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Ashland Bike Swap

Rogue Valley, 03.05.2008 06:09

18th Annual
Ashland Community Bike Swap
Saturday May 10th
noon - 4pm
The Grove
1195 E Main Street
Ashland



May 1st: Worker's in NYC Protest (Photos)

NYC, 03.05.2008 01:39

Immigrants, union members and workers of all creeds celebrated May 1st with protests and marches throughout NYC. Demanding better rights, access to greater opportunities and safeguards for their neighborhoods demonstrators protested outside of the city hall, marched across the Brooklyn Bridge, and congregated at Union Square.



May Day Actions Nationwide

United States, 02.05.2008 23:07

MAY DAY 2008: Tens of thousands marched and held demonstrations across the US yesterday. Dockworkers on the west coast defied their union bosses and staged a one day strike effectively shutting down all port activity on the west coast. High schools in Los Angeles saw a number of student walkouts. There have been no reports of police violence on the scale such as that which occurred in Los Angeles last year. Most cities are reporting peaceful events, however there is one report from Olympia, WA of an incidence that resulted in arrests and injuries from police violence.

Dispatches from selected Cities:

Boston | | Chicago | | Houston | | Los Angeles | | Olympia, WA | | San Diego | | San Francisco | | Seattle | | Tucson | | Washington, DC



Emek Salonlarda ve Sokaklarda

Istanbul, 02.05.2008 22:39

Emeği Gören, Sokağa Çıkan, İsyanı Büyüten "Kameracılar" ve "Ezilenlerin Şenlikli Festivali"



MAY DAY ACTIONS: Ports Closed, Student Walkouts, Downtown Marches

LA, 02.05.2008 22:38

MAY DAY ACTIONS CITYWIDE: Port Shutdown, Student Walkouts, Downtown Marches



AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters

LA, 02.05.2008 22:38

AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters



AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters

LA, 02.05.2008 22:38

AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters



Make the Road, IWW Unite in Call for Immigrant and Workers’ Rights

NYC, 02.05.2008 22:08

Around 150 people marched across the Brooklyn Bridge with Make the Road New York and the Industrial Workers of the World NYC Branch for a May Day immigrant rights demonstration. Flanked by red and black Wobbly flags and signs that read “Opportunity for Immigrant Workers,” the demonstrators chanted slogans like “Si se puede,” and “El pueblo, unido, jamas tera vencido.”



Melissa Mark Viverito and Others Vote to Gentrify Harlem

NYC, 02.05.2008 22:08

To Our Fellow Members of the East Harlem Community,

On Wednesday, as predicted, the Council Member who is
supposed to represent our district, Melissa Mark
Viverito, voted in favor of the 125th Street rezoning
plan despite fierce community resistance from across
Harlem. Although we are not directly affected by this
proposal, as Movement for Justice in El Barrio,
community members of East Harlem, we are against the
plans that the Council Members and city government
have to displace communities throughout Harlem.
Movement for Justice in El Barrio was present to
witness Melissa Mark Viverito in action at the
Chambers of the City Council.




Primero de Mayo

santiago, 02.05.2008 21:09

Otro Primero de Mayo con Pena y sin Gloria y Poca Rabia



1° de Mayo

Colombia, 02.05.2008 21:08

Cientos de miles de colombianos marcharon contra el régimen uribista



Mayday 08 march for immigrants

Houston, 02.05.2008 19:10

5/1 Mayday Celebrated in Houston with march for Dignity of immigrants



5/9 Death House Door

Houston, 02.05.2008 19:10

May 9: At The Death House Door @ Rice Cinema



1er Encuentro Estudiantil Libertario

Argentina, 02.05.2008 19:09

"La educación como herramienta de transformación social"



1er Encuentro Estudiantil Libertario

Argentina, 02.05.2008 19:09

"La educación como herramienta de transformación social"



MAY 1st --Seattle Events

Seattle, 02.05.2008 18:38

ALL US PORTS ON THE WEST COAST WILL BE CLOSED MAY 1!!!!

Thursday, May 1, 2008 @ 12:00 noon
Jack Perry Memorial Park
1729 Alaskan Way South
Between Pier 30 & Pacific Maritime Institute
March along the waterfront to Pier 66 – rally at Pier 66
(2201 Alaskan Way South at Bell Street) at 1:30 pm

Thursday, May 1, 2008 @ 4PM
Meet at Judkins Park, 2150 South Norman Street (near St. Mary's
Church). March leaves at 4:30 pm and ends at Seattle Center's Mural
Amphitheater



West Coast Cargo Traffic Halted

Seattle, 02.05.2008 18:38

May Day -- West Coast cargo traffic has come to a halt as port workers stage daylong anti-war protests. 26,000 dockworkers did not show up to work Thursday morning, leaving ships and truck drivers idle at ports from Long Beach to Seattle.



Report Back From Olympia Mayday March

Seattle, 02.05.2008 18:38

May Day -- In Olympia there was a march that followed a rally in Sylvester Park. During the rally people spoke about the plight of immigrant workers and the raids by ICE carried out in our communities. The hip-hop group Sound Asylum performed a short set and then the crowd marched up Capitol Blvd towards the Washington State Capitol Building.

When the march reached the Capitol, people flooded inside. Some people threw up tags on the marble walls and others chanted in front of the Governor's office. Afterward, people listened to speakers on the Capitol steps. The outline of a large circle (A) was still visible on the Roman columns above the speakers.



1,000+ JOIN TUCSON MAYDAY MARCH

Arizona, 02.05.2008 18:38

Demonstrators Demand an End to Border Patrol Raids, Militarization, and Equal Rights for All



Nuevo Nodo se suma a La red Indymedia Argentina

Argentina, 02.05.2008 18:08

Nace Indymedia Alto Valle



Denying Palestinians Free Movement in the West Bank

Boston, 02.05.2008 17:09

This article summarizes an August 2007 B'Tselem report now available in print. It's one of a series of studies it conducts on life in Occupied Palestine to reveal what major media accounts suppress. This one is titled: "Ground to a Halt - Denial of Palestinians' Freedom of Movement in the West Bank." B'Tselem has a well-deserved reputation for accuracy and integrity. It's the Jerusalem-based independent Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). It was founded in 1989 by prominent academics, attorneys, journalists and Knesset members to "document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in (Occupied Palestine), combat (the Israeli public's) denial, and create a human rights culture in Israel" to convince government officials to respect human rights and obey international law.



Photos-May Day Rally/March In Boston

Boston, 02.05.2008 16:08

Photos of the Boston May Day rally and march.



May's Monkeywrench Cafe!

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

On May 3rd, we will be hosting our 6th Monkeywrench Cafe, an event of excellent, low-cost food and wonderful storytelling by Earth First!ers of all generations! Come out as we keep the tradition of oral history alive! All meals are vegan, delicious and low-cost, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. This month we have more old-school Earth First!ers coming into town to regale us with tales of adventure!

Saturday, May 3rd, 7-10pm.

Monkeywrench Cafe
5529 N. Vancouver Ave
(Vancouver & Killingsworth)
Portland, OR

Come out as we keep the tradition of oral history alive! All meals are vegan, delicious and low-cost, and no one will be turned away for lack of funds. This month we have more old-school Earth First!ers coming into town to regale us with tales of adventure!



i want to start a free childcare network!

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

let's make it happen! the idea is pretty simple: a network of babysitters banding together to offer free childcare to the community.

my basic vision involves a website and/or hotline that families browse/call, submit a request, and get free childcare. families can view profiles for each of the many many sitters, with info on their experience, certification, childcare style/philosophy, and other info. they choose the sitter they want, and email them directly. probably 72 hours in advance is cool.

the hotline thing is trickier, but not impossible. i have a few ideas, but we can talk about logistics later.

if anyone is interested in maybe helping get this started, in whatever capacity, email me! i'd like to form a formal collective ASAP, get the program going by autumn, and maybe even turn it into a formal 501(c)3 nonprofit if we feel like that's important.



Climate Convergence Open Meeting May 4th 2pm

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

Organizing for this years West coast Convergence for Climate Action has been coming together really well and we are looking for organizations and individuals who are interested in plugging in, however they see fit. We are hoping to broaden the perspectives that are represented both while organizing the event and within our list of workshops.

  • WHAT: Open Meeting for the 2008 West coast Convergence For Climate Action
  • WHERE: It's A Beautiful Pizza, 3342 SE Belmont
  • DATE: Sunday May 4th
  • TIME: 2 - 4 pm

climateconvergence.org



National Call In Days for Sea Lions!! (Friday &amp; Monday)

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

This week a sea lion was murdered at the hands of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife after trapping, stressing, branding, and anethesizing numbers of sea lions that are supposed to be protected, but instead are being sold to Sea World in Florida.

Please call the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), and Governor Kulongoski Friday and Monday. Let them know that you want the Sea Lion trapping to stop and you don't want them to kill anymore Sea Lions.

We are their voice!
Call many times!

 http://www.pdxanimaldefense.org



Houseless camp at City Hall- Update

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

ALL of the westside under-bridge areas now have "illegal camping" notices. People on the street are reporting that both the west and east sides are being swept, as well as downtown doorways in the middle of the night. I met three people last night who had lost their blankets and belongings to the popo in these sweeps. There are aslo scattered reports of camps and sleeping spots off in wooded areas, even out of town, being swept, so don't anyone plan on sleeping anytime soon.

The City Hall camp is 20-40 strong at any given time. All are welcome to come for a safe drug and alcohol free place to sleep for the night. So far the city governments response has been to try to hide the poor until after the tourist festival season is over.

The best way to get up to the minute info is to walk yourself down to the Camp and ask someone what's going on.

Portland Homeless Watch



Further harrasment of Marie Mason supporters

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

FBI escalates its intimidation tactics on Marie Mason supporters We would like to make Marie's friends and close supporters aware that recently individuals who have gone to visit Marie in Michigan have been pulled over for the most minor traffic violations by local law enforcement. A situation that should result in a warning or quick ticket turns into an interrogation of the identity, intent, and associations everyone in the vehicle. We believe this to be another form of harassment and attempt to isolate Marie likely being directed at Marie's friends and supporters from the FBI or some other related alphabet soup gang. If you are planing on visiting Marie it is best to give the vehicle you are traveling in a look over for any violation that could result in a ticket. You should also have the vehicles registration and insurance papers in order. The driver should have a valid drivers license on him or her. This wont stop them from pulling you over but will hopefully make the interaction go smoother.

Thanks to a recent supreme court ruling you are REQUIRED to identify yourself to law enforcement on request. Outside of this we would like to remind everyone that they are under no obligation whatsoever to speak with law enforcement under any circumstances without an attorney present. Additionally, if you do choose to speak to law enforcement, and are found later to have been untruthful in any way, this constitutes basis for criminal prosecution. Its perfectly legal for law enforcement to lie to you but it is a criminal act for you to lie to them.

The National Lawyers Guild has established a hotline, 888-NLG-ECOL, for individuals arrested, subpoenaed or questioned for offenses related to environmental or animal activism. We encourage people to call the NLG hot line if you are contacted by law enforcement and would like to consult with an attorney on these matters.

Its all about the Struggle,
freemarie (at) riseup.net
www.midwestgreenscare.org



Bank Of America, US Bank Attacked In Olympia May Day March

Portland, 02.05.2008 13:39

Today in Olympia there was a march that followed a rally in Sylvester Park. During the rally people spoke about the plight of immigrant workers and the raids by ICE carried out in our communities. The hip-hop group Sound Asylum performed a short set and then the crowd marched up Capitol Blvd towards the Capitol Building. When the march reached the Capitol, people flooded inside. Some people threw up tags on the marble walls and others chanted in front of the Governor's office. Afterward, people listened to speakers on the Capitol steps. The outline of a large circle (A) was still visible on the Roman columns above the speakers. The march then headed to City Hall where people listened to more speakers. When the march set off again, it headed down one-way 4th Avenue into the heart of Downtown Olympia. When the march passed the US Bank, multiple rocks were thrown and multiple windows were shattered. The march continued onward and soon passed a Bank of America. Multiple rocks were thrown, multiple windows were broken. And then the police attacked.
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Three people were singled out and arrested. As of now this author is only aware of these three. Undercover cops pulled out their pistols and pointed them at people. Many people were hit and shoved by the police. The crowd stayed around the police and their cars as more police arrived. One officer started firing into the crowd with pepper balls at point-blank range. When the police had taken away the hostages the crowd went to the jail.
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<A href=" Another">http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375246.shtml">Another Mayday Reportback - more arrests in Olympia</a>
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<a href=" Photogs">http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375231.shtml">Photogs from Portland's Mayday</a> | <a href=" 1st">http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375249.shtml">1st of may Hamburg, Germany: heaviest riots since 30 years</a> | <a href=" Photogs" href="http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375205.shtml">Mayday">http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375231.shtml">Photogs from Portland's Mayday</a> | <a href=" 1st">http://portland.indymedia.org/en/2008/05/375249.shtml">1st of may Hamburg, Germany: heaviest riots since 30 years</a> | <a href=" Mayday">link to portland.indymedia.org rally crushed in Istanbul</a>



Something smells different in Cuba

Portland, 02.05.2008 12:38

Something smells different in Cuba
author: Movimiento Libertario Cubano
 movimientolibertariocubano@gmail.com

With respect to the situation in Cuba these past few weeks, the Cuban Libertarian Movement - MLC (affinity group of Cuban anarchists in exile) speaks up to answer the unknowns and the challenges facing Cuban society. Ours is the voice of uncompromising commitment to freedom, equality and solidarity that has always been the sound of the Cuban anarchists. Something smells different in Cuba, yes; but not enough to harbor too many illusions about the strategy for change that seems to guide the steps of the fossilized "vanguard". In our view, the current flexibility is due to certain basic political and economic reasons.

The first thing we have to say is that self-management is not a cosmetic nor a band aid but rather an integral conception totally against private or state capitalism; an idea that rivals any other model of production, distribution and trade and which exists as a whole, without impediments or caveats, only as much as it can be generalized to all spheres of society. In short, self-management can not be understood as a test tube baby, as some practice worthy only of minimalist and isolated experimentation but as a model for relations between free, equal beings in solidarity, capable of deciding, individually and collectively, the affairs of their lives. Self-management is not a decoration but a principle, is not a model for the occasion but a liberating and revolutionary project by which people can re-invent Cuban society.

Cuban Libertarian Movement - May 2008
 movimientolibertariocubano@gmail.com



Breaking News... Another Vivisectors Quits His Job!

Portland, 02.05.2008 12:38

Leventhal's gruesome primate experiments have now been discontinued due to a combination of efforts - public outreach, demands for public debates, constant exposure in the media, embarrassment at his domestic violence hearings, revealing his slumlord operations, demonstrations on campus and at his home, and even two instances of nonviolent direct action.

Thanks to everyone who put so much effort into pressuring Leventhal - now fewer primates will suffer at the University of Utah laboratories. And a big thanks to all those that have recently put up with police harassment and arrests to take this message to the neighborhoods of vivisectors. This type of personal embarrassment has an effect on their morale and willingness to engage in cruelty. We will win.

www.utahprimatefreedom.com



May Day 2008 di Jakarta

Jakarta, 02.05.2008 11:38

187 aktivis ditangkap polisi Sekitar 20 ribu buruh melakukan aksi longmarch menuju Istana Negara pada peringatan May Day 2008 di Jakarta. Mereka berkumpul sejak pukul 10 pagi di Bundaran Hotel Indonesia. ...



Sem teto ocupam antigo terreno da Universidade Federal do Ceará

Brasil, 02.05.2008 09:39

Fortaleza



Standpunt tegen dreiging

Antwerpen, 02.05.2008 09:39

Indymedia Antwerpen wordt niet getemt al dreigen ...



Workers/Immigrants March Rally in LA on May 1

LA, 02.05.2008 07:09

Workers/Immigrants March Rally in LA on May 1



NEW YORK CITY CANCELS DEMONSTRATION ON THE HEELS OF DC CONVOY

DC, 02.05.2008 04:41

On April 28th Truckers and Citizens United, a grass-roots movement to protest the unnecessarily rising cost of fuel, organized a protest convoy past the Whitehouse and to RFK Stadium, where they staged a march on Washington. The group specifically asked congress to address 1) the removal of oil from the commodities markets, 2) bills before congress which address problems with fuel surcharges and greedy shipping brokers, and 3) to address needless additions to the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, beyond congressional mandate. Streaming video of the DC protest by Telesur's Nitza Perez



al-Ras al-Ahmar village destroyed during the Nakba (Palestinian catastrophe)

DC, 02.05.2008 04:41

al-Ras al-Ahmar village was destroyed during the Nakba (Palestinian catastrophe) in 1948, this is a story of the village telling by 5 refugees that were expelled to Lebanon



May 2008: It's Anarchy! - autonomous activism in Aotearoa

Aotearoa, 02.05.2008 04:41

40 years after the global 1968 uprising, the spirit of rebellion and resistance is alive and well in Aotearoa . But with global food scarcity causing riots, the beginnings of climate change, mass ecological destruction, capitalist wars and boundless human and animal exploitation, this is no time to sit around. Get out there and build autonomous communities and take action in solidarity with the earth and all its people oppressed by capitalism, imperialism and bureaucracy.

Tamaki Makaurau/Auckland:

Poneke/Wellington: Otautahi/Christchurch: And at the end of May, get out on the streets and join your local Critical Mass in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch .



AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters

LA, 02.05.2008 04:41

AmazonWatch Clean Up Crew Hits Occidental Petroleum Headquarters



Bill in Assembly Committee Would End California Law Enforcement Help in DEA Raids

San Francisco Bay Area, 02.05.2008 04:40

On April 29th, California's Assembly Committee on Public Safety passed A.B. 2743. The bill, authored by Assembly Member Lori Saldaña (D-San Diego) and spearheaded by the Marijuana Policy Project, or MPP, would direct state and local law enforcement officers to not assist in federal raids on medical marijuana patients and providers. The bill will now continue on to the appropriations committee.



ILWU to Shut Down West Coast Ports May 1 Demanding End to War in Iraq, Afghanistan

United States, 01.05.2008 20:38

From LA Indymedia: In a major step for the U.S. labor movement, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) has announced that it will shut down West Coast ports on May 1, to demand an immediate end to the war and occupation in Iraq and Afghanistan and the withdrawal of U.S. troops from the Middle East. In a February 22 letter to AFL-CIO president John Sweeney, ILWU International president Robert McEllrath reported that at a recent coast-wide union meeting, “One of the resolutions adopted by caucus delegates called on longshore workers to stop work during the day shift on May 1, 2008 to express their opposition to the war in Iraq.”Read Full Report by Internationalist Group | Indybay Feature | Action Website | More Info: KPFK's Beneath the Surface (4/28/08 at 5:45 pm) and Sojourner Truth with Margaret Prescod(4/29/08) | Support from Vermont AFL-CIO

Update 9am PST:Longshoremen Proceed with May Day Walk Out

More May Day Actions: Boston, MA: Rally and March for Immigrant Rights and International Workers Day Houston, TX: March Downtown for Immigrants - Anarchist Picnic in Montrose | Portland, OR: All Out on May Day! San Francisco, CA: Direct Action to Stop the War Plans Protests for Military Recruitment and ICE Offices



Ripensare Indymedia

Italy, 01.05.2008 19:40

Indymedia-Italia chiude (e indySard pure)



Walls and Waiver hearing in Brownsville

Houston, 01.05.2008 16:09

Walls and Waiver Congressional hearing in Brownsville highlights opposition Border Wall



II REVIRADA Cultural da USP

Brasil, 01.05.2008 15:38

MOVIMENTO ESTUDANTIL



Jornadas Estudiantiles

Puerto Rico, 01.05.2008 11:09

Mensaje Final Jornadas Estudiantiles Escuela Derecho UPR



GeldiTour: + debate - imposici�n

Euskal Herria, 01.05.2008 11:08

La coordinadora de oposici�n al TAV AHT Gelditu! Elkarlana ha organizado el GELDITOUR, una caravana informativa que recorrer� Euskal Herria entre el 4 y el 31 de mayo. GELDITOUR partir� de Cortes (Nafarroa) el 4 de mayo y finalizar� el 31 de mayo en Donostia con un D�a contra el TAV y una gran manifestaci�n. Un cami�n expresamente preparado para ello llegar� todos los pueblos y comarcas afectados directamente por el TAV,donde se realizaran gran variedad de actividades.

La iniciativa pretende extender la informaci�n sobre los impactos ambientales, territoriales, econ�micos y sociales del proyecto del Tren de Alta Velocidad y exigir la paralizaci�n de las obras y la realizaci�n de un amplio debate social sobre esta infraestructura.

Los objetivos de la iniciativa GELDITOUR son los siguientes:

  • Difundir a los cuatro vientos informaci�n sobre las afecciones que causar�a el TAV. GELDITOUR va a ser una iniciativa informativa de gigantesco tama�o.
  • Dar a conocer la oposici�n al TAV. GELDITOUR va a ser una gigantesca iniciativa de oposici�n al TAV, para sacar a la calle la reivindicaci�n y darla a conocer.
  • Unir diferentes sectores y agentes sociales a la lucha contra el TAV. GELDITOUR va a ser un instrumento para pueblo a pueblo y comarca a comarca unir fuerzas contrarias a la imposici�n del TAV y favorables al debate amplio y popular. Posibilitar� que colectivos e individualidades puedan hacer aportaciones a la din�mica contra el TAV.

Materiales: V�deo corto / Canci�n compuesta por Ferm�n Muguruza / Octavilla / Carteles / Paneles / Calendario de actividades pueblo a pueblo

M�s informaci�n: AHT GELDITU! Elkarlana | Asamblea contra el TAV | Goierriko AHT Gelditu! Elkarlana | Txingudiko AHT Gelditu! Elkarlana | Sakanako AHT Gelditu! Elkarlana | Durangoko AHT Gelditu! Elkarlana | AHT EZ! Erresistentzi gunea | AHT ez ordaindu!



DASW Calls for End to the Targeting of Immigrants and Latinos to Enlist

San Francisco Bay Area, 01.05.2008 09:39

Direct Action to Stop the War brings its anti-war focus to May Day actions in San Francisco and Oakland on Thursday, May 1st. Starting at 5:45 a.m. at West Oakland BART, DASW will lead a community picket to shut down the Union Pacific rail lines at the Port of Oakland. From 12:30-2:30pm, DASW will march from Justin Herman Plaza to protests at the Armed Forces Recruiting Center (670 Davis St. at Broadway) and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (630 Sansome St. at Washington St.). DASW will also have a contingent at labor and immigrant rights demonstrations on May Day.



Day 2: Roma Rd Foodstuffs Strike

Aotearoa, 01.05.2008 06:39

The Roma Rd Foodstuffs workers are today entering the third day of their strike. Picketters held a blockade yesterday stopping trucks from entering the distribution centre before the police came and threatened mass arrests.

"Foodstuffs - New Zealand’s 2nd biggest company behind Fonterra - made $7.2 billion revenue off the back of its low paid workers who, like other Kiwis, find it difficult to buy food for their kids," Distribution sector secretary Karl Andersen said.

More: More Photos | National Distribution Union



Tūhoe freedom fighter in Porirua District Court

Aotearoa, 01.05.2008 06:39

A Tūhoe activist appeared in the Porirua District Court on charges relating the Tūhoe Hikoi to Wellington in November last year. He faces 3 charges of dangerous driving and one charge for failing to stop after seeing a red and blue light (ie. a police car). The maximum penalty carries several years in prison. This was his first court appearance today and he was accompanied by a large group of supporters. After a karakia by one of his supporters, he was remanded until 30th May and his only bail condition includes a residential bail address.

Two plain clothe police officers were mingling around and sitting in the court room. One of them assisted the arrests on 15th October 2007 in Wellington. The surveillance of course continues.

Links: Te Mana Motuhake ō Tūhoe | www.October 15thSolidarity.info



Workers Solidarity

Perth, 01.05.2008 03:14

MayDay08 - The disaster of corporate capitalism




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