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Libero! is a libertarian football supporters association with links to the radical free speech group Internet Freedom and the LM group. Established in 1996 by Manchester United supporter Carlton Brick, the journal of the network is called Offence.
Duleep Allirajah of Offence writes a regular Sports column for Spiked Online, a direct descendant of Living Marxism. As a 'disability policy analyst', Allirajah was a panel member on a debate about genetics and disability organised by LM group platform the Institute of Ideas  .
In August 1998, the news editor of Internet Freedom, Alan Docherty, published an article on Wired News about the use of the internet by football hooligans. The piece drew on quotations from Duleep Allirajah of Libero! and Chris Ellison of Internet Freedom without disclosing that Docherty himself was on the staff of Internet Freedom.
- GMWatch.org, "Living Marxism Profile", (references Libero! and Duleep Allirajah)
- Adam Hibbert, "Oi, Tony! Can We Have Our Ball Back, Please?", London Student, Issue vol. 8
- Alan Docherty, "Plan a Brawl on the Web?", Wired News, 11 August 1999
- Duleep Allirajah, "The Myth of Cyber Hooliganism", Internet Freedom, 16 August 1999
- Liz Climan, "Why the law on chanting racial abuse is flawed", Runnymede Bulletin, no. 310, 1998, (quotes Carlton Brick)
- Graham Barnfield, "Football Factory Fodder", Spiked Online, 14 May 2004
- David Pallister, John Vidal and Kevin Maguire, "Life after Living Marxism: Fighting for freedom - to offend, outrage and question everything", The Guardian (London), 8 July 2000 (cites Internet Freedom as part of LM group)