10
Aug
2004

Stop the War on Protestors : Defend the Right to Demonstrate

(please forward widely)

A group of nonviolent arrestees from the Reclaim the Commons June 8th protest could face up to one year in jail and huge fines for blocking traffic outside the Biotech conference.

Although San Francisco District Attorney, Kamala Harris told the National Lawyers Guild that she would only prosecute protesters charged with assaults andvandalism, she is harshly prosecuting these nonviolent activists.

This action could threaten the political climate in San Francisco, making others more afraid to engage in protests. In an era of Homeland Security, it is up to us to stop political intimidation tactics.

YOU CAN HELP!!

1. PACK the COURTROOMS!!!!
on the following dates, to let the judge, D-A, and Public know where you stand!:

850 Bryant (btw 6th and 7th Sts.), SF

Wed, September 1 at 2:00pm - Room: Dept 22
Tues, September 21 at 9:00am - Room: Dept A

Please RSVP if you intend to come, and we will get a bigger courtroom if necessary!

2. APPLY POLITICAL PRESSURE!

Write, fax, or phone elected officials asking them to put pressure the D.A. not to prosecute those arrested on June 8th in association with the Reclaim the Commons protests.

**Call SF District Attorney Kamala Harris at 415.553.9530

- Drop the charges—charges against peaceful “free speech” protesters were dropped in March per the agreement with the NLG. Honor your word.

- We support her in refusing the death penalty. Stay strong in the face of the police officer’s association.

- In a post-patriot act America, it’s essential to support those that take a stand (or a sit-in) against corporate corruption—like Biotech and the G8.

**Call SF County Supervisor and activist, Tom Ammiano at 415-554-4155

- We greatly appreciated his PROCLAMATION supporting the RTC efforts!

- Now would he please call D.A. Kamala Harris and ask her to drop all charges against the arrestees.

You can also call progressive Supervisors Matt Gonzalez (415-554-7630) and Chris Daly (415-554-7940) asking for their support as well.

Sample letters are available at
http://www.indybay.org/news/2004/07/1688482.php


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