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ICE is trying to deport an Occupy Oakland protester

NYC, 19.11.2011 17:24

Update 11/17/11: Pancho has been released -- INCREDIBLE NEWS. Unfortunately he's not out of the woods yet.

Occupy Philadelphia and Occupy Wall Street march in Solidarity

United States, 19.11.2011 16:30

On the evening of Sunday the 13th of November, marchers from Occupy Wall Street (OWS) joined up with members of Occupy Philadelphia (OP) to collaborate in a night-time march. The OWS people were on their way to Washington DC to make it clear that "We are the 99%!" More Info & March Schedule Here. Image links to Monique Frugier's video coverage. More Coverage from TheRoot and

The Declaration of the Occupation of Washington, D.C.

DC, 19.11.2011 07:42

Consented to in committee November 15th, 2011 We have been captives of corrupt economic and political systems for far too long. The concentration of wealth and the purchase of political power stifle the voices of the increasingly disenfranchised 99%. Corporate dominance subverts democracy, intentionally sows division, destroys the environment, obstructs the just and equitable pursuit of happiness, and violates the rights and dignity of all life. Occupy D.C. is an open community of diverse individuals, founded on equality for the common good. We are peaceably assembled at McPherson Square, practicing direct democracy on the doorstep of K Street, the center of destructive corporate and governmental relationships. We insist that our political and economic systems serve the people’s interests. Now is the time to advance and complete the struggles of those who came before us. We are assembled because...

Extracción de tierra del Yunque

Puerto Rico, 19.11.2011 07:42

Extraen Tierra del Bosque Nacional El Yunque

SchNEWS: &quot;You can't evict an idea&quot;

United Kingdom, 19.11.2011 07:32

The occupy movements around the world are reaching crunch time this week as it kicks off in New York and London is served with an eviction notice from The City of London Corporation.

On November 4th, representatives from the Occupy LSX camp met with their opposite numbers from The City of London Corporation, at the corporation's request (See SchNEWS 795). During this meeting it was proposed that as long as the camp was able to clear some space for Fire Brigade access they would be allowed to remain without legal persecution until after Christmas. The next day, as this proposal was going through consensus at the camp, the corporation added no less than 12 added extras, ranging from demanding that the camp recognised itself as unlawful, that it was trespassing and preventing freedom of movement for the public, and that the corporation had the right to sue for possession of the area -- to name but a few. These extras were not announced to the press and kept as quiet as possible. Occupy LSX rejected the terms, and responded with a few demands of their own. Demands that any other Local Authority in the country would be legally obliged to fulfil, but which The City of London Corporation remain scarily exempt from. Simply, the camp asked that the corporation: 1) Publish full, year-by-year breakdowns of the City Cash account, future and historic; 2) Make the entirety of its activities subject to the Freedom of Information Act; and 3) Detail all advocacy undertaken on behalf of the banking and finance industries, since the 2008 financial crash. The Corporation doesn't have to do any of this because it is in fact a medieval hangover (officially entitled The M*ay*or and Commonalty and Citizens of the City of London)which has gone unreformed for centuries -- it's a local authority whose electorate is composed almost entirely of businesses- as such it is a powerful advocate for the financial capital. [More + list of local Occupy camps]

Latest from the Newswires:
Occupy Notts Camp | Bank Buildings occupied in London | Bristol: Occupy starts hitting its stride? | Occupy Movement: where next? | Occupy Manchester Returns | Occupy The Library | Occupy Everywhere Topic

Se tratará en la Legislatura el proximo jueves

Argentina, 19.11.2011 07:32

Contra la venta y el desalojo de la Huerta de Saavedra

Otro ataque a luchadores populares

Argentina, 19.11.2011 07:32

Asesinan a Cristián Ferreyra


Argentina, 19.11.2011 07:32

Caso ATILRA: procesaron a referentes sindicales y sociales


Argentina, 19.11.2011 07:32

Caso ATILRA: procesaron a referentes sindicales y sociales

Explosión de gasoducto en Ohio

Puerto Rico, 18.11.2011 03:21

Sobre otra explosión de un gasoducto en Ohio

Occupy Oakland Calls for Mass Rally &amp; March and New Occupation on Nov 19

San Francisco Bay Area, 18.11.2011 01:27

On Saturday, November 19th, a day of mass actions, Occupy Oakland will set up a new occupation in the park and empty lot on 19th & Telegraph adjacent to the Fox Theater in the rapidly gentrifying Uptown neighborhood and entertainment district. A massive march planned for the day will end at this park and Occupy Oakland will begin setting up a new camp. Occupy Oakland is asking for all committees and supporters to begin making plans in whatever way they can to assist the new occupation and come prepared to make it happen.

Call for free and fair union election at the Ashland Food Co-op

Rogue Valley, 18.11.2011 00:12

The Ashland Food Co-op Board is holding the forum described below on this Saturday. They will hold another one on December 10th at the request of workers and owners who signed a petition to create a forum for the workers who advocate a union to have an opportunity to present their experience.

OWNER FORUM regarding the current UFCW Local 555 union organizing effort at the Co-op.
Saturday, November 19th, 2pm—5pm
Havurah Shir Hadash
185 N. Mountain Ave., Ashland

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Escuela Politécnica 2011

Athens, 17.11.2011 17:59

;Abajo el Poder!

8AM protest - jobs rally - Steel Bridge - Today

Portland, 17.11.2011 17:48

A protest November 17 east side of steel bridge 8 in the morning

8 am -Thursday

east side of steel bridge
police have bridge closed to everyone but the Max this morning
can they do that?

This is a Jobs With Justice event:

[The Steel Bridge, like so much of our infrastructure, is structurally deficient and in need of repair. This is work that needs doing, even while thousands in Portland are unemployed! Bridges like this one are symbols of politicians failure to pass a jobs bill or do anything to help the 99%, while the richest 1% keep getting richer.]

Nuestra palabra empeñada - Declaración MANE 16 de Noviembre

Colombia, 17.11.2011 16:00

Nuestra palabra empeñada - Declaración MANE 16 de Noviembre

Nuestra palabra empeñada - Declaración MANE 16 de Noviembre

Colombia, 17.11.2011 16:00

Nuestra palabra empeñada - Declaración MANE 16 de Noviembre

MOCASE VC -Santiago del Estero

Argentina, 17.11.2011 15:22

Asesinan a Cristián Ferreyra

Ante la indiganción de los pueblos surge una esperanza global

Colombia, 17.11.2011 15:22

Ante la indiganción de los pueblos surge una esperanza global

Ante la indiganción de los pueblos surge una esperanza global

Colombia, 17.11.2011 15:22

Ante la indiganción de los pueblos surge una esperanza global

Tristan Anderson's Civil Trial Against Israeli Military Begins

San Francisco Bay Area, 17.11.2011 12:09

On November 17th, a Jerusalem civil court will convene regarding the case of Tristan Anderson, an international solidarity activist from Oakland, California, wounded in March 2009 when he was shot in the head by Israeli border police in Ni'ilin, Palestine. He survived the attack on his life, but has been left paralyzed on one side of his body and with significant damage to his brain. To date, no one has been charged with any crime whatsoever related to the shooting of Tristan Anderson. Also on November 17th, supporters are invited to an event in Berkeley in solidarity with the trial featuring Tristan, an update from court from Gabby, and a discussion as well as music.

In Wake of Violence, Veterans Join Occupy

Rogue Valley, 17.11.2011 08:45

The video of Scott Olsen being shot by tear gas projectiles at Occupy Oakland on October 25, looks and sounds like it is happening in the middle of a war zone. The camera is held by shaking hands as the crowd is screaming and shots are fired. Smoke from several explosions fill the darkened early morning air. Without some visual clues, this could be Baghdad, not the port of San Francisco Bay. A terrified voice screams “Medic, medic” after we see half a dozen protesters carrying Olsen’s body, which is draped with a Veterans for Peace flag, towards safety. Olsen, a 24 year old Marine, served two tours in Iraq only to be wounded on his home turf by peace officers who wore riot gear to break up Occupy Oakland protest before sunrise on that fateful day. Olsen’s injuries included a skull fracture for which he is still being treated for. What happened to Olsen has provoked veterans all across the country to join the Occupy Movement in droves.

ACLU and National Lawyers Guild File Suit Against Oakland Police Department

San Francisco Bay Area, 17.11.2011 05:07

On November 14th, the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU-NC) and the National Lawyers' Guild (NLG) filed a lawsuit in federal court against the Oakland Police Department (OPD) for its egregious constitutional violations against Occupy Oakland demonstrators. The ACLU-NC and the NLG are suing OPD on behalf of Scott Campbell and other demonstrators subjected to excessive force during recent demonstrations. Additional plaintiffs include Kerie Campbell, Marc McKinnie, Michael Siegel, and NLG Legal Observer Marcus Kryshka.

OWS: International Day of Action

NYC, 16.11.2011 23:12

Location: Wall Street at 7 am, subways at 3 pm, Foley Square at 5 pm
Contact: email: | help line: +1 (516) 708-4777

Forumul Social CriticAtac

Romania, 16.11.2011 23:04

Ce optiuni avem?

Photos and comments of Occupy Portland, Nov. 12-13

Portland, 16.11.2011 16:57

The class war by the 1% against the Occupy movement is in full throttle. Last night, cops raided OWS at Liberty Plaza without warning, attacking protestors with pepper spray and batons. Two days ago (Nov. 13), facing a similar eviction threat from Mayor Adams, it was Occupy Portland in the crosshairs. Other Occupy camps have been brutally attacked in Oakland, Berkeley, Denver, Chapel Hill, and elsewhere. Even as they dismantle the camps, we are not giving up the fight.

But, as we, the 99% know, this movement is too big and significant to fail. Even as they dismantle the camps, we are not going to give up the fight. That night on Nov. 13, the words "We the People have the power" came alive in the streets of Portland. We collectively experienced what power we can have when we stand together and overcome our fears. The call has been shouted out and heard everywhere from Portland to NYC, "Occupy under attack, What do we do? Stand up, fight back!" They can never destroy Occupy/us, as long as this spirit of resistance stays alive!

OWS Solidarity: Occupy DC storms DC offices of Bloomfield, hits US Conf of Mayors

DC, 16.11.2011 16:31

The sickening November 15 police raid on Occupy Wall Street, complete with videotaped beatings,cries out for payback. Late afternoon the same day, Occupy DC stormed into the Victor Building on 9th st, housing the DC offices of Bloomfield Office properties, "owner" of Zucatti Park the home base of Occupy Wall Street. Video of the DC Solidarity action with intro of NY cops beating Occupy Wall Street RELATED from called for "declaring victory" and shutting down camps just before raids

High School Students Protest Circus in Watsonville

Santa Cruz, CA, 16.11.2011 05:15

On November 8th, 2011, four students from Renaissance High School went to the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds to protest against the way the circus treats their elephants. Students attending the protest joined other demonstrators from the bay area that were following the circus around to their performances. One protestor was assaulted while handing out flyers about the circus. The students stayed at the fairgrounds protesting for animal rights from 3pm to 7pm.

Educamos rechaza proyecto de la Cámara 3720

Puerto Rico, 16.11.2011 02:26

Educamos rechaza proyecto de la Cámara 3720


Athens, 15.11.2011 23:14

Κάτω η εξουσία!

Information on the COP17 Conference Durban SA 28 November - 8 December 2011

NYC, 15.11.2011 21:53

The University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) has been identified as the site of this year’s COP17 alternative space, known as the ‘People’s Space’, where national and international civil society will come together around the global issue of climate change

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Are Evicted, But the Movement Stands Strong

NYC, 15.11.2011 21:53

In light of this morning's eviction of Occupy Wall Street protesters from Zuccotti Park, MADRE denounces the eviction and stands in solidarity with the occupiers and their right to protest.

Comunicado do CMI-Brasil em apoio às Ocupações Mundiais no Brasil

CMI Brasil, 15.11.2011 19:33


Agenda 1 / lo que viene

Argentina, 15.11.2011 17:44

EDITORIAL Land dispiute re: South Central Farm

LA, 15.11.2011 16:17

This morning, October 15, City Council is scheduled to vote on Jan Perry's proposal that would release developer Ralph Horowitz of the 2.6-acre green space requirement and make it easier for him to sell the property. And so the future of the 14-acre plot of land, at 41st and Alameda is once again under dispute. Previously the site of the famous South Central Farm, once known as the largest urban farm in the country, if the not world, the land has become the most disputed plot of real-estate in the city. (At the time of its demolition circa 2006, there was a massive community mobilization to save it, and the goal of the farmers to reclaim the land has not died.)

Are members of the City Council colluding with real estate moguls to illegally make bad real estate deals? The original deal to sell the land back to Horowitz was conducted in a closed-session meeting, a meeting which has recently been deemed illegal by a Superior Court judge, as reported in the LA Times. Not only has Horowitz underpaid for the land, he's now seeking to extract more value from it than agreed before. The City should demand the terms of the original agreement. That was the deal negotiated -- a community benefit of green space, the value of which cannot be measured in simple dollars and cents: our city needs more recreational space, particularly in the east side of South Central Los Angeles.

Full statement: Editorial: Jan Perry's Proposal to Release Ralph Horowitz from Green Space Requirement by LA Indymedia Collective

&quot;You Can Shove Your Rubber Bullets Up Your Arse!&quot;: 'Total Policing' of N9 Demos

United Kingdom, 15.11.2011 11:35

Students and construction workers got their first taste of the 'Total Policing' advocated by new Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe at the demonstrations held on November 9th in London. In the build-up to the day, the Met sent out a clear message, in letters to people who had been arrested at previous student and anti-cuts demos, including those who had never been charged, or had been found not guilty, which warned:

"It is in the public and your own interest that you do not involve yourself in any type of criminal or antisocial behaviour. We have a responsibility to deliver a safe protest which protects residents, tourists, commuters, protesters and the wider community. Should you do so we will at the earliest opportunity arrest and place you before the court."

The Evening Standard once again was the METs preferred vehicles for pre-demo scare stories, publishing a double page spread which warned that police had been authorised to use rubber bullets. Organiser Michael Chessum, said: "What the police have done is extremely political and a cynical attempt to put people off from coming to a national demonstration. What they are doing is trying to put people off and pre-criminalising the process. They have made it more likely that trouble will occur."

On the day itself, actions started at 7am, when the 'Sparks' and supporters gathered at the Pinnacle building site in the City before marching to the Cannon St construction site, pushing through police lines in order to get there. They went on to undertake a flying tour of building sites in the City, and also called in at #OccupyLSX before joining the UNITE demo at the Shard at 11:30. The Sparks had planned to join the Student march in solidarity, but were actively prevented from doing so by the police. Towards the end of the day they found themselves in a kettle. One Spark noted, "Theres f'n more horses than the f'n Epsom Derby, vans galore, riot shields, they won't even let you get a sandwich' [Video]

Police continued their harrassment of student protestors with searches of coaches coming into London for the demo. Several arrests were reported. Once on the march, demonstrators found themselves in an enormous kettle, with police in riot gear and shields [Video] blocking off all side roads and junctions along the route thus preventing anyone from leaving the march, whilst a massive police bloc at the front dictated the pace of the march Plain clothes police inside the demo grabbed a young man in what witnesses described as an extremely aggressive arrest [Video]. Police intimidatory tactics appeared to have had some effect as numbers were lower than expected, which meant that the cops were easily able to prevent an attempt to Occupy Trafalgar Square. Later on a group of about 20 were kettled, arrested and taken to Farringdon Station where they were de-arrested after being filmed by the Forward Intelligence Team.

RMT affilliated taxi drivers undertook a tour of sites in the city centre before bringing Trafalger Square and the Strand to a halt at 4 pm in solidarity with the students and construction workers, while UK Uncut ended the day with storming the stage at a Corporate Tax Conference while Dave Hartlett, the Permanent Secretary for Tax of HM Customs and Revenue was speaking.

As capitalism teeters on the edge, and austerity starts to bite, it should surprise no-one that the state, police and the mainstream media are desperate to further undermine our ability to protest. But students reacted on the day by chanting, "You can shove your rubber bullets up your arse!" and immediately after the demo called another for Nov 23rd. More workers will join the day of strikes against the attacks on pensions on November 30th, and austerity and increased repression will only generate more resistance in the long term.

Previous Feature: Sparks Will Fly on November 9th!

On the Newswire:Authorities panicking over November 9 protest! | Police harass activists traveling by coach to nov9 protests | a few pics and words on november 9 student protest | Nov9 The final kettle, arrests and dispersal | Cabbies Protest

Video: Nov9 Sparks push through police lines | #Nov9 Arrest of protester by undercover police | Violent arrest of a protester during #Nov9 by a large group of undercover cops

Plainclothes Cops: N9: Pics of moment undercover cops arrest protester | N9 arrest figures from Met police | Undercover Cop Faces at N9 | N9 new police tactics: Undercover cops active and aggressive

Analysis: After Nov 9: Where do we go from here? | N9: The Bigger Picture

Continúa lucha por Corredor Ecológico

Puerto Rico, 15.11.2011 05:33

Niños reclaman la restitución del Corredor Ecológico del Noreste como Reserva Natural

“Secure Communities” Program Adopted by Sheriff Terrorizing Local Immigrant Community

United States, 15.11.2011 05:10

The “Secure Communities” program being adopted in local counties across the United States has already caused much controversy in its short history. The implementation of Secure Communities by Champaign County Sheriff Dan Walsh has brought great distraught to several families in Champaign and Urbana. Pressure is mounting for communities to abandon this program. read more

KBOO’s three-week long experiment in ‘embedded journalism’ at Occupy Portland

Portland, 15.11.2011 00:43

When the Occupy Portland encampment began on October 8th, we at KBOO knew that we would be very involved in reporting on the movement - the issues, the constituency involved, the bottom-up civic activism displayed by the camp's ad-hoc organizers all spoke directly to KBOO's long-established values of peace, justice, democracy, human rights, multiculturalism, freedom of expression and social change.

But I don't think any of us realized at the time just how entrenched our reporting would become.

Translator/Musician Beaten Unconscious By Portland Police

Portland, 14.11.2011 16:38

ALERT! A man named Justin James Bridges, musician & ASL translator for Occupy Portland General Assembly, was assaulted by @PortlandPolice today during camp clean out. He was beaten repeatedly in the back and has now lost use of his right arm. Though Justin was lying on the ground in compliance, Portland Police continuously beat him in the back with clubs until his eyes rolled back in his head. Fellow protesters thought he was dead. He is now in critical care.

IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION, ESPECIALLY PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCE, DO NOT HESITATE TO COME FORWARD. National Lawyers' Guild # 503-902-5340. Protect rights, protect the truth. Please share. And if you have info or evidence, for the sake of justice, come forward.

The Battles of Occupy Portland

Portland, 14.11.2011 15:18

For those who were there, November 13th will be a day long remembered in Portland, Oregon. Occupy Portland again proved why it remains the 2nd strongest Occupy movement in the U.S. when it mobilized against police eviction. Instead of the Occupiers being evicted it was the police who were sent home demoralized.

The following morning, however, the police again moved in to evict the mostly-emptied camp, and again thousands of protesters arrived to protest. As this article is being written there remain thousands of protesters in downtown Portland trying to decide their next occupation spot with hundreds of riot police nearby. Although the original occupied park is now surrounded by a fence and hundreds of riot police, the movement has been strengthened exponentially after the stunning victory the previous night and energetic re-mobilization the following morning which grew throughout the day.

The Mayor, police, and the local 1% had set the stage to justify police violence while scaring the public away from the downtown occupation spot; radio stations warned listeners to "stay away from downtown," businesses closed their doors early for "fear of violence," the media shamefully reported stories without sources about people from "out of town" coming to Portland with violent intent. The ultra-peaceful protest that ensued made a mockery of these lies from Portland's 1%.


Rogue Valley, 14.11.2011 08:58


Every Tuesday from 10 to 11 am meet @ the Jackson County Courthouse (100 S. Oakdale,Medford) steps to demonstrate at the foreclosure auctions that are stripping people of their homes.

Bring a sign and a voice

Help raise awareness about illegal foreclosures in the Rogue Valley

If no foreclosure auctions are taking place we will rally in front of the Bank of America to get people to move their money out of the banks that are leaving people homeless

Rides will be given to anyone who needs them at the Ashland Plaza at 9:20am.


Colombia, 14.11.2011 05:47

Contra molinos de viento en Santa Isabel

Puerto Rico, 14.11.2011 03:58

No a los Molinos en Suelo Agrícola

FACT CHECK, FACT CHECK: Dissecting Claims of Violence from Occupy DC

DC, 13.11.2011 21:35

These videos claim to show violence by Occupy DC against conservatives at an "Americans for Prosperity" event in Washington, DC Nov 4, 2011. On Nov 7th, Washington, DC Police Chief Lanier said, "Demonstrators have become increasingly confrontational and violent" and referred to these videos as proof. FACT CHECK: These videos do not show violence from Occupy DC Video

Occupy CSU Monterey Bay: Rally, March and General Assembly on Nov. 15

Santa Cruz, CA, 13.11.2011 20:44

Occupy CSU Monterey Bay will hold a rally, march and general assembly on Tuesday, November 15th starting at 1pm at Library Plaza on Divarty St and 5th Ave at CSUMB. A flyer for Occupy CSUMB states, "The California State University system is infected with the same disease as the rest of our sick society. It is designed to allow a small group of people to enrich and empower themselves at our expense. So as our tuition rises every year, and the staff and faculty are denied promised raises, the top administrators throughout the system receive outrageous salaries and benefits."

En defensa de monos silvestres

Puerto Rico, 13.11.2011 18:21


Occupy Santa Cruz Remains Committed Despite Raids by County Sheriffs and City Injunction

Santa Cruz, CA, 13.11.2011 18:10

On Saturday, November 12th at 5 AM, 15 - 20 deputies with the Santa Cruz County Sheriff's Department swarmed the courthouse steps occupation location of Occupy Santa Cruz, blocking it off with police tape from the lower camp in San Lorenzo Park. The deputies reinforced the County's unofficial but repeated written notice that "lodging" was prohibited, and indicated any tents not removed voluntarily would be confiscated. A few tents were voluntarily moved, but a dozen tents and all personal property in them were taken by the sheriffs.

Some videos from Occupy Portland

Portland, 13.11.2011 15:42

Some videos have already gone up. Please watch and share.

Thousands of Portlanders Protect Occupy Portland

holding fast at Occupy Portland


Only 300 EDL turn out for uneventful demo

United Kingdom, 13.11.2011 13:19

Around 300 English Defence League members descended on Centenary Square in the city centre on Saturday 29th October. Although there were divisions from as far afield as Essex their numbers still fell well short of predictions - there were nowhere near the 1200 the EDL (claimed/forecast). There was a vast police presence throughout the city with officers stationed all the way up New Street and Paradise Forum as well as in Centenary Square. The police pre-emptively fenced off the Occupy Birmingham encampment in Victoria Square for the duration of the day.

The demo was largely peaceful in comparison with previous years however there were definite tensions between the police and the EDL, at one point there was a surge of chanting protesters which almost broke the police line and sent press and onlookers sprinting for safety. The protesters were throwing bottles and fireworks were set off. After this the police presence was greatly heightened and there were three lines of riot police and dogs separating the general public and the EDL after this extra deployment the demo was peaceful. A counter demo was held in Chamberlain Square called Unity and celebration of differences. The event was supported by many unions and was well attended. There was live music, DJ's and talkers promoting anti fascism.

On the newswire: Call Out: Oppose The EDL In Birmingham 29th Oct | Details of coach companies ferrying EDL racists to Birmingham | EDL Official Website Hacked By Anti Fascist Hackers - 09 Feb 2011 | Richard Price EDL Co-ordinator - Placed on the sex offenders register

Previous West Midlands EDL demos: Dudley EDL members sent to prison | SchNEWS Issue 687 - Fash Get The Brum Rush | No march for EDL in Wolverhampton | English Defence League animal abusers put pigs head on Mosque walls in Dudley

Prosecutions Against 2011 Census Refusers Begin

United Kingdom, 13.11.2011 09:32

Cases against people who refused to complete the 2011 census in England and Wales are starting to come before the courts. Judith Sambrook, who declined to fill in her form in protest at the government's contract with WMD manufacturer Lockheed Martin to process census data, had a preliminary hearing at Wrexham Magistrates Court on Remembrance Day 11/11/11 with her case now adjourned to 8 December. Over 20 supporters attended the court in solidarity with Judith to demonstrate against Lockheed Martin and the wars it fuels, holding a vigil at the war memorial afterwards.

Other known cases are in Liverpool on 5 December and Birmingham on 5 January. There are bound to be more in the coming weeks and months.

Recent articles on the newswires: Report from court 11/11/11 | Local group in solidarity with census refuser | Occupy London in solidarity | Flyer for download | Support Conscientious Census Objector | Solidarity from Canada | Demo and Vigil at Census Court Case

Previous articles on the newswires: Guantanamo/Abu Ghraib Interrogation Firms and the Census | Supplementary Census Questions | Don't Co-operate (Scotland) | Boycott Census (Ireland) | For the non-religious | Discussion on Census Data Security | Census e-action day | Count Me Out: info | Count Me Out: Disarm the Census | London Demo Report | Dodgy Census Stats | Why I will be breaking the law | Lockheed Martin and the Census | UK Census 2011 | CACI Torturers in Scots Census Rehearsal

Elsewhere: Count Me Out | No Census Taking Part | Ethical Census (Scotland) | SACC on the Scottish Census | Canadian Resistance to Lockheed Martin's involvement in Census | The Register: Lockheed Martin suffers network 'intrusion' | How to complete your census without Lockheed Martin profiting | Guardian: Boycott Census | No2ID on the Census | London Guantanamo Campaign on the Census | Red Pepper: Why to Refuse the Census | CorpWatch on Lockheed Martin Interrogators | Guardian on torture link | Book review: Prophets of War (on Lockheed Martin) Lockheed Martin announces census contract | CACI announces Scottish census contract

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