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COMRADES ARRESTED AT BUSH PROTEST RELEASED

The courtroom scene today was fairly positive. In courtroom 1 the crowd clapped when Neil's release was announced, and the judge took a bow.
Over a dozen people came to support those who were arrested
Over a dozen people came to support those who were arrested
A public defender talked to Niles' friends about being witnesses
A public defender talked to Niles' friends about being witnesses
Edith faces criminal trespass charges at 9 a.m. 09/10
Edith faces criminal trespass charges at 9 a.m. 09/10
Neil faces charges of disorderly conduct and interfering with an officer 11/10
Neil faces charges of disorderly conduct and interfering with an officer 11/10
The arraignment for our comrades abducted yesterday by the State's police force was this afternoon. Many if not all will be released within the next few hours; IWW reports that they're suppsed to be out between 8 and 10 p.m, and they have folks down there to give them rides. You could go downtown to greet them at 1120 SW 3rd, at Main Street, if you'd like to show your support. It's nice to see familiar faces when you return to the outside! [ Read more... ]
floral dress and respirator 25.Aug.2003 17:04

edith

My court date will actually be later than Sept. 10th due to my lawyer's schedule.

The A21 detainees will be having more to say about our situation (arbitrary arrests & brutality in most cases, all held overnight & not informed of bail, etc.)

My thanks to the young gentleman in the red t-shirt who helped me over the fence!

Perhaps next time members of our ruling junta come to Little B, there could be a bit more of the old civil disobedience.

best regards,
Edith