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EZLN: Kırmızı alarm

Istanbul, 24.06.2005 04:25

EZLN kırmızı alarm ilan etti



In Philadelphia, Biotech Devils Gone Home, Protesters Still in Jail

Boston, 24.06.2005 02:01

As the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) held their June 19-22 international corporate convention in downtown Philadelphia, people from across the country are converged to bring attention to BIO's closed-door agenda of medicine for profit, genetically engineered agriculture and bioweapons proliferation. Philly Indymedia reported that as many as 13 people got arrested, including one minor. Seven of them are still jail with outrageous jail bails ranging from 9,000 to 100,000 dollars. #media_7150;left#



WILL LIBERALS KILL AMERICANS FOR POWER?

Portland, 24.06.2005 01:31

A shot was fired..
Oregon Governor, Kulongoski recently called for a debate on the draft. While claiming not to advocate for a draft, Kulongoski peacefully banters along side people that do support a draft, as an apparent way to end the back door draft on the state's national guard troops. He claims to be against the war, yet asks the state for a hundred thousand dollars to build a monument in support of soldiers died, in a war not ended.
He clearly re-iterates his frustration with the federal governments efforts to nationalize the state's guard, and asks for a debate on the draft. While meekly asserting that he doesn't support the draft.
One can only wonder..

What stinks in salem?



Day Four: Enrollees Holding Fast, Considering Long Term Occupation

Tennessee, 24.06.2005 00:02

Tenncare Enrollees Say They Aren't Going Anywhere Governor About to Address National Press Club on Health Care, Calls Occupation a "Circus" Eight people are going to be staying the night at the State Capital on day four of the occupation of Tennessee Governor Phil Brdesen's Office, demanding an immediate halt to the termination of health insurance letters being sent out to 323,000 poor and uninsuralbe Tennesseans. Karl Meyer, a Civil Rights veteran who has been an organizer of this demonstration doesn't think the Governor is going to arrest people in wheelchairs, although he would favor stepped up action, "It is a lot less rigorous here than in a holding cell in the 'justice center' ie the Davidson County Jail. I don't think anyone is going to get arrested if they stay the course. The Governor has said it is public property and you are welcome here. I think they realize they have more resources and energy than we have. They have staff people and salaried people who do whatever they are told. As I understand people are going to spend the weekend here. There was some talk of stepping things up but that didn't seem to be what people wanted to do." Meyer thinks the press has lacked critical examination of the issues during this occupation, "The press has been focused on things like people are sleeping overnight and they are avoiding the fundamental issues, so the general public remains ignorant of the underlying issues, so all the public knows is 'the Governor is saying he is doing all he can' and there is a group saying 'the Governor isn't doing all he can.' So it is a case of 'he says, she says' with no attempt by the press to find out the truth of the matter. That is predictable to me because the total ownership of the main means of communication is by capitalist entrepeneur types who are in bed with the likes of Governor Phil Bredesen."



Police review advocates meet with Urbana Mayor

Urbana-Champaign, 24.06.2005 00:01

Advocates of a citizen police review board in Urbana met with newly elected Mayor Laurel Prussing June 22. Next they plan to meet with City Council members and police representatives before beginning the legislative process. Now is the time to get involved!



Bail for Protesters set at $50,000

Philadelphia, 24.06.2005 00:01

Three of the protesters arrested outside the convention center during on Tuesday, Caroline Colesworthy, 25, of Newport Beach, Calif.; Brenton Hall, 21, of Bangor, Maine; Mark Garcia, 19, of San Antonio, Texas had their bail raised from $2,000 to $50,000 after an appeal from DA Lynne Abraham.

Local activist Charles Sherrouse was arraigned released this evening from the Roundhouse. The usual charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest are expected.

Local oganizers have put out a call to raise money for bail bonds for each still in jail.

Further reporting [Current Legal Situation in Philly]



Bail for Protesters set at $50,000

Philadelphia, 23.06.2005 23:31

Three of the protesters arrested outside the convention center during on Tuesday, Caroline Colesworthy, 25, of Newport Beach, Calif.; Brenton
Hall, 21, of Bangor, Maine; Mark Garcia, 19, of San Antonio, Texas had their bail raised from $2,000 to $50,000 after an appeal from DA Lynne Abraham.

Local activist Charles Sherrouse was arraigned released this evening from the Roundhouse. The usual charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest are expected.

Local oganizers have put out a call to raise money for bail bonds for each still in jail.



Ricaurte

Colombia, 23.06.2005 23:01

Detenciones ilegales, desparición, deplazamiento y muerte en el territorio Awa



Hydroelectric plant proposed on the South Fork of the Pit River

Santa Cruz, CA, 23.06.2005 22:21

Local land developer, Barry Swenson, is a controlling stakeholder in the organization that regularly drains this Modoc County river which is habitat to endangered and threatened species.

Modoc County, CA - Under Federal Energy Regulation Commission Application P-12053, Nicholas Josten of Idaho filed an application to construct a hydroelectric plant upon the South Fork of the Pit River, located in rural Modoc County. This project proposes to generate electrical power for a maximum of 2,200 households.

As partners, the South Fork Irrigation District of Likely, California and Barry Swenson of Alturas Ranches who is financing the studies and arranging for the financing of the million plus dollar project, propose to divert 100 cubic feet from a river that hardly runs 45 cubic per second during average years along a three mile stretch of scenic roadway that runs alongside Jess Valley Road. The river is home to the endangered red band trout and the project site is proposed to sit on a 31 acre piece of BLM property, situated between two private residences and in the midst of a small residential area.

Swenson, a multimillionaire Silicon Valley Builder and Land Developer, dba Green Valley Corporation, and a sixty percent stakeholder in the South Fork Irrigation District, owns much property in Santa Clara, Monterey, Marin, Alameda, Fresno, Contra Costa, San Joaquin, Yuba, Sutter, Sonoma and Modoc Counties and builds major hotels and commercial buildings. He started acquiring property in Modoc County in 1997. Read More

Two fiery and heated scoping sessions were held Wednesday, June 15th in Likely, California, with FERC officials and representatives of the National Forest Service and BLM on a proposed small hydropower project on the South Fork of the Pit River in Modoc County. Swenson's representative threatened landowners and opponents, "You people will find yourselves living in a community that hates you if you continue this!" (meaning opposing the project)

[ What's the Price of This River? || Endangered River || Stop the West Valley Power Project || Photos: South Fork Pit River ]



Congress Debates Funding for Corporation for Public Broadcasting

DC, 23.06.2005 22:02

The day after US Marshalls raided an unlicensed community radio station in Vermont, Radio Free Brattleboro, the House of Representatives debated funding for public broadcasting. The debate became heated as the House tried to decide on the appropriations bill and amendments to it which would affect money going to the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Darby Hickey has more from Washington DC.



Escrache en Sgo

Argentina, 23.06.2005 22:01

Jueves 23 de junio de 2005 | SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO
Escrache al martillero Héctor Córica



Still Fanning the Flames of Discontent: The IWW Celebrates 100 Years.

Chicago, 23.06.2005 20:37

On June 27, 1905, 186 labor visionaries, including Lucy Parsons, Eugene V. Debs, Mary "Mother" Jones, William Trautmann, Vincent Saint John, and Ralph Chaplin gathered at Brand's Hall in Chicago on to hear Western Federation of Miners organizer William D. "Big Bill" Haywood open the founding convention of the Industrial Workers of the World with the following words: "Fellow workers...this is the Continental Congress of the working class. We are here to confederate the workers of this country into a working class movement that shall have for its purpose the emancipation of the working class form the slave bondage of capitalism". Some speech. Some union. The American labor movement would never be the same.

Nicknamed the Wobblies, the IWW sought to recruit unskilled and exploited immigrants, people of color, women and migrant farm workers who were excluded from craft unions of skilled workers organized by the conservative AFL. Seeking to build the "One Big Union" across industrial lines, the IWW enthusiastically embraced the principle of working class solidarity by adopting the motto "An injury to One is an Injury to All", and the revolutionary tactics of direct action - which included sit down strikes, chain picketing, flying pickets, car caravans, and other organizing inovations. IWW organizing stretched from coast to coast - in factories, mills, mines, logging camps, agricultural fields, and shipping docks across the continent. Faced with brutal attacks from both employers and the State, including the the murder of Wobbly activists [ 1 | 2 | 3 ] and the arrest and imprisonment of 165 IWW organizers during World War I, the IWW led "free speech" fights to defend the right of workers everywhere to organize, speak out and dissent. In the decades that followed, the Wobblies continued to organize among marginalized workers - frequently ignored by mainstream business unions - and their vision of a militant, radical and democratic labor movement continues to inspire new organizing efforts to this day. An IWW Chronology

Now, one hundred years later, the IWW is gathering once again in Chicago to celebrate a rich legacy of struggle for the rights of working people. Read More



Martinez No-Billed

Houston, 23.06.2005 20:24

David Martinez, Indymedia Activist: Charges Dropped



POR EL AGUA

Uruguay, 23.06.2005 20:01

Marcha hacia la capital por la reforma del agua



Voices of the Sex Worker Rights Movement

DC, 23.06.2005 19:02

This is a 28:30 minute piece about the global struggle by sex workers for recognition of their labor and human rights. There is a break at 15 minutes for station ID, just a music bed, and there's lots of music in the piece. It was produced by Darby Hickey & Selina Musuta of the DC Radio Coop, please re-use only for non-profit purposes and give credit where it's due. The anchor lede should be read before starting the peice, which has a bit of music at the start, so you could fade it up under the anchor. LEDE: Workers in sex industries around the world are advocating and organizing for their rights. The DC Radio Coop brings some of the voices of the global sex worker rights movement in this piece produced by Darby Hickey and Selina Musuta.



Proposal For Detention Commission at Guantanamo Bay

DC, 23.06.2005 19:02

Top Republican lawmaker wants to assert Congress's jurisdiction on detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay.



Rally, Press Conference and Community Forum on Grand Juries

San Diego, 23.06.2005 19:02

Defend Dissent in San Diego!

Press Conference and Rally, Tuesday June 28th, 12 Noon at the Federal Building

Community Forum on Grand Juries as a tool of Repression
Monday, June 27th, 7pm, The First Church of the Bretheren
3850 Westgate Place
San Diego, CA 92105
(619) 263-9301



Dust off the Nuremburg Files

DC, 23.06.2005 18:21

Some hangings are in order around here.



Rally to Stop Possible Public Broadcasting Cuts

DC, 23.06.2005 18:21

Last week a congressional subcommittee voted to cut hundreds of millions of dollars from public broadcasting. These cuts would ellimanate funding for digital conversion, interconnection, Ready To Learn programs, and rescind the Corporation of Public Broadcasting or CPB appropriation by 25%. However, there is a variety of groups who have come to the capitol to say no such cuts including national public radio and child programming advocates. Selina Musuta of the dc radio coop reports from the capital where there was a rally held to stop those cuts from happening. Audio



Philly erupts!

DC, 23.06.2005 18:21

The shit really hit the fan in Philly today! Skateboarders, sick of harassment, rose up in force and joined our protest. Not long later, one of the cops pulling on a protestor while other protestors tried to unarrest, suddenly dropped dead of a heart attack! Philly IMC Audio | Philly IMC



Ballpark Workers Protest Angelos

DC, 23.06.2005 18:21

Over 100 Camden Yards Clean-Up Workers and Their Supporters Demanded that Angelos Keep His Word & Stop Paying the Workers “Peanuts for Poverty Wages”. On June 17, 2005 the United Workers Association held a protest against Orioles owner Peter Angelos at Camden Yards. More than 100 United Workers Association members and their supporters threw “peanuts for poverty wages” at a model of Angelos and passed out peanuts to fans arriving for Friday’s game. “Peter Angelos is a lying cheat, full of broken promises. He’s a cheating billionaire who says one thing and does another when it comes to ending poverty wages at the ballpark,” said James Riddick, a member of the United Workers Association.



Montgomery Promises Change to &quot;Opt Out&quot; Form

DC, 23.06.2005 18:21

Problems Persist The Montgomery County Public School System has been using an “Opt Out” form that forces parents to “opt out” of the entire student directory in order to keep their children’s names away from military recruiters. The county promises to revise the form by the fall of 2005.



ZAPATISTA RED ALERT

United Kingdom, 23.06.2005 18:20

Since Sunday the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) has been on general red alert with EZLN troops called into the mountains of Chiapas, and Zapatista communities advised by their governing councils to flee.

A communiqué from the Clandestine Revolutionary Indigenous Committee– General Command (CCRI-CG) of the EZLN declared a general red alert throughout all Zapatista territory. Members of the autonomous authorities are being evacuated from the various autonomous municipalities and internationals are being urged to leave.

On Monday another communiqué explained the red alert as a precautionary defensive measure in response to the Mexican governments continued attacks and betrayal, stating that the EZLN is ‘returning the word it gave on the first of January of 1994’.

On Tuesday the next communiqué reassured that the Zapatistas have re-organised so as to survive an attack on their leadership by government forces or paramilitaries: ‘the CCRI-CG of the EZLN is letting it be known that conditions are in place to continue leading the Zapatista struggle even if it were to lose – be it through jail, through death or through forced disappearance’.



Uribismo

Colombia, 23.06.2005 17:31

Presidencialismo y Bipartidismo



Mais um espancamento, desta vez em Caxias-Reduto Norte

Portugal, 23.06.2005 17:20

Mais um espancamento, desta vez em Caxias-Reduto Norte



DEA Raids Several SF Medical Marijuana Dispensary Coops

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 17:20

June 22nd, 2004: Federal agents raided 3 or possibly 4 medical marijuana dispensaries in San Francisco today. Photos Corporate media has reported that the dispensaries were targetted because they were fronts for money laundering. Both IRS and DEA agents were present at the raids. Apparently federal agents, joined by the SFPD, also raided 20 homes and businesses as part of the operation. Some reports say that Oakland police assisted with one raid. It is unclear how many people were arrested, but apparently Dr. Molly Fry, who recommends cannabis to qualified patients, and her husband Dale Schafer, were taken into custody and arraigned in Sacramento. Apparently the U.S. Attorney’s office, the DEA, and the IRS will hold a joint press conference Thursday June 23rd at 11:30 at the San Francisco federal building. Read more

Americans for Safe Access has called for a rally at noon at City Hall on Thursday, June 23rd to protest the raids. ASA plans to push the city to uphold the Sanctuary Resolution that San Francisco Supervisors passed in December 2001. The resolution declared the city a safe haven for medical marijuana patients and caregivers. More rally details

Independent reporter Ann Harrison wrote that the city had suspended planning and building permits for the Green Cross medical cannabis dispensary at 3420 22nd Street. She wrote that the dispensary had refused to shut down and planned to file an appeal with the city.
More Drug War News



I Do Say NO to War - GLBT Pride 2005

Minneapolis/St. Paul, 23.06.2005 17:02

The Anti War Committee needs your help June 25th & 26th at the GLBT Pride Festival in Loring Park.



Fortaleza

Brasil, 23.06.2005 13:31

Greve geral na Universidade Estadual do Ceará



En Chiapas

santiago, 23.06.2005 13:05

ZAPATISTAS EN ALERTA ROJA GENERAL



Workers Rights Trampled by Federal Government Reforms

Perth, 23.06.2005 13:05

Your Rights At Work Worth Fighting For - WA STATEWIDE RALLY June 30



Anti-NATO Demonstrations

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

İstanbul: Anti-NATO Demonstrations



Mülteci kampları

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

İstanbul’da yüzlerce Çeçen aile altı yıldır mülteci kamplarında yaşıyor



Irak Dünya Mahkemesi: Arundhati Roy

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

Irak Dünya Mahkemesi’nin son oturumu İstanbul’da başlıyor



İstanbul: İki MKP gerillası daha toprağa verildi

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

İstanbul: İki MKP gerillası daha toprağa verildi



Kanada: Hiçkimse Yasadışı Değildir

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

Montreal-Ottawa: Hiçkimse Yasadışı Değildir yürüyüşü



Sheffield: G8 protestoları

Istanbul, 23.06.2005 13:04

Sheffield'da G8 protestoları



Por Justicia

Colombia, 23.06.2005 13:02

II ENCUENTRO NACIONAL DE VICTIMAS



ataque BdP

Argentina, 23.06.2005 13:02



Glasgow Convergence Space Opens

United Kingdom, 23.06.2005 13:01

The Convergence Centre in Glasgow has opened from Tuesday, 21st of June onwards, to facilitate meeting space, accomodation and projects in Dissent! to the forthcoming G8 summit.
It is situated in 30 Dora Street, Dalmarnock, Glasgow, Scotland. The telephone number for this place is (0044)/ (0)141-551-0401 .



Minas de Arditurri, una Zona Temporalmente Autónoma

Euskal Herria, 23.06.2005 13:01



DEA Raids Several SF Medical Marijuana Dispensary Coops

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 13:01

June 22nd, 2004: Federal agents raided 3 or possibly 4 medical marijuana dispensaries in San Francisco today. Photos Corporate media has reported that the dispensaries were targetted because they were fronts for money laundering. Both IRS and DEA agents were present at the raids. Apparently federal agents, joined by the SFPD, also raided 20 homes and businesses as part of the operation. Some reports say that Oakland police assisted with one raid. It is unclear how many people were arrested, but apparently Dr. Molly Fry, who recommends cannabis to qualified patients, and her husband Dale Schafer, were taken into custody and arraigned in Sacramento. Apparently the U.S. Attorney’s office, the DEA, and the IRS will hold a joint press conference tomorrow morning at 11:30 at the San Francisco federal building. Read more

Americans for Safe Access has called for a rally at noon at City Hall on Thursday, June 23rd to protest the raids. ASA plans to push the city to uphold the Sanctuary Resolution that San Francisco Supervisors passed in December 2001. The resolution declared the city a safe haven for medical marijuana patients and caregivers. More rally details

This morning, independent reporter Ann Harrison wrote that the city had suspended planning and building permits for the Green Cross medical cannabis dispensary at 3420 22nd Street. She wrote that the dispensary had refused to shut down and planned to file an appeal with the city.



March Against War &amp; Empire - June 25 - Palo Alto

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 13:01

On Saturday June 25, there will be an Anarchist organized anti-war march in Palo Alto. The march starts at Lytton Plaza in downtown Palo Alto (University Ave. at Emerson 2 Blocks from Palo Alto Caltrain).
Organizers say, "We will march against imperialist war, invasion, and occupation; against Bush and his corporate interests; against empire and against the systemic war machine. This is the new face of the anti-war movement. After a strong peak at the beginning of the invasion of Iraq and a two year ebb, the movement is again building momentum. But the movement is also growing louder, angrier, and more radical. As the occupation drags on with more and more casualties each day, popular outrage is growing, and with it popular support for the movement through which it is expressed." Read More
Event Announcements: 1 | 2 | Anarchists talk about demonstration | More Anti-war Protest Coverage



SF Pride Week is Here

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 13:01

San Francisco Pride is the weekend of June 24th-26th. There will be a whole week of events for Transgender Pride this year from June 20th-26th. Some highlights include a Trans March on Friday night June 24th starting at 7pm in Dolores Park (following a Trans March Kickoff Party), and the first-ever Transgender Pavillion and Pride Stage at the Pride Celebration. The Dyke March takes place on Saturday, June 25th. The rally and performances begin at Dolores Park (18th Street and Dolores) at 3:00 pm, and the march leaves at 7:00 pm. The annual SF Pride Celebration will take place on Saturday and Sunday at Civic Center, and there will be a Pride Parade on Sunday. Contingents: LGBT Families | Labor | Polyamory
Info about"Accessibility Seating" tickets for the Grandstand Seating area along the Parade Route
More LGBT Related News



September 24th Anti-War Protest

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 13:01

On September 24th 2005, there will be a mass anti-war protest in San Francisco. The protest will gather at 11am in Dolores Park (19th and Dolores). More details about the march route and speakers will be made available over the next few months. Flyer For Protest

Thousands will march on Saturday, September 24 in Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles. The A.N.S.W.E.R. Coalition urges the antiwar movement to come together for a united demonstration. Organizers say: "The people of Iraq are insisting that the United States leave their country immediately. As in Vietnam, the people of the United States must demand the immediate end to this war of conquest. As we fight to end the war in Iraq, we recognize that it is not enough to focus on a single front in this War for Empire. We must unite on a principled basis that recognizes the reality of our epoch. How can this war drive come to an end? People in Iraq, in Palestine, in Haiti, in Venezuela, in Cuba are resisting but the people of the United States must become their allies. Their resistance is part of the universal aspiration to live free from foreign domination or threats of a military or economic character." More Details



Zapatistas on &quot;Red Alert&quot; in Chiapas

San Francisco Bay Area, 23.06.2005 06:30

Perhaps in response to the mobilization of 70,000 Mexican army troops in Chiapas, the EZLN has gone on "red alert" and Zapatista governments are now operating clandestinely. The Mexican Secretary of Defense recently attempted to claim that Zapatistas were involved in narco cultivation and trafficking, but it has since come to light that the towns where marijuana plants were allegedly found are not under rebel control; on the other hand previous Mexican administrations have been caught 12 times attempting to plant contraband drugs in Zapatista territory. A June 20th Zapatista communique stated that the centers of Good Government throughout Chiapas had been closed because all Zapatistas have been called to a consultation about what steps to take. Alerta Roja en español | War may resume | Red Alert communique and interview from La Jornada | Report by Narconews | Indymedia Chiapas



U-2 spyplane crashes upon return from Iranian mission

Portland, 23.06.2005 05:21

On May 1st, 1960, a U2 spy plane piloted by Francis Gary Powers, an employee of the Central Intelligence Agency, was shot down over the Soviet Union. On the afternoon of May 1st, when Eisenhower was informed that contact had been lost with the U2, and that the plane was probably lost, a cover story was devised to be disseminated to the American people through the media, which stated that the lost plane was a joint NASA-U.S Air Force weather service mission which had gone down in a lake somewhere in Turkey...

This story is relevant today, for it is just one of so many examples that illustrate the point that truth is the first casualty of war fare, and that therefore you can never believe anything that you hear from the government, since they will lie, dissimulate, and cococt tall tales which will then be obediently repeated by the press, and perhaps uncritically accepted by the patriots. .

Today the American military and intelligence complex released another one of their covers stories, after another u2 spy plane went down, this time, so they say, in the United Arab Emirates. the plane, they say, was on routine mission over Afghanistan before the accidental crash took place. The story was obediently reported on the CNN site, as 'U-2 crashes upon return from Afghanistan mission'. The corrected title for this cover story released as a news story should more than likely read, 'U-2 crashes upon return from Iranian mission'.

read more >>

[ other posts from Brent Herbert ]



US Forest Service to Sell Off Public Lands for Private Development

Portland, 23.06.2005 05:21

The USFS is poised to sell off not only public buildings supposedly of no use to the public anymore, but also to include surrounding lands in order to create incentives for developers to purchase them and then do whatever they want on those lands! This could mean housing developments or whatever right in the middle of a national forest or wilderness!! Incredible, you say? Anything can happen with Bush in power. read more >>Ticketmaster (ReserveAmerica) Becomes Gatekeeper to All National Recreation SitesMaking InterActiveCorp / Ticketmaster the gatekeep to America's public lands is a dreadful mistake which will come to have profound impacts upon how Americans interact with their public lands. I say with much sadness, this is a black day for those who value nature Wild and Free. read more >>



Community prepares for Awakening Native States festival

Portland, 23.06.2005 05:21

Regular guests to the CenterRing space, located at 5339 S.E. Foster, in Portland, Oregon, got to see event organizers, artists, & activists preparing for this weekend's line up of workshops, music, healing, and play.
Event organizers explained that the event is "A Neocultural foray into the past, present and future of plants, people and the planet. From language to logos, science to mysticism, from remembering ancestral roots to envisioning future blooms."
As I walked into the big main space, I noticed masketeers (artists) were wheat paste-ing a big mask together, from just paper, wheat paste, and chicken wire.
Organizers were on phones checking last minute details, going over checklists, reverse timelines, and phone trees. Activists were planning their next move.



Gresham WalMart Update: Public Comment Period Begins

Portland, 23.06.2005 05:21

Wal-Mart's Type II Development Application has been deemed "complete" and residents now have only 14 days (June 20 - July 4) to submit comments to the City Planner. ANY PERSON opposed to this development may communicate in writing via electronic or regular mail during this review period. Comments should address relevant concerns and also your intent to appeal if the application is approved.



Two Portland Activists Facing Legal Persecution &amp; Defamation

Portland, 23.06.2005 05:21

Myself and my comrade were arrested on April 22nd, at around 1 in the morning, on charges that we had been wheat-pasting mayday fliers around town and writing capitalism on stop signs. These seem like marginal charges in the scheme of things, but they're trying to make an example out of us to all political activists.




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