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  • benjamin ramos
    The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign urges all people to take some time out to read, participate in, and to forward out this email to your friends and family. FREE
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 9, 2001
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      The ProLibertad Freedom Campaign urges all people to take some time out to
      read, participate in, and to forward out this email to your friends and
      family.

      FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!!
      ProLibertad Freedom Campaign
      ProLibertad@...
      www.ProLibertad.org
      Bronx 718-601-4751
      Manhattan 212-927-9065
      New Jersey 201-435-3244
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      LEONARD PELTIER DEFENSE COMMITTEE TO RELEASE NEW CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCEMENT ON
      "COLUMBUS DAY" OCT. 12

      Dear Friends,

      Despite these difficult and uncertain times, we plan to move forward with
      the new campaign to free Leonard Peltier.� We have identified some new
      avenues by which to seek justice and your continued support will be
      important.� We will release the new campaign announcement on "Columbus Day"
      October 12, and we hope you will enter with us into the next phase of the
      struggle.� We cannot leave Leonard behind.� Thank you for your strength and
      understanding.

      In Solidarity,
      LPDC

      P.S.� Several people have continued to report that their messages to us are
      being bounced back.� As of yesterday, the problem was supposed to have been
      permanently fixed.� If you e-mail us and your message does not go through,
      please notify us by phone, or fax the bounced message to us: P.785-842-5774
      / F.785-842-5796.� Thank you.


      Leonard Peltier Defense Committee
      PO Box 583
      Lawrence, KS 66044
      785-842-5774
      www.freepeltier.org

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      SPREAD THE WORD TO SUPPORT SUNDIATA ACOLI'S RIGHT TO LEGAL COUNSEL!

      Political prisoner Sundiata Acoli was placed in Administrative Segregation
      immediately following the September 11th attack. (see
      http://www.mumia.org/sundiata/ for information about Sundiata.)� Since that
      time he has been held incommunicado and has even been denied any contact
      with his lawyers, a totally unconstitutional state of affairs.� The
      spokesperson for his freedom campaign, Sister Shiriki, has called for a
      fax/phone blitz on his behalf this week (see message below) and Jericho is
      trying to coordinate the West Coast effort which will be Tuesday, October
      9th. People in other parts of the country, please check the day for your
      region's blitz below.

      West Coast people please try and phone or fax both the Bureau of Prisons
      office and the Attorney General's office between the hours of 10 am and 12
      noon on October 9th.� If you are unable to phone/fax at that time do it when
      you can.� It is critical that we let them know that we are aware of the
      situation and that large numbers of people will not accept such violations
      of basic constitutional rights. I have provided a sample letter below but if
      you have time, write your own.� And let me know if you get any notable
      response.� Thanks!

      Diana
      Jericho Amnesty Movement

      <<sundiata letter>>

      October 8, 2001

      Kathleen Hawk Sawyer
      Director, Federal Bureau of Prisons�����
      320 First St. NW
      Washington, D.C. 20534
      202-514-6878 (fax)
      202-307-6300 (phone)


      RE:Sundiata Acoli/Clark Squire #39794-066

      Dear Ms. Sawyer:

      I am extremely concerned about the situation of Sundiata Acoli/Clark Squire
      who has been denied legal calls and legal visits since the September 11th
      attacks.� Immediately following the attacks, Mr. Acoli was placed in
      Administrative Segregation even though he had not committed any disciplinary
      infraction, and since that time he has not been able to contact his
      attorney.� There can be no justification for denying a prisoner the
      constitutionally protected right to legal counsel.� I urge you to
      immediately allow Mr. Acoli to contact his attorney and to release him from
      Administrative Segregation.
      .
      Sincerely,







      Cc: Attorney General John Ashcroft
      U.S. Department of Justice
      950 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
      Washington, D.C.
      Fax: (202) 353-1555
      Phone: (202) 514-5331



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