According to CNET, Wolf agreed to hand over the video he had shot of an anarchist protest in San Francisco on July 8, 2005, and also answer two questions posed by prosecutors.
The questions were whether he knew the identity of the person who threw an object at the police car during the protest, and if he could identify the person that Officer Pete Shields, injured during the protest, was pursuing at the time. Wolf said he answered “no” to both. He agreed to answer the questions because “there was nothing to be given by them,” said.
While Wolf says he was treated well while incarcerated, he was touched by the experience. He plans to start a new site that allows prisoners to share letters with people in the outside world and also plans to start “a coalition aimed at preserving a free press” at the site mediafreedoms.net.