J.A.I.L. NIGHT RADIO
This evening, Sunday, July
9th, JAIL is scheduled to go on the Allen Raymond Show.
Allen has designated the
second Sunday of each month as "JAIL Night." The program will start at 8:30 pm
California time (adjust your time accordingly) and continue until 11
The guests with Allen Raymond will
be Attorney Patricia Barry and Schantz. Patricia Barry is JAIL's home-based attorney. She is
very aggressive and knows the ropes. She has some thirty years
experience, and is well acquainted with the "dirty tricks" pulled by the
out-of-control judicial system.
Some thirteen years ago she won
a landmark case in the United States Supreme Court. She is a legal bulldog
with principle and dedication. She even attends our street demonstrations
holding up signs like the rest of us.
Schantz is a columnist with the Lewis County News in Washington
State, and is also a co-leader in Washington State JAIL. His wisdom comes
through in all his writings. He has had considerable experience on the air
which has resulted in the board being fully lit by the listening audience. We
are certainly looking forward to what Schantz
has to present to us.
This is a listener
call-in program, and you may ask questions of either of the guests by
You may tune in to listen
reaches the entire U.S.
We ask that everyone
listen, and particularly all of our JAIL leaders across the country.
1. Make sure you have
a media player installed.
You may install Real Player or Winamp. If you already
have Real Player, Winamp requires
that you uninstall Real Player before installing WinAmp. After you down load either program from the net, you have to install
it. Go to Windows Explorer.
Click on Start, Settings, Control
Panel, Add/Remove a Program. Look over your
installed software components. You should
see a listing for RealPlayer or WinAmp. Make sure one or the other
is installed. (Installation is required to
operate). To do this, run the installation
setup file that the players come with. It is
ordinarily a self executing program that will unzip (self-expand) the file. To
do this click on the RealPlayer or WinAmp file. A window will open showing it