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Trial begins for Anti-Death Penalty Activists June 27th!

Trial begins for me and Kevin along with 11 more Anti Death Penalty Activists June 27th-28th Washington, DC Superior Court
 
On June 27, the trial begins for the 13 anti-death penalty protestors who unfurled a "STOP EXECUTIONS" banner on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court on January 17, 2012 - the 35th anniversary of the first modern-era execution in 1977.
 
If you're in DC, come out to support us as we make a stand against the death penalty and try for a win of the first amendment! Show your support from home by sharing this with friends, and send us your love with positive thoughts and prayers.
 
Trial coordinator: Scott Langley, scott@abolition.org, 518-249-8094
                   If no response, contact Delia, the press coordinator.
 
Press inquiries should be directed to:  Delia Perez Meyer, dmeyer@prismnet.com, 512-507-7693
  
Those arrested were Anna Shockley (South Carolina), Ron Kaz (South Carolina), Rachel Lawler (Vermont), Tom Muther (Kansas), Amber Mason (Washington, DC), Kevin Mason (Washington, DC), Jon Dunn (New Mexico), Jack Payden-Travers (Virginia), Scott Langley (New York), Randy Gardner (Utah), Daniel Flynn (Washington, DC), Anne Feczko (Washington, DC), Charity Lee (Texas) and Eve Tetaz (Washington, DC).
 
Read more about the action and see photos at http://www.abolition.org/jan17/
 
Video of the action and arrest:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_bjwl8LKe4
 
Donations for financial support can be sent to: AAC, PO Box, Ghent, NY 12075
 

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Comment by Jean Mcmahon on June 25, 2012 at 10:27pm
Great Works Thank You Both!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Comment by Jean Mcmahon on June 25, 2012 at 10:26pm
Great Works Thank You Both!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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