for both Jeremy and Chelsea. Can you believe they went through all the effort of reassembling the whole damn Grand Jury again, only to bring Jeremy to court and give ‘em the Bartleby?

We’re featuring music by Tzar Bomba, punx from chicago that get the masses moving!

Hidden within this episode: the location of the Bernie Sanders smoking ceremony once he legalizes cannabis via executive order April 20th, 2021.

Grumbles Motion documents will appear here when available!

shownotes, segments,
Raggedy Ass Jails: 2 minutes, 5 seconds
On The Noise! 19 minutes, 29 seconds
The Grumbles : 41 minutes, 8 seconds



Episode 2 – Grand Jury Exposed

This episode is our biggest one yet! And there is no one better to be our first guest than Grace from the Support Committee! In this podcast Jeremy spills the tea on what went down at the grand jury, including the questions themselves, and what they reveal about their investigation into Wikileaks and Julian Assange. Also mentioned are the arguments Jeremy and his legal team pursued to demand his constitutional right to remain silent, and some updates on Assange’s upcoming extradition hearing and a discussion of how his politics has turned to the right over the years.

This weeks On The Noise! segment discusses the investigations into the GEO and G4S Private Prison groups, including mentions of the large number of inmate hunger strikes that went down in 2019 at a number of immigrant detention centers in protest of the disgusting and dehumanizing conditions. We also talk about the alarming number of inmate deaths in the Mississippi Department of Corrections, about how they are blamed on prisoners or gang violence, even though they are the result of poor conditions of the prisons themselves. We continue on with a bit about the Fare Evasion Movement, mentioning a recent FTP3 action on Jan. 31st in NYC, talking about the demands for universal free transit and how the increase in transit cops and fare hikes are bogus austerity measures imposed by the state to criminalize and tax poor people, especially POC. Lastly, we revisit the recent legalization of cannabis in Illinois, and elaborate on barriers that the federal prohibition maintains for people, especially for undocumented folk and people seeking food stamps, EBT, SNAP or housing assistance.

This episode introduces a new segment, Raggedy Ass Jails, where Jeremy talks about the destitute conditions at Alexandria Detention Center, problems ubiquitous throughout jails and prisons everywhere.

Lastly, there is a new letter section, where we respond to questions or suggestions of things to discuss on the podcast.

This episode features music by Chicago rapper Novatore. Check this shit out!

Updates – In addition to the exemption of FOIA requests for GEO, the National Archives begins removing records related to ICE, including complaints filed for misconduct, including those filed under the Trump regime, showing how they are covering up their heinous conditions and practice of family separating from the public eye.

Just Cause and Contempt Hearings court documents

Clip of Ajit Pai’s hilarious video mischaracterizing the effects of ending Net Neutrality

Hidden within this episode : A V for Vendetta Reference

shownotes, segments,
Raggedy Ass Jails: 3 minutes, 50 seconds
NYE recap: 13 minutes, 33 seconds
On The Noise! 22 minutes, 45 seconds
Grand Jury Exposed: 46 minutes, 26 seconds
Letters: 134 Minutes, 34 seconds

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Episode 1 – 12 Prisons, 9 States, 8 Years

The first episode of Twin Trouble introduces our hosts, Jeremy and Jason Hammond, twin brothers who have both been incarcerated for hacking and antifascism. It begins with detailing Jeremy’s numerous prison transfers over the years culminating into a discussion about doing additional time in Alexandria, VA. He was due to be released the month of this episode, but instead was ‘produced’ before a Federal Grand Jury, where he was held in contempt for refusing to testify against Wikileaks. In this episodes On The Noise! segment, the twins talk about the imminent legalization of cannabis in Illinois in 2020, highlighting the continued criminalization of weed at the federal level, as well as issues of inequity in the sales and licensing in Chicago. Otherwise, it’s talking shit on the feds about the impeachment and the presidents refusal of his own subpoenas for a Grand Jury. This episode features music by Glutton for Insurrection.


Jeremy is an anarchist hacker, book enthusiast, prison wine connoisseur, and has been locked up since March of 2011 for hacking government entities and private intelligence corporations with Anonymous offshoot groups Lulzsec and Antisec. He acted as a whistleblower for the release of the Global Intelligence Files on Wikileaks. Jeremy was due to be released in December, 2019, but is held in contempt and currently jailed in Alexandria, VA. for refusing to testify in a Federal Grand Jury.

Jason was incarcerated from 2015-2016 for antifascist actions in Chicago. These days, he mostly plays piano, records music, makes crispy cornbread pancakes, and volunteers for campaigns to end money bond in Illinois with the Chicago Community Bond Fund.

Send us an email and we’ll update you with whats up with Twin Trouble.

More details on Jeremy’s case can be found at Free Jeremy.

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