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3 forest activists free on bail after lockdown at UC-Davis

Last yesterday, the 3 forest activists that were arrested after a lockdown at UC-Davis near Sacramento to protest Genetically Engineered Tree research were freed after paying $1,000 bond each (their bail was $10,000)
Late yesterday (6/27), the 3 forest activists that were arrested after a lockdown at UC-Davis near Sacramento to protest Genetically Engineered Tree research were freed after paying $1,000 bond each (their bail was $10,000)

Their pre-trial hearing is set for July 11 at Yolo County Courthouse in Woodland, CA.

Please call the Yolo County D.A. office at 530-666-8180 and ask for investigator Bruce Naliboff. Tell him to drop all charges against these peaceful protestors! Call during regular business hours.

They are desperately in need of financial assistance and moral support. Please see below.

for the previous post on this story go to  http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2003/06/267140.shtml

Sacramento Anti-GE protests: 3 Forest Activists have been charged with felonies and need your help after a Lockdown at UC-Davis Life Sciences building to bring attention to Genetically Engineered Tree Research!!

During the Sacramento Ministerial protests on June 24, 2003, three comrades locked down inside the Life Sciences Building on the University of California-Davis campus where research on genetically engineered trees takes place. They were taken into custody and charged with Felony Conspiracy, Failure to Disperse, Resisting Arrest, and Disturbing the Peace.

For more information, please contact: Cascadia Forest Defenders 541-684-8977;  forestdefenders@tao.ca

Donation checks/money orders can be made out to: Cascadia Forest Defenders; earmarked for Sacramento Legal Defense (please be sure to specify this!!) and mailed to Cascadia Forest Defenders; PO Box 11122; Eugene, OR 97440