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  • james m nordlund
    [Fwd: FW: Medical Alert: Update] Hi--Hope you can act on this NOW. Blessings & strength--we ll be needing plenty of both. /Harvey PS: Please CC me your emails
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 5 7:00 PM
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      [Fwd: FW: Medical Alert: Update]
      Hi--Hope you can act on this NOW. Blessings & strength--we'll be
      needing plenty of both. /Harvey

      PS: Please CC me your emails to Warden Bledsoe etc at
      harveyarden@...

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      URL: http://www.whoisleonardpeltier.info
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      - Please Post Widely -

      Dear Friends and Supporters,

      First, Leonard and I want to thank you for the outpouring of support.
      With
      your help, we're hopeful that Leonard will receive proper medical
      care from
      prison authorities.

      Within the last several days, Leonard has finally been able to see a
      doctor.
      Together, they discussed Leonard's care and reviewed his medications
      and
      such. However, the issue of the diabetes testing kit remains.

      Citing security reasons, U.S. Penitentiary-Lewisburg will not allow
      Leonard
      to have a diabetes testing kit in his cell. But Leonard is not
      asking that
      he be allowed to have a kit in his cell. Often, when he goes to the
      infirmary, there is no one there to help him and he has to keep
      returning to
      the infirmary until he's able to speak with medical personnel. The
      infirmary has a "general" kit, too. It's used by other prisoners and
      due to
      the embedded memory in the monitor, Leonard could be getting false
      readings.
      We're asking that Leonard be allowed to have his own kit at the
      pharmacy for
      accurate readings, as well as easy and regular access. In this way,
      he'll
      be able to test himself three or four times a day and hopefully
      achieve a
      balanced blood glucose level.

      Please continue to urge prison authorities to provide Leonard with a
      diabetes test kit so that he can control his diabetes. We also want
      to see
      to it that Leonard receives diabetic shoes that will help him with his
      diabetes-related foot problems. If the prison cannot provide such
      things,
      the family will work with an approved medical supply company to see
      to it
      that Leonard gets what he needs.

      All supporters are requested to continue to contact:

      Warden Bledsoe
      USP Lewisburg
      US Penitentiary
      2400 Robert F. Miller Drive
      Lewisburg, PA 17837
      Phone: 570-523-1251
      Fax: 570-522-7745
      E-mail: lew/execassistant@...

      Also contact:

      D. Scott Dodrill, Regional Director
      Northeast Regional Office
      US Custom House
      2nd & Chesnut Street
      Philadelphia, PA 19106
      Phone: 215-521-7301
      E-mail: nero/execassistant@...

      Harley G. Lappin, Director
      Federal Bureau of Prisons
      320 First Street., NW
      Washington, DC 20534
      Phone: 202-307-3198

      Thank you for your concern.

      Betty Ann Peltier Solano
      Coordinator
      Leonard Peltier Defense Offense Committee PO Box 7488, Fargo, ND 58106
      Phone: 701/235-2206
      E-mail: contact@...
      Web: www.whoisleonardpeltier.info
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      Amnesty International considers Leonard Peltier a "political
      prisoner" who
      should be "immediately and unconditionally released." Leonard
      Peltier, now a
      great-grandfather, is a citizen of the Anishinabe and Dakota/Lakota
      Nations
      and a tireless advocate for Indigenous Rights. A participant in the
      American Indian Movement, he went to assist the Oglala Lakota people
      on the
      Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in the mid-1970s where, on June 26,
      1975, a
      tragic shoot out occurred. He was wrongfully convicted in the deaths
      of two
      agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and has been illegally
      incarcerated since 1976. Federal prosecutors have twice admitted
      before the
      Courts of Appeal that they don't know who fired the fatal shots. The
      government also has admitted that it isn't known what role Leonard
      Peltier
      "may have played" in the incident.
      Since his politically motivated prosecution and conviction, proof of
      fabricated and suppressed evidence, as well as coerced testimony, has
      been
      uncovered. The Courts of Appeal have repeatedly acknowledged
      investigative
      and prosecutorial misconduct in this case, but have failed to take
      corrective action. A model prisoner, Leonard continues to maintain his
      innocence and has consequently been denied fair consideration for
      parole.
      Join with numerous internationally recognized human rights
      organizations,
      civil rights leaders, celebrities and other luminaries who have
      called for
      the immediate release of Leonard Peltier. Visit
      www.whoisleonardpeltier.info.







      15th Protecting Mother Earth Conference - Western Shoshone territory
      If you are planning on attending the Protecting Mother Earth
      conference this summer and plan on flying out – please book your
      tickets now – flight prices are supposed to increase substantially in
      the next week or so. Thank you and hope to see you soon!


      15th Protecting Mother Earth Conference
      July 17-20, 2008
      "Enough is enough. This earth is our mother. If we keep on
      contaminating her and abusing her where are we going to go?
      Everything should come to a standstill and we should take a look at
      ourselves and what we are doing to the earth.
      Carrie Dann
      Western Shoshone Grandmother

      As Western Shoshone, we are honored to welcome our brothers and
      sisters from around the world to our beautiful homeland, share with
      you our struggle, and learn about your struggles and strong works in
      your own homelands. This conference will be an important opportunity
      for Indigenous peoples and our allies to come together in a good way
      to strengthen our solidarity and find ways to work together to
      protect our Mother Earth for all life. We look forward to seeing you
      soon!
      Thank you,
      Larson Bill
      Western Shoshone Defense Project



      "ANSWERING MOTHER EARTHS CALL FOR HEALING REAFFIRMING OUR ROOTS"
      July 17-20th, 2008

      Newe Sogobe (Western Shoshone) Territories

      Located at the (So Ho Bee) South Fork Pow-Wow Grounds in Lee, Nevada
      (approximately 22 miles South of Elko, Nevada)

      Traditional Gathering – Sacred Fire, Sweats, Camping Style, Circle
      Talks - Meals provided, bring your own reusable eating utensils.
      Donations welcomed at the entrance, but not required, please leave
      dogs and pets home.

      Click Here to Signup for the conference online.

      Véase abajo para Versión española

      For more information, contact:

      Simone Senogles, IEN, (218) 751-4967,
      Email: simone@...

      Larson Bill, WSDP, (775) 744-2595,
      Email: wsdp@...

      For printable flyer and Agenda please check out our website:
      www.ienearth.org



      Topics To Include:
      Traditional L.A.W.S. (Land, Air, Water, Sun); Mineral Extraction,
      Energy, Climate Change, Water; Rescinding the Doctrine of Discovery;
      Food Sovereignty; Un-Doing Colonialism; Youth Activities; Organizing
      and Action Trainings; Indigenous-Based Environmental Protection &
      Ecological Knowledge.

      Hosted by: Western Shoshone Defense Project (WSDP)
      Sponsored by: Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN)

      For assistance in travel or hotel arrangements, contact: JUST TRAVEL
      (775-738-9847)

      There is an AMTRAK Station in Elko, NV - for schedules click here.

      We are able to help coordinate rides for those who wish to rideshare

      Free shuttles are available for those taking the train or flying into
      Elko, NV

      No Alcohol, No Smoking of Marijuana and Illegal Drug Use

      Daycare Available

      Camping available~ Camping is free at the site. Some local host homes
      will also be available (Elders and international guests will be given
      priority)

      Note: Nearest hotel (at your own cost) is 30 miles away from
      conference site.

      Craft/art booths are available for a small fee on a first come first
      serve basis.

      Donations needed: The Indigenous Environmental Network and the
      Western Shoshone Defense Project would like to thank those who have
      donated funding and or volunteer time to the conference. If you have
      not already given and would like to help support the conference we
      are still in need of donated funds to help us bring people in on
      travel scholarships, particularly youth who need travel assistance.
      Donations of frequent flyer tickets are also very welcome!

      Volunteers make the Protecting Mother Earth Conference possible: We
      still need many volunteers!

      Weather~ Gathering place is hot during the day (80's Fahrenheit), and
      chilly (40's Fahrenheit) in the evenings. Be prepared for hiking,
      walking in the water, and being near the mountains.

      This Conference may be photographed or video taped. By submitting
      your registration for the Conference you are consenting to being
      photographed and video taped while attending and for the potential
      use of your image for education and informational purposes.

      For Craft Booths, Rideshare postings, Elko Shuttle, Donations and
      Volunteering, as well as general questions, please contact Simone at
      218-751-4967 or simone@...



      15th Conferencia "Protejiendo a la Tierra Madre"
      Respondiendo a la Llamada de Recuperacion de La Tierra Madre -
      Reafirmado Nuestras Raices.

      Los temas a tratarse incluyen:
      Leyes Tradicionales (relacionadas con la tierra, el aire, el agua y
      el sol);
      Calentamiento Global, Cambio Climático y Energia atravéz de las
      Enseñanzas Indígenas;
      Junta de la Juventud y los Ancianos (personas mayores) de la Tribu;
      Anulando la Doctrina del Descubrimiento. ~

      Chasquido Aquí a Signup para la conferencia en línea.

      Imagen de Chasquido para Ver Escenas de la Conferencia del Año Pasado
      Western Shoshone Defense Project

      Presentado por el Projecto de Defensa Shoshone del Oeste (PDSO)

      Reunion Tradicional: Estilo Acampar
      Territorio Newe Gogobe

      Pour plus de renseignements, contactez :

      Julie Fishel, IEN, 775-744-2595,

      Larson Bill, WSDP, (775) 744-2595,
      Courrier électronique: wsdp@...

      Para asistencia en arreglos de viaje u hospedaje, pongase en contacto
      con JUST TRAVEL (775-738-9847)

      Pronóstico del Tiempo~El lugar de reunión es muy caluroso durante el
      día (80° F/ 27°C) y frío al anochecer (40°F/4.5°C). Esté preparado
      para excursiones a pie (senderismo), caminatas por lugares con agua y
      cerca de montañas.

      Correo electrónico para más información o llamada

      Lugar Disponible para Acampar ~ Usted puede acampar sin costo alguno
      en el terreno donde la conferencia se lleva a cabo. También habra
      algunas casas particulares dispuestas a tomar huespedes (estas darán
      prioridad a las personas ancianas y a los huéspedes internacionales)

      El hotel mas cercano (estos gastos corren por su propia cuenta) está
      a 30 millas (48 Kilómetros) del lugar de la Conferencia.

      Comidas serán proporcionadas. Por favor Traiga Sus Propios Utensilios
      de Comida Reutilizables

      Los alimentos serán proveidos durante la reunion sin cargo adicional
      (gratis)
      Correo electrónico para más información o llamada

      The Indigenous Environmental Network • PO Box 485 • Bemidji • MN •
      56619
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